Dec 222017
 
Outstanding Door skeleton in QB.
File SKELETON.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category BASIC Language
Outstanding Door skeleton in QB.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
COMPILE.BAT 82 65 deflated
MESSAGES 1280 698 deflated
README 833 498 deflated
SKELETON.BAS 27062 8380 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated

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Contents of the README file


Enclosed is the skeleton code to open doors, monitor,etc. under a variety
of BBS types. To test your code, you'll need to create a "dummy" DOOR.DEF
file ... described inside the code.

to aid developers who might not have a BBS system handy (or are writing
on another computer) ... a CALLINFO.BBS "mock" file is provided, so you
can appear to your door as a local Wildcat! Sysop ... thus test the door.
Also included is a mock RBBS MESSAGES file that can be used as well.
Both allow a SYSOP to test the new door off-line.

Also included is a batch file to compile your code, assuming that the
BASIC filename is TESTDOOR and that all of your QB3 files are in the
subdir C:\basics. This skeleton has also been used with QB4.0.

Also assummed AND REQUIRED is that you've patched your QB for the
infamous DTR problem.


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