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Product: ISE Eiffel Student & Personal Edition

Whether you're a student, an educator, or just someone who likes to program for personal (non-commercial) use, you can buy this seamless object-oriented programming environment at a special low price! No proof of student status is required.

For system requirements and more detailed Information: Click Here
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Ordering Information:
Retail Price: US$ 295.00
Manufacturer: ISE
Category: ProgDB
Shipping Weight: 5 lbs
Dimensions: 8" x 9.1" x 2.75"
ISBN-Code: None

Our Price: US$ 99.00
Part#: 00367
Item Code: None
Version: 3.3.7
Classification: D
UPC-Code: TBD

Note: This special price is for non-commercial users only. If you will be using Eiffel for business, please see the ISE Eiffel main page.

To Order by Phone: Call 1-800-234-7813 or 1-303-693-3321, 8am-5pm MDT.
We accept all major credit cards, and offer a 30 Day money back guarantee.
To Order by Fax or Mail: Print this page, and fax it to 1-303-699-2793 or mail it with full information (see below) to:
WorkGroup Solutions, Inc, PO Box 460190, Aurora, CO 80046-0190
Orders also accepted via E-Mail at sales@wgs.com
Important: For more specific and complete ordering information Click Here,

Copyright 1996 by WorkGroup Solutions, Inc. - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED


Product: ISE Eiffel Student & Personal Edition, Further Information

System Requirements:

For system requirements, please see the ISE Eiffel main page.

Further Information:

ISE Eiffel consists of 14 components, which are described in the separate page ISE Eiffel Components.

For additional details, see Frequently Asked Questions about Eiffel and the ISE Eiffel main page.


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Customs Information for this item:
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C01: 1 CD US$ 2.00
C02: 4 book US$ 5.00
C03: 1 Intellectual
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