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February 27, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Quicksilver for Unix, said to be the world’s first dBase language compiler for Unix environments, will be demonstrated at UniForum running under Interactive Systems Corp’s 386/ix – Quicksilver adds windows, graphics, and a range of other functions to the Ashton-Tate Corp version of the dBase language while remaining file and syntax compatible with dBase III Plus: Orinda, California-based WordTech Systems, which introduced its first dBase compiler back in 1984, says it is currently working on versions for Santa Crux Operation Xenix and other Unix versions, and will start shipping in the second quarter.

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