Dec 162017
 
Rock collectors program, disk 1 of 3.
File ROCKS1.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
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Rock collectors program, disk 1 of 3.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
DRIVE.DAT 15 15 stored
MM.EXE 259682 114002 deflated
README.DOC 2518 1247 deflated
README2.DOC 337 212 deflated
REGISTER.PRT 1456 400 deflated

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Contents of the README.DOC file


MINERAL MASTERY
(readme.doc)
FILE INFO
The Mineral Mastery package comes on 3 disks. The demo disk is a
combination demonstration and tutorial and requires CGA graphics. The
program may be run on a floppy system or a hard disk. IMPORTANT: We
have no control over how ShareWare distributors and BBS's archive or
package the Mineral Mastery files. Therefore, it's up to you to check
that the files are on the right disks.

These files must be on the respective disks:
Disk #1(program disk): mm.exe, drive.dat, readme.doc,
register.prt, command.com (installing DOS: see below)
Disk #2(data disk): advanced.dbf, advanced.dbt, minterms.dbt,
minterms.dbf, introduc.dbf, les1.les, les2.les
Disk #3(demo & documentation disk): mm.doc, various demo
files(*.txm, *.pic), demo.sh~, demo.bat, st.exe, st1.pdr


STARTING MINERAL MASTERY
Make sure the files are on the right disks(see the above). If
you intend to run Mineral Mastery on a two floppy system, you
must install DOS on a new formatted disk and then copy the Disk
#1 files to it. This becomes your program disk. Don't put
unnecessary files on this disk or you may run out of disk space.

To run the demo: A> DEMO
To run Mineral Mastery, see "Installation" on page 4 of the
documentation.
To print the documentation, find the file MM.DOC and print it from
DOS: A> COPY MM.DOC PRN Be aware that the documentation file on
your Shareware disk does not depict actual screen displays like the
printed registered version. We've simulated some screens as best we
can.

HELP
Write us to report errors, for help using the program, or to get the
latest disks. We'll send the 3 disks for $12. Scientific questions
are best answered by your local museum, college faculty, State mining
office, or experienced collectors.

ADDENDUM
When searching the NOTES category for text terms, be aware that the
category is case sensitive. The search 'magnetic'$notes will not pick
up the word 'Magnetic' because of the capital M. The best way to
handle this is to search by skipping the first letter;
'agnetic'$notes. Also, some key words may appear in different forms
like: radioactive or radioactivity. The search 'adioact'$notes will
pick up all occurences.


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To register your program: A> COPY REGISTER.PRT PRN

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