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Developing International Software / Dr. International-- 2nd ed. p. cm. Includes index. Rev. Ed of: Developing international software for Windows 95 and Windows NT/ Nadine Kano, c1995. ISBN 0-7356-1583-7 1. Computer software--Development. 2. Microsoft Windows (Computer file) I. Kano, Nadine, 1968- Developing international software for Windows 95 and Windows NT. II. Dr. International (Group) III. Microsoft Corporation. QA76.76.D47 D479 2002 005.1--dc21 2002070303
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