Looking for whois++ clients/servers

David Schreiber <davids@std.sri.com> Tue, 12 July 1994 22:04 UTC

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From: David Schreiber <davids@std.sri.com>
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I'm been reviewing various Whois++ documents, as part of a project here at SRI,
and would like to know what's available in terms of actual whois++
implementations (both publically available software and servers).

-Dave Schreiber

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