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Redwood Draw v1.0 graphic data plotting program.
File REDWOOD.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Printer + Display Graphics
Redwood Draw v1.0 graphic data plotting program.
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Contents of the README.DOC file

Readme.doc REDWOOD DRAW Version 1.0

Welcome to REDWOOD DRAW, a script-based graphics interpreter that:

* Makes charts, plots, or other depictions of numerical
data in unlimited formats

* Presents on-screen slide shows and cycling shows

* Makes text slides or briefing charts

* Produces hard copy on laser and dot matrix printers

* Fits and smooths data

* Prepares PCX and TIFF files for desktop publishing

The input or command file can be made with any ASCII editor or it
can be generated by a program that you write.

A slide show is included to illustrate some of the many plots that
can be produced. REDWOOD DRAW can be run from a floppy diskette
or it can be installed on a hard disk system. For example, if the
hard disk is C: make a new directory off the root with the DOS


Shift to the new directory:


Insert the diskette in floppy drive A: and copy all files to the
hard disk with:

COPY A:*.*

If a single ZIP file is provided unpack it with PKUNZIP from

Start the slide show:


Each slide is plotted and remains on the screen until the space
bar is pressed. The name of each input file appears at the lower
left corner of the screen. An input file can be inspected later
by using an ordinary ASCII editor or word processor or by using
the DOS commands TYPE or PRINT.

The manual is provided in two formats:

RWMANUAL.TTY is for most printers (Carriage Return and Line Feed
at end of each line, Form Feed recognized, at least 66 lines per
page). This file could be edited to fit other formats, but
changing page numbers would generally confuse the table of
contents and the index. A word processor could be used to
recompile those sections.

RWMANUAL.HP is for a HP LaserJet II (TM) or 100% compatible laser

Either form can be sent to the appropriate printer with the DOS


A sample page from a desktop publishing system is also included.
To prepare that page a TIFF format graphics file from REDWOOD DRAW
was imported. You can transfer the file to a LaserJet or 100%
compatible printer with the COPY command:


The file contains a bitmap so it MUST be transferred with the COPY
command with /B (binary switch) on.


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