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February 17, 1987

QING KA UNIVERSITY TAKES DELIVERY OF C LANGUAGE PROCESSOR AND STATISTICS AND MATHEMATICS LIBRARY FROM FUJITSU

By CBR Staff Writer

They even speak C in China these days, and Qing Ka University has taken delivery of a C language processor and a statistics and mathematics library from Fujitsu for its M-series mainframe computer: Fujitsu has been working with the university since 1982 to modifying its workstations for the Chinese language, and developing a Chinese language input system; even the Japanese are getting lazy about foreign languages, and so few Fujitsu people speak Chinese that Qing Ka personnel have had to be brought to Fujitsu’s software laboratory in Numazu to work on the company’s Chinese-Japanese machine translation project.

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