Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 72 / MAY 1986 / PAGE 120

News & Products

True BASIC Prices Reduced
Addison-Wesley has cut its site licensing fee for True BASIC from $5,000 to $1,250 in hopes of attracting more interest from high schools and colleges. In addition, the publisher is introducing True BASIC packages designed for students.
    True BASIC Student's Reference Kit, available for the IBM PC or the Macintosh, includes full-function software and a reference manual for $49.95. True BASIC Student's User Kit, being sold for $41.95, includes the software and user manual.
    True BASIC, a product of John Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz, the original creators of BASIC, features increased speed, multi-line functions, named subroutines, windows, and portability between the Macintosh and IBM PC.
    A student calculus program, Calculus Student's Toolkit, for the Apple II and IBM PC also is available. The $19.95 program assists students in mastering topics such as limits, differentiation, and integration.
    Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Educational Media Systems Division, Reading, MA 01867.
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