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Simulator question revisited !!! great if BERT / KATHY / BRYAN answered too

 
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i know this one was there in the forum before .. but still wanted a last minute guidance

WHizlabs simulator for SCWCD: 124 USD
Enthuware simulator for SCWCD: 35 USD

Just wanted to know if the price difference is justified.
and which one the folks thing is better
WHizlabs says it is .. is it ???
 
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i used enthuware. it was enough for me.
 
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