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[[AccuTerm]]™ is a terminal emulator used to connect to various <nowiki>multivalued databases</nowiki>.  [[AccuTerm]] also provides an communication pipe between the client PC and server allowing it to transfer files between the two machines, start processes on the client PC, and provide a "GUI engine" to frontend legacy programming.
 
[[AccuTerm]]™ is a terminal emulator used to connect to various <nowiki>multivalued databases</nowiki>.  [[AccuTerm]] also provides an communication pipe between the client PC and server allowing it to transfer files between the two machines, start processes on the client PC, and provide a "GUI engine" to frontend legacy programming.
  
website: [http://www.zumasys.com/products/accuterm [[AccuTerm]]™ by Zumasys]  
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AccuTerm was written by Pete Schellenbach who originally developed the software under AccuSoft Enterprises. He is now Zumasys Director of Product Development.
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website: [[AccuTerm]]™ by [http://www.zumasys.com/products/accuterm Zumasys]  
  
 
See also
 
See also
[[AccuTermKeyboardMapping]]
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[[AccuTermKeyboardMapping]], [[AccuTermKeywords]]
  
[[Tags]]: emulation character screen GUI user-interface
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[[Tags]]: emulation character screen GUI user-interface telnet ssh

Revision as of 21:16, 15 May 2015

AccuTerm™ is a terminal emulator used to connect to various multivalued databases. AccuTerm also provides an communication pipe between the client PC and server allowing it to transfer files between the two machines, start processes on the client PC, and provide a "GUI engine" to frontend legacy programming.

AccuTerm was written by Pete Schellenbach who originally developed the software under AccuSoft Enterprises. He is now Zumasys Director of Product Development. website: AccuTerm™ by Zumasys

See also AccuTermKeyboardMapping, AccuTermKeywords

Tags: emulation character screen GUI user-interface telnet ssh