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Software Directories for Microcomputers: An Annotated Bibliography

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This paper is a listing of directories for the researcher in a developing country to find suitable software for microcomputers.

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  • Stilwell, Thomas C., 1983. "Software Directories for Microcomputers: An Annotated Bibliography," Food Security International Development Working Papers 54762, Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics.
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