What's up with xkleten?

From: Frank McConnell <fmc_at_reanimators.org>
Date: Wed Apr 29 00:40:11 1998

"Daniel A. Seagraves" <DSEAGRAV_at_toad.xkl.com> wrote:
> I can't seem to get ahold of it anymore, was it decomissioned or something?

Hmm. Did you find out anything more about this?

I found a copy of _Introduction to DECSYSTEM-20 Assembly Language
Programming_ (by Ralph E. Gorin, 1981, published by Digital Press,
ISBN 0-932376-12-6) and was thinking that this was good timing because
I might actually be able to do the homework on, well, something like a
-10. In my dreams^H^H^H^H^H^Hcopious free time, of course.

Other books found:

_Man and the Computer_, John G. Kemeny, 1972, Scribners,
SBN 684-13043-2

_PCC's Reference Book of Personal and Home Computing_,
Dwight McCabe (ed.), 1977, PCC, ISBN 0-918790-02-6

_Varian Data 620/i System Reference Manual_, Rev C, March 1969

_The BYTE Book of Pascal_, Blaise W. Liffick (ed.), 1979,
BYTE Books, ISBN 0-07-037823-1

_An Introduction to Algorithmic Methods Using the MAD Language_,
Alan B. Marcovitz and Earl J. Schweppe, 1966, Macmillan, LCCN

_The APL Handbook of Techniques_, compiled by DP Scientific Marketing,
1978, IBM S320-5996-0

IBM Proprinter Technical Reference, April 1985, p/n 6328947

_Computer Graphics Techniques and Applications_, R. D. Parslow,
R. W. Prowse, R. Elliot Green (eds.), 1969, Plenum, LCCN 68-58992

_Intel Microcomputer Systems Data Book_, 1977

-Frank McConnell
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