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PC TECHNIQUES LISTINGS DISKETTE #14: JUNE/JULY 1992
To all our programmer friends:
These are the listings from the June/July 1992 issue of
PC TECHNIQUES, Volume 3, #2.
We place *no* restrictions on the distribution or use of the source code
published in the magazine. Please add it to your user group library or
BBS file archives. Pass it along to your friends. Make sure that anyone
who might conceivably find the code useful will get it.
Tom Swan's column listings are contained in their own .ZIP file,
PARDONME.ZIP. Similarly, the files supporting "Playing With Visual Basic"
are contained in their own .ZIP file, VBPLAY.ZIP.
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--Jeff Duntemann KG7JF
Editor in Chief