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Our products exist of 100 percent of pure ANSI C Source!
On top you see 3 photos which show the famous Apple toaster.
The computer stands absolutely silently on the desk.
You briefly wave the hand over the device and the display switches on itself.
Before you leave the office, run your hand briefly again over the toaster and the computer switches to standby.
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ARCAD for Macintosh OSX 10.5 leopard / 10.6 snow leopard
ARCAD is now available in the new version 2009-1 also for Apple Macintosh PPC/Intel.
Due to the consistent use of the gcc/gnu of C compiler ARCAD is on many machines portable.
ARCAD OSX spoils you with the interface and the comfort of an Apple Macintosh Computer.
The shown picture shows the new version of ARCAD MacOSX.
Order a complete licence ARCAD-OSX now to *Apple*price.
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Our complete products are ready for use for LINUX as well as for Apple Macintosh OSX.
We use the development system TUXBASE which is available for Linux and Macintosh.
The development system TUXBASE has been created in our company and obtainable as a source.
Therefore, our programs are future-proof.
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All display photos come from an Apple Cube with the operating system OSX 10.48.
The Apple Cube is a nearly silent computer which is very quick by its internal architecture.
Besides, the central processing unit has only 450 MHz.
Also the main memory is not very big for today's standards.
In spite of all. all programs operate fast and reliable.
The modern operating system MAC OSX tiger (10.4th series) runs perfectly.
Little-Endian and Big-Endian Intel and POWERPC
Extract from Wikipedia:
'The term endianness alludes to what was described in Gullivers Travels between the two factions of the Big-Endians, who preferred cracking open their soft boiled eggs from the big, and the Little-Endians who preferred the little.'
Data are saved in different formats.
The Intel world prefers the saving of values from the right to the left.
The Macintosh world (PPC) prefers the saving of values from the left to the right.
Therefore, the drawings which are on the hard disk and also all libraries are not just like that convertible between these worlds.
A common standard must be created which behaves neutrally.
You want to use your drawings not only on one of both architectures, but on both.
Besides, you want to use your existing drawings further.
ARCAD generates neutral files!
That is why you are not stuck in one of these computer worlds with ARCAD.
The display photo shows a drawing which was created in 1999 on an Intel i386er machine.
As you see, this drawing on Apple Macintosh lets itself easily make of further use.