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Actor Professional (V.4.1)
    Actor Professional (V.4.1)
      Windows 3.X
      Windows 3.X
    Object-oriented programming package. Includes database-independent
    SQL class libraries and related DLLs that enable developers to build
    Windows applications that access data from dBase, Paradox, Excel SQL
    Server, DB2 and OS/2 Database Manager files.- 
    Complete class library for windowing, graphics and data management.
    Integrated programming environment runs under MS Windows giving
    ability to write, test and debug code. Provides automatic memory
    swapping. Creates applications with 1MB static and 1MB dynamic
    memory. Accesses up to 16MB of Windows memory. LRU algorithm swaps
    code and static object to disk. No source code changes required.
    Runs in protected and real modes. Allows for a maximum of 16,384
    objects. Integrated environment provides incremental compiler and
    interactive code development, testing and debugging. Includes source
    code browsers for code editing and object inspectors for debugging.
    Unlimited number of Windows may be opened. Provides C and Pascal-like
    syntax statements. Supports inheritance and polymorphism, automatic
    memory management, and global, local, instance and class variables.
    Dynamic, static and ancestor binding of messages. Class libraries
    include ObjectWindows, Windows, dialog boxes, menus, buttons, list
    boxes and scroll bars. Provides rectangles, circles, points, lines,
    collections, flexible arrays, stacks, queues, sets, bags and lookup
    tables. Supports complete text and bitmap printing. External routines
    call any dynamic linkable library in C, Pascal or assembler. Provides
    user-defined primitives in C or assembler. Uses C structure for
    communicating with external routines. Supports DOS, ROM BIOS and
    interrupt based routines.
      object-oriented technology