Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : BOYMKS5E.ZIP
Filename : TCOMM.BSC

 
Output of file : TCOMM.BSC contained in archive : BOYMKS5E.ZIP
\\ TCOMM is a type of Bulletin Board System which is quite popular in
\\ the Washington, D.C. area and is quickly spreading across the country.
\\ This script automates TComm logons.
\\ You must set the following shortcut macros in BOYAN Configuration Area M:
\\ \! = Macro # 111 = Your first name
\\ \@ = Macro # 112 = Your last name
\\ \# = Macro # 113 = Your password


\\ If you make any significant improvements to this script, please feel
\\ free to share them with others (or with me!) Thanks. -Justin Boyan


|LOGON
\DM[CONNECTED TO TCOMM SYSTEM!]{ \\ Send one carriage return
\BL[QUEST] \\ This calls the "QUESTIONS" block as a subroutine.
\bl[files] \\files script
\DM[LOGON COMPLETE.] \\ When done, display message on screen.



|QUEST \\ This block answers TComm's log-on questions.
\\WP[1] \\ waits for the next TComm prompt
\IF+Press ENTER to continue[{] \\ These \IF commands test to see
\IF+number one[N{] \\ which prompt it is, and respond
\IF+red background[Y{] \\ appropriately. The response is
\IF+Color Graphics[Y{] \\ in square brackets.
\IF+dash on the right[Y{] \\ The name and password prompts
\IF+First & last name[\! \@{] \\ respond by sending Shortcut
\IF+password[\#{] \\ macros \! \@ (name) or \# (passwd).
\IF+Strike a key when ready[{] \\
\IF+ANY KEY[{] \\
\IF+Quit)[Q{] \\
\IF+Main[\EB] \\ END BLOCK if reached "Main" Menu
~\pa[1]
\GB[QUEST] \\ Circle around for next prompt...

|Files
\IF+Main[F{]
\IF+ommand[n{]
\if+enu[n{]
\if+ate[{]
\if+hat[{]
\GB[files]


  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : BOYMKS5E.ZIP
Filename : TCOMM.BSC

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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