Dec 312017
Teaches People How To Read A Micrometer.
File MICROM.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Science and Education
Teaches People How To Read A Micrometer.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
MICRO.EXE 99024 53800 deflated
README.DOC 2145 940 deflated

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Contents of the README.DOC file

Version 1.02

-Fixes many bugs I was notified of in version 1.01.
-Thanks to all who notified me of these bugs
-Special thanks to Ed Kuiper for all of his help.

Thank you for downloading this file!
Now to the real stuff:

This program was written with the purpose of teaching people how to read a
micrometer properly and easily. To run the program simply type micro
at the prompt. I hope that you enjoy and learn from the program.

If you like and use this unregistered version, please send me $10.00 to
recieve your own registered version. It is against the law to use it and not
register it. However, I do not believe in distributing "cripple"ware and
therefore, this unregistered version does everything that the registered one
will do. Please, with your registration, send any comments and/or questions
that you have about the software.

There are two programs, also written by me, just like this one that teach
people how to read a vernier caliper and a ruler. If you would like to
recieve copies of these, just send me $10.00 each and I will be happy to send
you a registered version.

Please support independant software authors and the shareware concept. Use,
enjoy, learn, and buy the software if you like it.

My name and address is:
Bill Amidei
18430 Lamplighter Lane
Brookfield, Wisoconsin
Send all registration money here with questions/comments.

Other programs written by Bill Amidei:
-Micrometer teacher ($10.00)
-Vernier Caliper teacher ($10.00)
-Ruler teacher ($10.00)
-Menu program-->high security(passwords, etc) ($10.00)
-CD and Cassette database (NO COST)

Soon to come...
-War(co-authored with Jim Amidei)
War is a 6 player strategy game written using VGA
graphics. REALLY COOL!!!
-New and improved CD and Cassette database.

Thanks again.

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