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May 13, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Hitachi wants more Japanese software developers to write programs for its B16 series personal computers and later this month will release three development packages, the Hi-OE series: Hi-Window puts up to 15 windows, uses only 40Kb and can be controlled using Basic; Hi-ISAM is a data retrieval package with separate data and tree-structure indexes; and Hi-Help uses windows to display help instructions. Hi-Window will cost $215; Hi-ISAM will be $343; and Hi-Help $143.

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