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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Please avoid sub-directories, squeezed files, library files or other
compacted formats. CUG appreciates and prefers submissions with
cataloging headers on all text files (See the sample below and our directory
for the additional information.)


SAMPLE HEADER
/*
HEADER: ;
TITLE: Diskette sector editor;
VERSION: 1.4;

DESCRIPTION: "Lets you view, edit and write back a diskette sector.

It needs a 24*80 cursor-addressable terminal, and requires
your custom CLRSCREEN() and GOTOXY() functions. The
definitions of these functions appear early in SE.C.

Compiling requires SENTER.C, included on the diskette.
Also included are SE.DOC and SE.SUB.";

KEYWORDS: Disk, utility, editor, sector;
SYSTEM: CP/M-80, V2.2;
FILENAME: SE.C;
WARNINGS: "Requires Version 2.x of CP/M.
SE is not designed to work with systems using the DEBLOCK
routine in the BIOS to handle physical sectors larger than
128 bytes, so if you have such a system, and want to use SE,
you must modify the routines in SE which write back the edited
sector. The BitMap command is not implemented.";

SEE-ALSO: SE.DOC, SENTER.C;
AUTHORS: Jan Larsson;
COMPILERS: BDS C, v1.43 and 1.5a;
*/

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