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BORLAND HAS NEW MS-DOS-BASED DEVELOPER’S TOOLS

New MS-DOS-based developer’s tools from Borland International Inc include upgrades to Turbo Pascal and Turbo C with new runtime library source packages: they can both be bought bundled in with Borland’s new Turbo Assembler and Debugger package – the Assembler was used to write Turbo Pascal and the Scotts Valley firm’s Quattro spreadsheet – for $250, or separately for $150.

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