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Excellent tutor that shows how to write C routines that are callable from within Clipper.
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Excellent tutor that shows how to write C routines that are callable from within Clipper.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
C.C 23820 4242 deflated
C.EXE 236482 103777 deflated
C.MAK 1313 503 deflated
CLIP.PRG 30521 6242 deflated
CLIPPER.TXT 10831 1451 deflated
README.DOC 2908 1294 deflated

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Contents of the README.DOC file


Using Clipper with C Date: 03/01/90

This file contains the following files:

c.c - C functions called from Clipper
clip.prg - Clipper program to test functions in c.c
c.mak - make file to compile clip.prg and c.c
clipper.txt - documentation on Clipper interface with C
c.exe - executable test program (test Clipper with C)

These files were created for the 03/01/90 meeting of the
Twin Cities (Minnesota) meeting of the dBASE Compiler User Group.

A variety of C functions (in the file c.c) called from clip.prg are intended
to help Clipper programmers understand how to call C from clipper. The
Clipper program is designed so that you can interchange different tests.
The C functions are designed to give people who would like to use C with
Clipper; but were unable to make much sense from the Clipper Manual section
on the extend system, a place to start.

Programming in C offers many benefits to the Clipper programmer. These
benefits include: flexible and efficient data types, low-level access to
peripheral devices, blazing control structures, a preprocessor, etc.
In addition, I believe programming in C helps programmers to understand and
efficiently utilize the power of many programming languages.

The specific functions included here are intended only to demonstrate
Clipper's C interface and not fit any specific purpose. You may enjoy
enhancing some of the routines or practicing with Clipper's C interface.

C functions included are:

ktom() - convert kilometers to miles
convdtoh() - convert decimal numbers to hexadecimal
filecr() - create a file
filedir() - return the number of files that match a particular mask
filedel() - delete files that match a particular mask (TEMP*.*, etc.)
change_dir() - change the current directory
ret_stack() - return current stack size
randfile() - return a random file name
getenvvar() - return the current setting of an environment variable
putenvvar() - modify a variables in your environment variable table
memavail() - amount heap space available
maxmem() - maximum block of heap space available
nearheap() - return the status of the near heap
farheap() - return the status of the far heap
heapwalk() - step through your heap
expand() - attempt to enlarge a block of memory
on_exit() - install a C function to execute upon an exit(0) from within C
exit_0() - call exit(0) to exit from Clipper
reverse_st() - reverse the contents of a string
month_txt() - return the text for the number of a particular month
c_ave() - average the numeric elements of a Clipper array

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me at:

Steve Rice
3828 Country Creek Way
Eagan, MN 55122

Compuserve: 72427, 2777

Happy C-Clipping!



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