The Language List on the World Wide Web 
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 The Language List on the World Wide Web

An HTTP server has been installed at the Centre Universitaire d'Informatique
of the University of Geneva.  Information about various research groups at
the CUI is available, as well as a number of other experimental services.

The Object Systems group at CUI is providing a number of pointers to
Object-Oriented Information Sources available on the World Wide Web.
The page containing these sources is accessible from the CUI home page.
The URL is: http://www.*-*-*.com/

Included is an HTML version of The Language List (split into pieces
according to topics, and providing a master index by language name).
The organisation is not perfect -- suggestions for improvements are welcome!

You must have a WWW browser to access the information.  If you do not have
a browser, you should obtain, for example, the xmosaic browser from:
ftp.ncsa.uiuc.edu:Web/xmosaic or info.cern.ch:pub/www.

Oscar Nierstrasz

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        Tel: +41 22 705.7664    Secr: 705.7770    Fax: 320.2927

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Tue, 12 Dec 1995 20:57:46 GMT  
 
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