Microway

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In 1982 Microway introduced a set of runtime libraries that made it possible to use an 8087 in the original IBM PC. In 1986 NDP Fortran-386 was introduced. It was followed by NDP C in 1987. All NDP compilers were written in Pascal.

Products

  • Mike - A version of MicroEMACS adopted to fit Microway language packages, available as a free download and shipped with the NDP Tools package.
  • NDP C/C++
  • NDP Fortran
  • NDP Fortran-Pentium Compiler for OS/2
  • NDP OS/2 Developers Pack (includes NDP Compiler and IBM OS/2 Toolkit)
  • NDP Pascal
  • NDP Tools - Optional tools package

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