Dec 172017
Quick & Easy way to remember birthdays, and other special days.
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Quick & Easy way to remember birthdays, and other special days.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
BDAY.DOC 2209 940 deflated
BDAY.EXE 41619 27163 deflated
BDAY.FIL 268 170 deflated

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BDAY 1.05 - Created by Andy Hubbell - December 1989

Syntax: BDAY [d] [l] [m] [n] [p] [t] [?]

d - Daily special day list (default)
l - Last months special day list
m - This months special day list
n - Next months special day list
p - Print special day list file
t - Two month special day list

I M P O R T A N T T H I N G S T O R E M E M B E R !

BDAY is a Turbo Basic program created to provide a quick and easy way
to remember birthdays, anniversaries and other special dates. Run it
from your AUTOEXEC.BAT file at start up for everyday use. Feel free
to copy and share this program with everyone. If you find it useful
please support shareware by sending a $5 contribution, suggestions and
comments to the author.

Andy Hubbell
144 Pine Street
Oconomowoc, WI 53066


1. There must be a BDAY.FIL file located in the current directory or
a path can be set in the environment. Prior to running BDAY use
the command SET BDAYPATH=drive:\path to specify the location of the
birthday list file.

2. The birthday list must be maintained manually using any text editor
or word processor that will save the file in ASCII text.

3. Records must be on seperate lines in the following format.


Where MM is a two digit month and where DD is a two digit day.
YYYY is a four digit year and is optional. If included the year
will be used to calculate the age. NAME can be used for people,
anniversaries and holidays.

4. Only one of the parameters is allowed at a time. If no parameter
is used the daily special day list is displayed by default.

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