W O R L D C I T Y D I S T A N C E C O M P U T E R
WCD World City Distance Computer (c) 1988 GeoGraphics Software
User-Supported Software - May, 1988.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION- WCD, The World City Distance Computer, is designed
to provide distance and travel time information between over 400
different world cities, including most major US cities. The program is
windowed and menu driven, and basically self-explanatory.
HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS- This program is designed for IBM Personal
Computers and close compatibles. It will execute on the IBM-PC, PC-XT,
PS/2 and PC-jr. DOS Version 2.1 or later is required. Since the
program relies extensively on color, a color monitor is recommended.
The program will run, however, unmodified, on the Compaq. WCD requires
about 64K of memory and does not require BASIC to operate.
PROGRAM FILES- The World City Distance Computer system comes in four
files which are packaged in a self-extracting archive file called
WCDARC.EXE. Running this archive program creates each of the four
system files. Some versions of this program may contain WCDARC.EXE
bundled along with WCDREAD.ME (the file you are reading) into an archive
file called WCD.ARC.
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