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==Products==
 
==Products==
 
* [[Lattice C]]
 
* [[Lattice C]]
* [[Lattice CodePRobe]] - Commercial
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* [[Lattice CodePRobe]]
 
* [[Lattice Comm Library]]
 
* [[Lattice Comm Library]]
 
* [[Lattice dBC III]] - database library
 
* [[Lattice dBC III]] - database library
* [[Lattice DFE/DFU]] - Commercial
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* [[Lattice DFE/DFU]]
* [[Lattice RPG II]] - Commercial
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* [[Lattice RPG II]]
* Lattice RPG 400D - Commercial
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* Lattice RPG 400D
* Lattice RPG 400W - Commercial
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* Lattice RPG 400W
* [[Panel Plus II|Panel]] - Commercial
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* [[Panel Plus II|Panel]]
 
* Unicalc Spreadsheet
 
* Unicalc Spreadsheet
  
 
[[Category:Companies]]
 
[[Category:Companies]]

Latest revision as of 21:14, 26 March 2020

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A company based in Wheaton, IL/Lombard, IL that made development tools for CP/M and DOS systems. The company delivered the first C compiler for the IBM PC in 1982 and remained one of the bigger providers of DOS C compilers throughout the 80s, adding support for OS/2 in 1988. The company also offered a cross compilers that targeted 68000 and Z80 processors and both had at the least rudimentary target support for CP/M. Lattice became quite well known as a name on C development systems for the Atari ST and Amiga computers and to a lesser degree Unix systems and DEC VAX computers, but these were actually third party ports and not made or sold by the Lattice company itself.

The company also licensed the DOS compiler itself to a number of third parties, the first few versions of the Microsoft C compiler were actually Lattice C with a few MS add-ons.

Lattice later turned their attention towards the healthcare market and in particular the development of software for handhelds, they let the development products languish although the company continued to sell and support them to some degree as late as 2010.

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