The Antiquarian Micro



Of Foreign Languages, Graphic and Otherwise

When I wrote my first column last autumn, I had intended next to consider the subject of database programs suitable for the kind of text-intensive work characteristic of Special Collections departments. However, I am in the midst of evaluating some interesting programs in this category, and will wait to report on them, and the subject in general, until my next column.

I have, however, received some queries about the use of foreign language characters on DOS-based microcomputers, and the related issues of graphics standards. While in theory the microcomputer ought to have freed one . . .

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