Dec 052017
 
RMAXTASK Multitasking library for C/C++. Much easier to use than most C multitasking libraries, and well documented. Shareware.
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RMAXTASK Multitasking library for C/C++. Much easier to use than most C multitasking libraries, and well documented. Shareware.
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CALLDEMO.C 12824 3327 deflated
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README.TXT 2200 793 deflated
REGISTER.TXT 2753 727 deflated
RMAXTASK.DOC 54411 12345 deflated
RMAXTASK.H 14584 2700 deflated
TASKBCL.LIB 6144 2950 deflated
TEST1.C 1650 612 deflated
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Contents of the README.TXT file


RMAXTask

A Multitasking Environment for C and C++

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RMAX Development Group
1033 East Coral Gables Drive
Phoenix, Arizona 85022

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Congratulations. You have successful obtained a copy of the
shareware version of the RMAXTask multitasking library for C
and C++. You should now have the following files:

README.TXT - This file

REGISTER.TXT - A form for registering your copy of RMAXTask.
Upon registration, you will receive full
source code to the library, LIB files for all
memory models for both C and C++, and a
license allowing unrestricted use of RMAXTask
in your programs.

RMAXTASK.DOC - Complete documentation for the library.

TASKBCL.LIB - The library itself, ready to link with C
programs compiled for the Large memory
segmentation model using a Borland compiler.

RMAXTASK.H - A header file to accompany TASKBCL.LIB

CALLDEMO.C - Source code which demonstrates proper use of
the functions within the RMAXTask library.

CALLDEMO.EXE - Compiled version of CALLDEMO.C

TEST?.C - A collection of short test programs that will
provide additional examples of RMAXTask
function calls.


To get started, we suggest that you skim through the
documentation and then run the sample programs as you look at
the source code. Then you can begin to write your own
programs, either from scratch or by modifying and enhancing
the provided sample programs. Remember that you MUST compile
using the Large memory segmentation model in order to link
with the TASKBCL.LIB file.


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