It's your choice - Library or Source:
You can purchase PLOT88 as a compiled, ready-to-run library complete with technical support, or you can purchase the PLOT88 SOURCE code for all compilers, but without technical support. You modify and compile the source code.
The PLOT88 Library
The PLOT88 Library on CDROM includes the following:
PLOT88 Source Code
The PLOT88 Source Code on CDROM includes the source code for one operating system and the Source Code Reference Manual:
DEVICE DRIVERS SUPPORTED
All application functions, drivers, common block specifications, hardware interfaces, and FORTRAN compiler specific code are included on the Source Code CDROM. Both MicroSoft operating system versions and SUN versions are available. You will need the PLOT88 Reference Manual (#901) to call these subroutines if you do not already have the PLOT88 Library. There are 117 application routines and 113 driver routines. All application and driver routines are written in ANSI FORTRAN 77, except for 16 hardware interface functions which are written in Microsoft Assembler ( MicroSoft operating systems only). The assembler object modules are included on the release disk. You do not need an assembler if you are not going to change the assembler routines. No assembler code is used for the versions of PLOT88 that run using the print spooler and API32 calls under Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or XP ( MicroSoft PowerStation 4.0 and Digital FORTRAN 5.0 and 6.x).