Dec 132017
Russell Freeland's screen color utility for Dbase programs.
File COLORS.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Dbase Source Code
Russell Freeland’s screen color utility for Dbase programs.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
COLORS.BIN 6216 2724 deflated
COLORS.COM 7104 3486 deflated
COLORS.DOC 1414 774 deflated
COLORS.OBJ 6755 3740 deflated

Download File COLORS.ZIP Here

Contents of the COLORS.DOC file

COLORS.COM and COLORS.BIN are extracted from SCRIMAGE, my new screen and menu
generator for dBASE and other languages. COLORS.COM will be available shortly
in TSR form as well. What COLORS does is pop up a grid of available colors
on your PC's screen, and allow you to choose a color. Unlike the SCRIMAGE
version, COLORS allows you to "walk around" the whole screen and see the
decimal, binary, hex, and dBASE color equivalents of the screen area the cursor
is on. The BIN version also passes back to the calling program the dBASE
SET COLOR string. FoxBASE+, DBXL, and Quicksilver should work as well, and
Clipper OBJ for Summer '87 is also supplied.

Warning!! colors.bin MUST be called with a character parameter that is at
least 10 characters long:

SET COLOR TO &memvar

COLORS.OBJ is a UDF for Summer '87 Clipper. Syntax is:


R. Russell Freeland
Synergy Corp.

I hereby renounce all rights to this version of COLORS.COM, COLORS.BIN, and
COLORS.OBJ, and place them in the public domain. No strings, no royalties,
and NO SUPPORT! [grin]


Further info about COLORS and SCRIMAGE is available from:

Integrated Development Corp.
94 Forrest St.
Paistow, NH 03865
(603) 382-1313

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