Dec 222017
Screen Design system, creates screens that can be redisplayed in QBASIC.
File PSCREEN.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category BASIC Language
Screen Design system, creates screens that can be redisplayed in QBASIC.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
LOADSCRN.OBJ 2459 1538 deflated
P-SCREEN.DOC 69750 21027 deflated
P-SCREEN.EXE 98532 57061 deflated
P-SCREEN.PSL 22387 3699 deflated
PS-DEMO.BAS 18484 5021 deflated
PS-DEMO.QLB 7313 4362 deflated
README.BAT 1994 783 deflated
RSLODBIN.OBJ 171 166 deflated
RSSCRRST.OBJ 300 290 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated

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Contents of the README.BAT file

echo off
echo Pro~Formance Screen Design (P-Screen)
echo You should find several files here (in addition to ReadMe.Bat):
echo P-Screen.Exe P-Screen itself. To get started, just type P-Screen (cr)
echo P-Screen.Psl Help Screen library (required to run P-Screen; 'Read-Only')
echo P-Screen.Doc P-Screen's manual
echo PS-Demo.Bas \ QuickBASIC 4.0+ demo program. Demonstrates how to display
echo PS-Demo.Qlb / screens from your programs. (to run: qb ps-demo /l ps-demo)
echo LoadScrn.Obj \
echo rsLodBin.Obj --- Link these to your QB programs to display screens
echo rsScrRst.Obj /
echo BS-Demo.Bas/BS-Demo.Bsv (reg. users) Demo of rsLodBin to display BSAVE file
echo P-Screen lets you design screens, create screen 'libraries,' then display
echo your screens from your own programs -- easily, quickly.
echo * Design screens with P-Screen.
echo - Save them to: Screen Libraries, or standard Ascii files (for any use).
echo * Display your screens from your programs -- f-a-s-t, easily, with little
echo code, and with no 'external screen loaders.'
echo - Three subprograms are included to 'Link' with QB 4.0+ programs.
echo * Uses: Menus, help screens, data entry, program demos, prototyping, etc.
echo * Easy screen design (boxes/lines/join/text (with auto-centering)/add any
echo Ascii character/paint/copy/move/erase/WalkAbout/Undo/25-43-50 rows/etc.)
echo (C) 1988, 1989 RWS & Associates

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