Dec 102017
Plot and print graphs of functions, has a zoom in/out feature.
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Plot and print graphs of functions, has a zoom in/out feature.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
GRAPHIT.DOC 47230 15354 deflated
GRAPHIT.EXE 76552 43506 deflated
GRAPHIT.ICO 766 267 deflated
GRAPHIT.PIF 545 143 deflated
GRAPHIT1.HLP 7546 3225 deflated
GRAPHIT2.HLP 4552 1909 deflated
GRAPHIT3.HLP 5823 2471 deflated
READ.ME 1679 818 deflated

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Contents of the READ.ME file

GraphIt! Version 2.00 by Keith Hertzer August 22, 1990
Files in this ZIP archive:
GRAPHIT.EXE 76,552 8/21/90 5:12p --- Program file
GRAPHIT.DOC 47,230 8/22/90 1:26p --- Documentation/manual
GRAPHIT1.HLP 7,546 8/20/90 2:06p \
GRAPHIT2.HLP 4,552 8/21/90 2:58p }- On-line help files
GRAPHIT3.HLP 5,823 8/22/90 12:28p /
READ.ME 1,679 8/22/90 1:38p --- This file
GRAPHIT.PIF 545 8/17/90 4:31p --- Windows 3 prog. info file
GRAPHIT.ICO 766 8/17/90 4:24p --- Windows 3 GraphIt! icon

Note: Please do not edit GRAPHIT1.HLP, GRAPHIT2.HLP, or GRAPHIT3.HLP. They
are formatted especially for use under the GraphIt! help view function, broken
up into screens of 23 lines. Altering these files may result in abnormal page
breaks and prevent effective use of the help text.

Installing GraphIt!: To be able to use the on-line help facility, you should
place the three .HLP files on the same disk and directory as the executable
file. Then, before you run GraphIt!, change the current drive/directory to
where those files are. For example, to install GraphIt! in some directory
C:\GRAPHICS, you would type:
C:\>copy graphit?.* c:\graphics
and to run the program, you would type:
C:\>cd c:\graphics
GraphIt! is not a Windows program, but it does run well as a DOS application,
and I have included .PIF and icon files to make it easier to install in the
Program Manager. See Appendix C: Windows installation for more help on
installing GraphIt! under Windows 3.

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