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MetaCard

A commercial human interface and hypertext system for Unix and the X Window System, similar to Hypercard.
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According to the survey compiled by Paul Walsh of family-friendly web product specialist Metacard, more than 187 million pages of web porn are hosted in Holland, even though the population is just 17 million.
4 version of MetaCard, the award-winning cross-platform application development and multimedia authoring tool, adds support for Mac OS X to the platforms supported in previous releases: Windows 3.
As has been the case with all versions of MetaCard since version 1.
The entire IDE is built using only standard MetaCard features, which not only demonstrates the power of the MetaCard, but also provides something not available with other tools: you can change any aspect of the development environment to make it suit your needs.
The Macintosh version includes MetaCard, a hypercard application for browsing the Metathesaurus (Sherertz et al.
1990) used MetaCard to permit a searcher to identify concepts in Meta, post them to a clipboard, and then incorporate them in a search of MEDLINE.
MetaCard software is not available in the United States.
Alex Groenendyk, President, Fiserv CBS Worldwide, said credit cards represent a significant revenue opportunity for financial institutions, and MetaCard offers a cost-effective way to help those institutions capture that market.
MetaCard has a fully functional development environment on all platforms and doesn't rely on limited-function "players".
The entire IDE is built using only standard MetaCard features, which not only demonstrates the power of the MetaCard, but also provides something not available in any other tool: you can change any aspect of the development environment to make it suit your needs.
The MetaCard, provided by Reston, VA-based Giesecke & Devrient America, is a multi-application smart card that will serve more than 650,000 Mexican workers by the year 2001.
The MetaCard, which uses G&D's STARCOS(R) multi-application operating system, provides discrete electronic purses for pay, coupons, and stored information applications such as loyalty and demographic marketing.