Dec 172017
 
The CFP Toy Box (TM) 3.03 Shareware toys for kids lets you draw, play music, transport to another universe, and more. C source code is in the book, "C for Fun and Profit," by Steve Schstack.

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The CFP Toy Box (TM) #3.03 Shareware toys for
kids lets you draw, play music, transport to
another universe, and more. C programmers
can get source code and instruction in the
book, "C for Fun and Profit," by Steve
Schustack, Prentice Hall Computer Publishing,
1993. A lesson in C pointers and linked lists
for C programmers is also given by the
program. The CFP Toy Box works on any PC.


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The CFP Toy Box (TM) 3.03 Shareware toys for kids lets you draw, play music, transport to another universe, and more. C source code is in the book, “C for Fun and Profit,” by Steve Schstack.
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The CFP Toy Box (TM) Version: #3.04 This program is shareware.

Author: Steve Schustack
Phone: (512) 993-3797 CompuServe: 71554,2635
Mail: P.O. Box 72702, Corpus Christi, TX 78472

The CFP Toy Box program is a collection of toys for children.
The toys enable one to create colorful drawings, play and replay
music by making the PC's keys act like the keys of a piano, listen
to computer-generated music, see the time and date, and even take
a trip to another universe!

Children as young as one year are fascinated by the sounds and
displays, but will need help to operate the program. Many three
and four year olds can learn to play with the toys after getting a
little coaching.

The program will operate on any PC, regardless of whether it's IBM-
compatible or not. A color display and Microsoft-compatible mouse
are supported but are not required.

If your computer is not fully IBM-PC compatible, type "toybox b"
to run the program. To run the program without sound, type "toybox s",
and to run with both options, type "toybox sb".

The CFP Toy Box is shareware and the registration fee is $19.95.
Students pay a reduced registration fee of only $14.95. Those who
register will receive a free surprise program as a gift.

Anyone is permitted to give this program to others and to distribute
it by any means, unless informed otherwise in writing by the author.

Note: The source code for The CFP Toy Box can be obtained in the
book, "C for Fun and Profit," by Steve Schustack, published by
Prentice Hall Computer Publishing, 1993. Computer aided instruction
in the use of linked lists for C programming intermediates is
presented in The CFP Toy Box as a different kind of demo of
C for Fun and Profit" possibilities.



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