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1.10. Programming Languages and History of @RISK

Applies to:
All products, releases 6.x–7.x

Question:
I've always wondered -- what language are your products written in?  What programming language do you use?  When was @RISK first released?

Response:
Current versions use a mix of C++, Visual Basic 6, Visual Basic for Applications, Visual Basic .NET, and C#.

The first version of @RISK for Lotus 1-2-3 was released 1987-10-01. Its predecessor product, PRISM for DOS, was released in April of 1984. Earlier versions of PRISM for Apple II were in use starting in 1982, before Palisade was organized as a company in 1984.  For more Palisade history, please see About Palisade Corporation.

last edited: 2015-06-17

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