Re: [midatlanticretro] looking for MS-Fortran (early)
- Chris, I used Yahoo search and entered: MS Fortran, then clicked on SEARXHThe first numbered item on the result was a complete discri[tion of every version of MS Fortran, and more. I tried to find it with Google, without any luckRay Borill
Chris M <chrism3667@...> wrote:
BOYD BORRILL <b.r.borrill@...> wrote:Hi;I don't remember a MS Fortran, although that doesn't mean much,, but Cromrmco had a very good Fortran compiler written for the Z80, if that is any help.Ray BorrillThere were many versions from Microsoft. When Computer Factory went out of business about 1990, they had a big clearance sale in Middletown, NY. Why I ramble on about this stuff, I don't know. There was a boxed version there for 100 bucks, but I said no way. I think it was version 5.x.I'll bet there's a Fortran history page somewhere on the net (I should know by now you'd think!). If not, it would be an interesting undertaking.
...so there is hope...
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