Julius I: Roman-number converter
F O R I M M E D I A T E R E L E A S E
ANTILOG announces Julius Version I.0.0.
LOMME, FRANCE ON JULY 12, 2003 - Antilog announced today Julius I.0.0, =
the first release of their free roman-number converter for the =
Julius is a simple converter for the translation of numbers written with =
arabic digits into roman digits.
The use of Julius if very easy: you simply write the number (strictly =
positive, no decimal, under 4000), click on the convert button, and the =
roman version of your number is displayed, in a copy-enabled field.
... PRICING AND AVAILABILITY ...
Julius I.0.0 is an application usuable for Macintosh with Mac OS X.2.0 =
(Jaguar) and up, and is available immediately. The product is freeware.
You can download it from our Web site
The installation is made with an installer.
... ABOUT ANTILOG ...
Antilog is based in the North of France. It was founded by Frederic PAVY =
(alias Jean-Thibault GUEUX) in 1998 and provides Macintosh Software =
Our Main Policy is: "Don't develop for Macintosh *FIRST*, but for =
... FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT ...
Frederic PAVY 'Jean-Thibault GUEUX'
129, rue du Marais
JT.Gueux at log-1.com