op 28-07-2001 09:31 schreef Azmi Tamid op email@example.com:
> concerning this let me ask :
> I am using GAP on windows 95 but it has DOS interface .
> Is there also a version of GAP with more modern windows user interface ?
GAP has a command-line interface, yes.
Actually most, if not all, computer algebra systems have
that kind of an interface, perhaps having in addition a
mouse-controlled help browser.
On Windows GAP runs in the standard command prompt window,
but this is not so hard to change for another "window"
that offers similar features, e.g. with rxvt.
See an earlier thread on this in the GAP Forum.
You might like it better, especially if you run a non-English
version of Windows, and/or have problems copying-pasting from/into
the GAP window.