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Using C-Kermit

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by Frank da Cruz & Christine Gianone
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Using C-Kermit by Frank da Cruz & Christine Gianone

An introduction and tutorial as well as a comprehensive reference

Using C-Kermit describes the new release, 5A, of Columbia University's popular C-Kermit communication software - the most portable of all communication software packages. Available at low cost on a variety of magnetic media from Columbia University,
C-Kermit can be used on computers of all sizes - ranging from desktop workstations to minicomputers to mainframes and supercomputers. The numerous examples, illustrations, and tables in Using C-Kermit make the powerful and versatile C-Kermit functions
accessible for new and experienced users alike.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 514
Size: 56.4 MB
Publisher: Digital Press
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781483297347 (DRM-PDF)

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