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Name: Ryan
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Date: Around 1995


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I am looking for internet sources to find information on general subjects. Language Theory, Compiler Design Object Oriented Programming, Artificial Intelligence, GUI Programming are the topics. If you could point toward sites, groups, or files that can give information on these topics, I would appreciate it.



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