2-Июн-2005 22:12 [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Aitor Santamarэa Merino) wrote to

ASM> because I was too young when I first saw it to know what it was about.
ASM> It was called SideKick, and seemingly it was a TSR by which you could
ASM> open a calculator (perhaps a text viewer?). Someone heard about SideKick?

     Yes. Borland SideKick was (1984-85) one of the first TSR under DOS.
This was PIM (personal information manager), which includes ASCII table,
calendar, calculator, notepad and dialer. And all of this 39515 bytes of
unpacked code (+53k of .hlp file).

PS: If you wish, I may send you .rar archive (42k) with this program.

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