Ms Dos

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Embarcadero Delphi - Versions
... Pascal, very fast 16-bit native-code MS-DOS compilers with their own sophisticated integrated development environment (IDE) and textual user interface ... Early Turbo Pascal (for MS-DOS) was written in a dialect of the Pascal programming language in later versions support for objects was added, and it was named Object Pascal ... New features included support for MS Build and enhancements to the Visual Component Library for Windows Vista, but the C#Builder feature was dropped in this release as sales where not as high as expected due to ...
Cross-compilers - Microsoft C Cross Compilers - Early 1990s
... Mixed language compatibility remained through MSC 6 on the MS DOS side, but the API for Microsoft Windows 3.0 and 3.1 was written in MSC 6 ... binding (dynamic linking) rather than the static binding that was favoured in monolithic 16 bit MS DOS applications ... MS DOS support was still provided with the release of Microsoft's first C++ Compiler, MSC 7, which was backwardly compatible with the C programming language and MS DOS and supported both 16 bit and 32 ...
APC III
... could be increased to 20 MB (but no higher) after upgrading to MS-DOS 3.1 ... Shipped standard with MS-DOS 2.11, other operating systems were available, such as the Unix derivative, PC-UX ... Later, MS DOS 3.1 was released for the APC ...
Computer Russification - History of The MS-DOS Russification
... The first official Russification of MS DOS was carried out for MS-DOS 4.01 ... In Microsoft, the Russification project manager and one of its main developers was Nickolay Lyubovny (Николай Любовный) ...
History Of Microsoft Windows - Windows 1.0 and Windows 2.0
... rather an "operating environment" that extended MS-DOS, and shared the latter's inherent flaws and problems ... It also included the MS-DOS Executive and a game called Reversi ... They could be run from MS-DOS, executing Windows for the duration of their activity, and closing down Windows upon exit ...

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