...still looking for MS-Fortran for ANY DOS puter
dieymir at yahoo.es
Sun Jul 24 13:21:44 CDT 2005
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> Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2005 00:00:09 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Chris M <chrism3667 at yahoo.com>
> Subject: Re: ...still looking for MS-Fortran for ANY DOS puter
> To: cctech at classiccmp.org
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> are you the site administrator or something??? An
> offer to buy or trade would not have been ruled out.
> The COBOL compiler I mentioned was bought dopey
> person, with manuals, for 5 bucks. I mentioned the
> Borland Museum because I like passing on a hot tip
> once in a while, ummm like yourself (who isnt aware of
> e donkey?). But I dont feel the need to issue
> --- cctech-bounces at classiccmp.org
> <holger.veit at ais.fraunhofer.de> wrote:
> > Chris M wrote:
> > >I may have posted this request...plea...on cctech
> > >time ago. I've been looking for an early Microsoft
> > >Fortran compiler for eons. Vanilla DOS version
> > >be fine, but for something exotic like the Tandy
> > >or Zenith Z-100 would be exquisite. I was fortunate
> > >obtain, oo, MS-COBOL recently, and to my amazement
> > >managed to WinImage the disks. Version 2.0 or
> > >something.
> > > If any of you weren't aware, the earliest versions
> > >Turbo Pascal and Turbo C are available for download
> > >the Borland Museum.
Ssssh... is this what are you looking for:
I really don't think that sharing this *old* stuff harms M$ bussiness.
Hope this helps.
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