Dec 222017
 
Latest version PB Tools 2.0 for PowerBASIC, windows, data entry, DOS I/O, EMS memory usage, great utility, must have for PowerBASIC.
File PBTOOL2I.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category BASIC Language
Latest version PB Tools 2.0 for PowerBASIC, windows, data entry, DOS I/O, EMS memory usage, great utility, must have for PowerBASIC.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
DEMO.BAS 7335 2313 deflated
DEMO.EXE 107849 46111 deflated
DOSIO.PBU 16824 6057 deflated
EMSIO.PBU 6500 2137 deflated
NEW.DOC 1422 482 deflated
PBTOOLS.CMD 10911 2827 deflated
PBTOOLS.DEC 253 166 deflated
PBTOOLS.DOC 79532 12399 deflated
PBTOOLS.HST 2981 980 deflated
PBTOOLS.INC 403 246 deflated
README!.1ST 870 493 deflated
SCRNIO.PBU 30495 9510 deflated
TOOL.PBU 16329 5990 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated
WINDO.PBU 42547 12403 deflated

Download File PBTOOL2I.ZIP Here

Contents of the NEW.DOC file


I will not place all new command in this file instead of inserting them into
the regular documentation. When all the routines are finished (if ever)
I will then fix the documentation.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
GetDir2 - SUB-ROUTINE - DOSIO.PBU
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Works just like GetDir$ by placing the directory of a given path in a
specified array. The difference is that the file size and date are
placed into the string. Note: The array is sorted in filename order.

Example: CALL GetDir2$(Path$, Atr%, FilArr$())

See GetDir$ for a better explanation.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SizeDir - FUNCTION - DOSIO.PBU
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Returns the number of bytes of all files in a path.

Example: PRINT "Current directory uses";SizeDir&(Path$,Atr%);"bytes."
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SortDirExt - SUB-ROUTINE - DOSIO.PBU
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sorts an array from GetDir or GetDir2 by extension then subsorts by name.

Example: CALL SortDirExt(FilArr$())
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


 December 22, 2017  Add comments

Leave a Reply