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A significant new version of Command Technology Corp's SPF/PC text editor now provides IBM mainframe users a seamless migration to the micro environment - that's what the Oakland, California company says, anyway: it says that without having to learn a new program, SPF/PC 2.0 users can now edit on an MS-DOS machine the same way they edit on the mainframe; resulting ASCII files are fully transportable between micro and mainframe, SPF/PC 2.0 is functionally equivalent to the text editing capabilities of ISPF/PDF 2.2 under MVS, and general enhancements include true split screen, directory lists, command stacking, picture strings, 43-line-EGA and 50-line-VGA support, binary file editing, no prices were given.
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