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On Tuesday April 19, 2016 Owd-Larrd said:
The DisplayWriter systems used to literally have Lead in them, to held stabilise them as the printer shuttle moved so heavily :)
To add, this is gold, been looking for this for some time for old personal IBM DisplayWrite 4, that we ran under Fixed Disk Organiser (before Win of course).
EBCDIC on the .doc extension was Enhanced Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code (testing the fading memory there)
On Wednesday July 23, 2008 guest (guest) said:
This is an IBM word processing program that I used in the 90s (and possibly before).
On Friday August 17, 2007 Troll Hard (guest) said:
IBM made a precursor to the IBM PC called the IBM DisplayWrite system. It was a word processor system that communicated with Mainframes and used 8 inch floppy disks to store documents on them. This is the port of the DisplayWrite software to DOS.
On Friday June 29, 2007 guest (guest) said:
Legacy non WYSIWYG wordprocessor doc extension files were EBCIDEC coded and portable between PCs and IBM mainframes
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