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Issue No. 02 - March/April (1989 vol. 6)
ISSN: 0740-7459
pp: 100-103
<p>The authors evaluated six C++ environments: three for MS-DOS PCs, and three for mini and mainframe Unix systems. They tested the MS-DOS products-Advantage C++ Version 1.2 (beta2a), Guidelines C++ Version 1.2, and Zortech C++ Version 1.05-on an 8-MHz, 80286-based PC with a 44-Mbyte hard disk but with no math coprocessor. They tested Oregon C++ Version 1.1C on a Sun-3 running SunOS 3.5; GNU C++ on a Sequent Balance 21000 running Dynix 3.0; and AT&T C++ on the Sequent, the Sun, and on a Digital Equipment Corp. MicroVAX II running Unix 4.3 BSD. They believe, based on the results of their study, that C++ will be the dominant object-oriented language that industry uses for serious software development.</p>
C++environments; MS-DOS; Unix; Advantage C++ Version 1.2; Guidelines C++ Version 1.2; Zortech C++ Version 1.05; Oregon C++ Version 1.1C; Sun-3; SunOS 3.5; GNU C++; Sequent Balance 21000; Dynix 3.0; AT&T C++; Sequent; MicroVAX II; Unix 4.3 BSD; object-oriented language; C language; object-oriented programming; program compilers; programming environments
"An Objective Look at C++ Environments", IEEE Software, vol. 6, no. , pp. 100-103, March/April 1989, doi:10.1109/MS.1989.10011
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