Contents of the ASCIITBL.DOC file
ASCIITBL - AN ASCII TABLE POP-UP FOR USE WITH DESQVIEW
Written By: Phillip A. Kaufman January, 1988
Copyright 1987,1988 Phillip A. Kaufman. All rights, except those
specifically granted herein are reserved by the author. The right
to copy and distribute this material is granted without fee for
any and all non-commercial use. This material specifically may
not be distributed or sold for a fee nor incorporated in whole or
in part into any other product that is distributed or sold for a
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Phillip A. Kaufman
19987 Moran Lane
Saratoga, CA 95070
THIS MATERIAL IS DISTRIBUTED "as is" WITHOUT ANY EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED WARRANTY OR LIABILITY FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT OR
This program is similar to others written in assembly language
but it is written entirely in C. It was done to show that such
a program in C is nearly as small and fast as is the assembly
The program displays the complete ASCII table a la Sidekick(tm).
Use: PgUp and PgDn to page the display
ESC to exit
Installation: Must be installed in Desqview environment.
Requires a DV memory size of only 4k.
Must set the window size to 18 high and 23 wide.
Program does not generate colors so it will assume
the window's colors or you can make a startup script
to force colors.
asciitbl.c the source file ( for MSC 4.0;
compile with small model and link
with stack of 150 bytes - IT IS
REALLY IMPORTANT to either use linker
directive to set stack or to use
EXEMOD. Microsoft's default stack size
is 2k and program will crash DV if
loaded into a 4k segment.)
asciitbl.exe compiled version of above - fits in 4k
with room to spare!
at-pif.dvp dv 2.0 pif file
at-scrip.dvs dv 2.0 startup script for colors