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Topic: FS: Spyglass & FORTRAN for Mac
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Ken Davis

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FS: Spyglass & FORTRAN for Mac
Posted: Oct 15, 1996 1:13 PM
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I am looking to sell the newest version of Fortner's (www.fortner.com)
LS FORTRAN Pro for the Power Macintosh. It is on a CD-ROM containing LS
FORTRAN 1.2 for Power Mac, MPW 3.4, Math 77 (Source Library), Source
Code Analyzer, and HDF Libraries. This will be a sealed version. I have
an old version which I can upgrade and I will get the upgrade and send
it to you. Upon receipt of a check, I can either pick up the software (I
live near Sterling, VA) or I can have them ship it directly to you. This
will minimize delays. If you prefer, I can sell you my old version for
$100. In either case, I will be happy to include the old version for
just the cost of shipping. (It has a few heavy manuals.)

The retail price for this software is $695. Even with the special
promotion at Fortner, the price for this package is $499. I am asking
$300.

For an additional $25, I can include Numerical Recipes in FORTRAN,
Second Edition, both the book and the Mac source code disk.

Fortner also sells (formerly Spyglass) Plot, Transform, and Slicer.
I have old versions of these so I can also sell them at special prices.
The total retail price of these packages is $1585. The current
promotional price is $599 I will sell all three, in current versions (I
will upgrade) for $450.

I no longer have any use for this software and I am anxious to sell it.
Let me know by e-mail if you are interested

- Ken





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