EB Source Code for Borland C++
Thank you for taking the time to down load the source
code of EB, the Electronic Book. You should find EB.EXE
on the BBS in file EB.ZIP. Besure to take the time to
run EB.EXE and its tutorial before attempting to make
sense of the source code here. I compiled the final
version of EB inside Borland C++ IDE without debug
information, inline functions inline, standard stack
frame, floating point emulation, smart virtual function
tables, and otherwise standard optimization for the small
memory model. I also used the flexlist library which
isn't supplied here. Use the flexlist source instead
which should make your EB.EXE alitte larger by about two
The version of EB.EXE I compiled is freeware, meaning
that there is no fee for using EB.EXE, but you must leave
my copyright notice intact! Shareware/Freeware
distributors are also free to distribute it. Commercial
venders may bundle EB.EXE (unmodified) with their
software without cost but in any literature mentioning it
they must give proper credit to PSW! Licensing is
required for other uses, e.g. you must register FlexList
to incorporate components of EB into your software.
FlexList II ANSI && K&R C$79.95
FlexList II C++$79.95
* Ready-to-run C/C++ linked lists.
* Hybrid structure: stack, queue, list, array.
* Stores Heterogeneous/homogeneous data.
* Accessible by value, reference or node.
* Source is also broken in separate files along
with makefile for easy library building.
* 100+ page manual
FlexList is also available at a discount from:
The Austin Code Works
11100 Leafwood Lane
Austin, Texas 78750-3587 USA
Voice: (512) 258-0785
FAX: (512) 258-1342
E-mail: [email protected]
Thanks again for taking a look at EB and how easy it is
to use FlexList in building applications! I hope you can
use EB.EXE in your shareware/commercial efforts to supply
hypertext manuals to your customers. Your comments,
suggestions, and questions are always welcome.
John W. Small
PSW / Power SoftWare
P.O. Box 10072
McLean, VA 22102 8072 USA
Voice: (703) 759-3838
You are free to use source code designated as Freeware.
All I ask is that you leave my copyright and company
notices intact. The following is a breakdown of EB's
picklistshareware, part of flexlist
pickfileshareware, part of flexlist
ebshareware, part of flexlist
eb1shareware, part of flexlist
eb2shareware, part of flexlist
eb3shareware, part of flexlist
eb4shareware, part of flexlist