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October 16, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

Data Generation Inc, Cape Elizabeth, Maine, has released version 3.0 of its Generator cross-system software tool for designing and creating data and files for use in testing new applications, spreadsheets and databases. Version 3.0 comes with 23 new data fill types and runs from a graphical user interface or command line on most versions of Unix, MS-DOS, Windows, Mac, VMS and MVS operating systems. Unix versions cost from $500. The company will release a front-end data generator called DynaScript by the end of the year for reading and sorting external files into databases, priced from $500. Early next year it will unveil a rules-based repository for Unix, for extracting and testing database rules.

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