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CalcStar is a spreadsheet from MicroPro, somewhat like VisiCalc but using commands similar to WordStar. You can also format content similar to WordStar. It was available for CP/M and DOS, and often part of early 80s system's bundled software.


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Digital Research CBASIC is a BASIC implementation that "compiles" basic code in to interpreted byte code that is run using a royalty-free runtime. BASIC source code is not needed to run a program. CBASIC was a popular programming language under CP/M. There were also versions for MS-DOS. MBASIC's rounding errors that were sometimes troublesome for accounting. machine code. Later versions also included support for GSX graphics extensions.


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Concurrent CPM-86 is a multitasking version of CP/M that evolved from Digital Researches' earlier multitasking MP/M product. A seperate add-on was available for 3.1 that added DOS compatiblity. This was integrated in to the product and it was renamed to Concurrent DOS.


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Originally an optional module for Concurrent CP/M-86 3.1, this version of Digital Research's CP/M provided basic compatibility with PC-DOS in 1983. Simple DOS applications that did not require hardware access can be ran on this. A stripped down single tasking version was released as DOS Plus and later DR-DOS.


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CP/M-86 is a port of Digital Research's CP/M operating system to the Intel 8088/8086. The earlier CP/M-80 was extremely popular on 8080/Z80 microcomputers.


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CP/M-80, from Digital Research, was a popular operating system for 8080 and Z80 microcomputers. Each release was customized by OEMs specifically for their hardware.


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This is a tutorial program included with DEC Rainbow computers. The DEC Rainbow is a non-IBM compatible MS-DOS computer. This program is for the CP/M-86 operating system.


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Hard disk diagnostics and utilities for the DEC Rainbow computer. The DEC Rainbow is a non-IBM compatible MS-DOS computer. This program is for the CP/M-86 operating system.


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Digital Research C is a compiler developed for use with Digital Research's CP/M systems. It was also ported to DOS.


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PL/I is a programming language oriented towards scientific and business programming. Digital Research provided implementations for their CP/M operating system as well as MS-DOS.


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DR Draw is a shape-based drawing program that uses Digital Research's GSX graphics library, making it portable across CP/M and DOS architectures with different video systems.


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DR Graph is a business graphics creation program. It can create line, bar, pie, and scatter graphs and print them on a graphics printer. DR Graph is implemented using Digital Research's GSX graphics library, and can run on many different platforms.


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GraphPlan, from Chang Labs, is an integrated spreadsheet/business graphics package that turns numbers into presentation-quality graphics - instantly. Historically important as being among the early "integrated" spreadsheet/graphing packages, and it uses Digital Research's GSX, a core graphics system that evolved in to GEM.


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Graphstation, from Signature Information Systems, is a graphing application for making business presentations.


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InfoStar, by MicroPro, a business-application- development system designed specifically for nonprogrammers, provides easy-to-use on-screen menus that guide users through each step of data entry-form design and detailed report generation. within the report and allows users to incorporate data from multiple files. Other features include a form generator and a sorting facility.


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Although Microsoft did not invent BASIC, their founding product was a BASIC interpreter for the Altair computer. The descendants below includes Microsoft's BASIC-80 (MBASIC), BASIC-86 (pre-GWBasic), BASIC for Mac, BASIC Compiler 86/88, Basic Compiler for Mac, and Professional Development System 7.x. IBM Personal Computer Basic Compiler, GW-BASIC, QuickBasic, and Visual Basic are listed separately.


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Cobol is a high level language designed for use in business that uses English-like commands. Microsoft got its early start by producing language products such as this one. Their other early language products included Microsoft Fortran, Microsoft Pascal, Microsoft Basic, and Macro Assembler. This product was also licensed to IBM as IBM Cobol Compiler.


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This is Microsoft's implementation of the FORTRAN scientific-oriented high level programming language. It was one of their early core languages developed for the 8-bit computers and later brought to the 8086 and IBM PC. For the IBM OEM version, see the IBM Fortran Compiler. In 1993 Microsoft rebranded the product as Microsoft Fortran Powerstation. (Note: -80 refers to the 8080/Z80 platform, not the language specification version)


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Multi-Programming Monitor Control Program (MP/M) was a multi-user version of CP/M created in 1979. It could run on 8080 or Z80 based computers. Eventually it was ported to the 8086 and was named MP/M-86. It eventually assimilated technology from CP/M-86 and became Concurrent CP/M-86, later evolving into Concurrent DOS.


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OPTune is a disk optimizer, file system repair tool, and disk tester. It also includes an tool that can change the low-level format sector interleave on MFM/RLL drives, similar to Spinrite.


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Pascal/MT+ is an ISO 7185 compatible Pascal compiler sold by Digital Research as part of their CP/M product line. There were versions for CP/M-80, CP/M-68k, CP/M-86, and MS-DOS.


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Peachtree Mailing List Manager, from Peachtree Software Incorporated, is a mailing list manager included with Peachtree software bundles.


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The Select Word Processor, from SELECT Information Systems, Inc., is a word processor for generic CP/M-80 based systems. There were also versions for MS-DOS and CP/M-86.


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Spellbinder, from Lexisoft and later Ltec Inc, is a word processing program originally created for CP/M and OASIS operating systems and eventually competed with WordStar. It was designed as a work-alike of the NBI Word Processing system and featured spell checking, grammar checking, footnotes, two-column print, proportional printing, and macro programming language. It was bundled with machines from Eagle Computers, Hewlett-Packard, and Xerox.


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SuperCalc was a spreadsheet application published by Sorcim in 1980, and originally bundled (along with WordStar) as part of the CP/M software package included with the Osborne 1 portable computer. It quickly became the de facto standard spreadsheet for CP/M and was ported to MS-DOS in 1982. It competed against spreadsheets such as VisiCalc, Multiplan. and Lotus 1-2-3.