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January 24, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Digital Information Systems Corp has launched a set of utilities for its portable version of the DEC Dibol business language that runs under MS-DOS, Novell’s Netware, RSX, VMS as well as Unix and Xenix: called DBL Synergy, it to date only includes windows allowing portability among operating systems; field definitions that simplify menu selections; multiple window displays; a tutor; save and restore programs; and prototyping utilities; Digital Information intends to implement a data dictionary, an interface to relational databases, a report generator, and a make utility.

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