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The C Users Journal Listings Archive

This archive contains listings from an issue of The C Users Journal.
See the file FILENAME.TXT for a description of the archive contents.

If there are any restrictions on the distribution or use of any files in
this archive, such restrictions come from the original author(s) and are
clearly stated in the opening comments of all files involved.

Other than in cases of such explicit restrictions, R&D Publications,
Inc. places no restrictions on the distribution or use of this source
code. We encourage you to add it to your user group library or BBS
archives; if you do so, we would greatly appreciate hearing from you,
so we can know to where the code has traveled.

What Is CUJ?

The C Users Journal is written by sophisticated programmers for
sophisticated programmers. We insist on practical treatments of real
programming problems, or on tutorials that make theory or complex
issues more accessible to practicing programmers. In place of
product reviews, we publish user reports that show -- with insight
backed by experience -- how to use commercial products that aid the
program developer. Our emphasis is on C and C++, or on tools used in
conjunction with these languages. Back issues and quantity reprints
of selected articles are available.

Writing For CUJ

If you have an idea for an article and experience that would qualify
you to write for other programmers, please ask us for a set of author's

We pay at rates that are competitive with other national technical
journals. We believe that our editorial assistance is better than most.
You don't have to be a professional writer to meet our acceptance
criteria, but you must have something to say.

A proposal consists of a brief abstract and outline, preferably totaling
no more than one page, and a brief resume of your qualifications. When
mailing the proposal, please include a hard copy and an ASCII text file
on an MS-DOS formatted disk.

You MUST submit your manuscript on an MS-DOS disk. Files must be in raw
ASCII format, flush left, with one empty line between paragraphs. Code
should be no wider than 64 columns. Keep any code as brief as possible
and to the point. If you ignore any of these requirements you increase
the probability that an otherwise acceptable article will be rejected.

All topics pertinent to advanced programming issues in C and C++ are
appropriate for proposals.

CUJ Subscription Information

Annual subscriptions to CUJ (12 issues) are: $29.95 US, $54 Canada and
Mexico, and $65 overseas (airmail).

Two-year subscriptions are: $56 US, $89 Canada/Mexico, $123 overseas.

Three-year subscriptions are: $79 US, $122 Canada/Mexico, $175 overseas.

Payments must be in US dollars. Make checks payable to: The C Users Journal.

We will gladly accept MasterCard or Visa phone orders at

voice: (913) 841-1631
FAX: (913) 841-2624

We do not currently accept any other credit or charge cards.

Writing to Us

Your editorial feedback is always welcome. Write to us at:

The C Users Journal (if including code, please put
1601 W. 23rd St. Suite 200 both the code and text of your letter
Lawrence, KS. 66046 on a floppy disk, any size or
Voice: (913) 841-1631 density; DOS, tar or cpio format)
Fax: (913) 841-2624

or, e-mail us at:

[email protected] ("...!uunet!rdpub!cujed")

The C Users' Group:

Library submissions sought: The C Users' Group Library is the world's
largest holding of public domain and Shareware C software composed
primarily of submission by members. C programmers are encouraged to
submit software to the Library. Send software on disk to The C Users'
Group, 1601 W. 23rd St. Ste. 200, Lawrence, KS 66046.

  3 Responses to “Category : Files from Magazines
Archive   : CUJ9402.ZIP
Filename : !README

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: