TIM> Well, as I understand it (and I heard it from Lotus), Ami
TIM> and 123 are both going to be completely native 32-bit apps.
TIM> because they use Borland C/C++ to do the development. I don't
TIM> about the rest of their products, though.
Interesting. I wonder why 1-2-3 has references to IBM C Set/2
libraries inside its executables? Perhaps it could be because it was
NOT done with Borland C/C++ for OS/2 but instead IBM C Set/2?
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