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TURBO Pascal [message #112327] Mon, 16 September 2013 13:42
Jerry E. Pournelle is currently offline  Jerry E. Pournelle
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Date: Fri, 11-Jan-85 04:32:46 EST
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I think you hear wrong...
    Date: Wed 9 Jan 85 16:32:57-EST
    From: Walt Lamia 
    To:   Lee.Sailer at CMU-CS-C.ARPA, info-cpm at AMSAA.ARPA
    Re:   TURBO Pascal
    UUCP: {allegra,ucbvax,decvax,ihnp4}!decwrl!lamia@DEC-Marlboro.ARPA

    No, but I *hear* that Turbo was actually written in Sweden, and is sold
    in Europe as COMPAS Pascal.  I think Phillipe Kahn is >just< (:-)
    a smart, savvy, marketeer who knows a good thing when he sees it.

    No, I have no rumors about the reputed Turbo C or Turbo Modula, or where
    they're being done.  How 'bout you, out there?


    Opinions are my own, but I might deny every saying them if asked.
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