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Well here is a positive slant.

I just spent my first fiver in RISCOS land for years. I got something I was wanting for ages but was put off by the other emmulator costs. I now have RISCOS (from ROL) on my linux machine.

Now I may not use it much, however I might still have S-base developer kicking around and datapower etc so you may see some database apps written. You may not but this has offered the posibility.

All the best Bob; not just reminiscing but now using RISCOS again

 is a RISC OS Usernijinsky on 15/12/08 9:50AM
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