Contents of the README.DOC file
Well, here's the latest: source code for the April 1989 issue of Computer
Language. I hope you enjoy it. Here's what's on the disk:
This is a short Turbo Pascal unit that updates and improves John Figueras's
code from October 1988's "Constructing the Virtual Mouse." This listing is
from page 12 of the April 1989 issue.
This is the code to accompany John Gray's "Bit Strings in C."
This compressed file contains a handful of programs that illustrate reading
and writing the DOS environment, from Jon-K Adams's article of the same name.
You get a couple tables, too.
This compressed file contains a handful of programs that demonstrate the power
of Danny Lawrence's Universal Critical Error Handler.
This is the "generic" object definition header promised by Scott Ladd in his
"Objectively Speaking" object-oriented programming article. Looks like C to me.
I toss in this obsolete de-ARChiving program just in case you don't have any
other way of decompressing the .ARC files I've distributed this month. If you
have a later, better version, then just toss these.
See you next month.