Category : System Diagnostics for your computer
Archive   : ALERT10.ZIP
Filename : ALERT.H

 
Output of file : ALERT.H contained in archive : ALERT10.ZIP

#define GR_ERROR 10
#define SETUP_COLOR LIGHTBLUE
#define LINE_BEGINNING 20
#define MAXCYCLECOUNT 15
#define LINE1HT 8
#define LINE2HT 5
#define MAXYHT 400
#define DELAY 1600
#define DELTA_X 140
#define DELTA_Y 33
#define PIXEL_COLOR YELLOW
#define HEADS_OR_TAILS 2
#define RANDOM 3
#define LOOP 1

//when to dial ( 3 out of 15? )
#define DIALPHONE 11

//Keypress to exit
#define EXITVALUE '}'

#define WRITE_1ST_LINE write_text( LINE_BEGINNING, y_ht, LINE1HT, txt1 )
#define WRITE_2ND_LINE write_text( LINE_BEGINNING + DELTA_X, y_ht + DELTA_Y, LINE2HT, txt2 )
#define ERASE_LINE1 setcolor( getbkcolor() ); WRITE_1ST_LINE
#define ERASE_LINE2 setcolor( getbkcolor() ); WRITE_2ND_LINE
#define WRITE_LINE1 setcolor( line1color ); WRITE_1ST_LINE
#define WRITE_LINE2 setcolor( LIGHTMAGENTA ); WRITE_2ND_LINE

const char Msg1[] = "Intrusion Alert!",
Msg2[] = "CALLING POLICE";


typedef enum { OFF, ON } FLAGS;
FLAGS SoundFlag;

/********************************prototypes*********************************/

void graphics_setup( int background_color );
void write_text( int x_coord, int y_coord, int type_size, char* text );
void FlashCycle();


  3 Responses to “Category : System Diagnostics for your computer
Archive   : ALERT10.ZIP
Filename : ALERT.H

  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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