Contents of the README.DOC file
This is versions 1.O2 of
"ARE YOU READY FOR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS?"
It consists of the following files:
README.DOC This document.
README.EXE Used to read README.DOC directly.
RURODE.EX The "R U Ready for ODEs ?" main program.
RUNME.BAT Used to run RURODE (optional).
GETKEY.COM Used by RUNME.BAT to accept input to a batch file.
INSTROD.DOC Instructions for RURODE (can be read from RURODE).
CREDITS.DOC Acknowledgments of help from various people.
HISTORY.DOC Version revision history.
LOG001.CDD Natural log and exponentials review questions (enciphered).
LOG001.HLP Natural log and exponentials Help file.
LOG001.LST Advice to someone doing poorly in LOG001 review.
DIF001.CDD Differentiation review questions (enciphered).
DIF001.HLP Differentiation Help file.
DIF001.LST Advice to someone dooing poorly in DIF001 review.
INT001.CDD Integration review questions (enciphered).
INT001.HLP Integration Help file.
INT001.LST Advice to someone doing poorly in INT001 review.
INF001.CDD Infinite series review questions (enciphered).
INF001.HLP Infinite series Help file.
INF001.LST Advice to someone doing poorly in INF001 review.
Q001.CDD Quotations (enciphered).
Q002.CDD Quotations (enciphered).
Q003.CDD Quotations (enciphered).
Q004.CDD Quotations (enciphered).
Q005.CDD Quotations (enciphered).
Q006.CDD Quotations (enciphered).
Q007.CDD Quotations (enciphered).
If any one of these files is missing, the program will not function correctly.
Furthermore, they should all be in the same directory.
To start, make sure you are logged into the same directory as these files.
If you want to run "ARE YOU READY FOR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS ?",
and then select I, to read the instructions.
An alternative way to start is to enter
and then respond to the questions.
This program may be freely distributed by any means, including bulletin
boards, provided that there is no fee or charge or consideration of any
kind involved which is in excess of $8. However, I retain all the rights
to this program.
By kind permission of Gene Lowry, the latest version of this program, and
others in this series, will always be available from the bulletin board
BIGFOOT II, at (602)-886-7943, which is located in Tucson, AZ. The latest
version can also be obtained by sending a formatted disk in a stamped, self-
addressed disk mailer to me at the address below. There is no charge.
I know this program runs on the following machines:
Artisoft Compaq IBM PC IBM XT
IBM AT Paradox Tandon PCX20 Zenith 151
Zenith 158 Zenith 181
If the program runs on your MS-DOS machine, and it is not listed above,
please let me know, so I can add it to this list. Thanks.
Department of Mathematics,
University of Arizona,
Tucson, AZ 85721
Tel (602)-621-6855 (my office)
Tel (602)-621-6893 (departmental office)