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What is DOS?

-Bill Allen

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> From: JOHN HUBERT <John.Hubert(--nospam--at)LRB01.usace.army.mil>
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> Subject: Re: computer program
> Date: Monday, July 28, 1997 9:41 AM
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>      The Corps of Engineers has a number of structural programs available

>      through their Waterways Experimentation Station in Vicksburg, MS.  I

>      believe that these are public domain, with the user having only to 
>      provide the disks.  These programs are generally DOS based and
written 
>      in FORTRAN.  One of the many programs available is CORTCUL, program 
>      number X0024, "Design of Reinforced Concrete Orthogonal 
>      Culvert/Conduit".  Contact Gloria Nayler at 601-634-2581 to obtain 
>      more information on how to obtain the programs.
>      
>      John Hubert
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> Subject: computer program
> Author:  dnae(--nospam--at)earthlink.net at Internet
> Date:    7/24/97 3:05 
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> Hi everyone :
>                    I'm looking for  computer program to design culvert 
>                    under ground  with surcharge from cars and truks
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>                   thanks  for the information
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