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Contents of the READ.ME file


Turbo Source Search has been kind enough to allow Programmer's Journal use
of its disk space to make PJ code available in electronic form. Each source
code file has a comment at the beginning identifying the article from which it
is drawn. The extention (.PAS, .ASM, .C) identifies the language in which the
code is written.

The source code files in this group are from Programmer's Journal, Volume 5.5,
September/October 1987. They are provided for the convenience of readers who
would prefer not to type in the printed listings. The files are identical to
those published in the magazine. As such, the copyrights are held by the
programs' authors, as noted in the files. All other rights are reserved by
Oakley Publishing Company, 1987. These files may not be commercially
distributed by anyone. Every effort has been made to assure that the program
files are correct and complete. No guaranty, express or implied, is offered
as to the correctness of the files, nor to the fitness of the programs for any
purpose whatsoever.

If you want to subscribe to Programmer's Journal, order back issues, or buy
one of our nifty T-Shirts, please write to:
Programmer's Journal
PO Box 30160
Eugene, OR 97403
Subscriptions are only $19.95 annually (six issues). We welcome your comments
about the magazine and the code. Please let us know what you think, at the
address given above.


Contents of the README file


Turbo Source Search has been kind enough to allow Programmer's Journal use
of its disk space to make PJ code available in electronic form. Each source
code file has a comment at the beginning identifying the article from which it
is drawn. The extention (.PAS, .ASM, .C) identifies the language in which the
code is written.

The source code files in this group are from Programmer's Journal, Volume 5.5,
September/October 1987. They are provided for the convenience of readers who
would prefer not to type in the printed listings. The files are identical to
those published in the magazine. As such, the copyrights are held by the
programs' authors, as noted in the files. All other rights are reserved by
Oakley Publishing Company, 1987. These files may not be commercially
distributed by anyone. Every effort has been made to assure that the program
files are correct and complete. No guaranty, express or implied, is offered
as to the correctness of the files, nor to the fitness of the programs for any
purpose whatsoever.

If you want to subscribe to Programmer's Journal, order back issues, or buy
one of our nifty T-Shirts, please write to:
Programmer's Journal
PO Box 30160
Eugene, OR 97403
Subscriptions are only $19.95 annually (six issues). We welcome your comments
about the magazine and the code. Please let us know what you think, at the
address given above.
New for April 1988: VMS C flavors of rz and sz especially for tired
frog stompers. The following performance log entries give the story!

2400 Z splat.arc 3968 220 18 0 0 0 512 30 (rz) 0 ccvax off
2400 K splat.arc 3968 110 36 0 0 0 89 -1 get -1 ccvax off

The contents of RZSZ.ARC can be uploaded to a VAX/XMS system by ZCOMM or
Professional-YAM using the supplied vupl.t script. Connect to your VMS
system, select an empty directory, and then give the YAM/ZCOMM command:
"source vupl.t". This will attempt to start a Kermit server ans upload
the files to it. If the script can't fire up a Kermit server, the
script will use the VMS DCL "create" command to upload the files
directly. In the latter case, use a clean line for best results.

The contents of RZSZ.ARC can be uploaded to a Unix or Xenix system by
ZCOMM or Professional-YAM using the supplied zupl.t script. Connect to
your Unix/Xenix system, select an empty directory, and then give the
YAM/ZCOMM command: "source zupl.t". This will upload minirb.c, compile
it, and then use minirb to upload the rz/sz files.

Once these files are on your Unix system, you can type "make".
The Makefile will list the various systems it knows how to
compile the programs for, and the command to do so (e.g., "make bsd").

The Makefile is self explanatory; just say "make".

Naturally, rz and sz work best with comm programs that seamlessly
support ZMODEM command and file AutoDownload (Pro-YAM and ZCOMM).

The "DSZ" shareware program allows ZMODEM file transfers with
traditional DOS comm programs, but it must be called manually.
(The computer should do that for you!) DSZ provides a "mini term
function" that supports ZMODEM AutoDownload. DSZ (part of DSZ.ARC) and
the ZMODEM protocol description (YZMODEM.ARC) are on TeleGodzilla and
other fine bulletin boards.

Chuck Forsberg WA7KGX Author of Pro-YAM communications Tools for PCDOS and Unix
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Programmer's Journal March/April 1988
P.O. Box 30160
Eugene, OR 97403
(503) 747-0800

"Software Development for the 80386"
by M. Steven Baker

This disk contains several archive files used in the article on 80386
software development. The archives are as follows:

CBENCH.arc The integer benchmark source files, executable versions
using Microsoft C 5.0 and MetaWare High C-386 version
1.4, and batch files to create them.

BISON.arc The original source files from the Free Software
Foundation (GNU Project) for BISON ( a YACC
replacement) except that the filenames have necessarily
been shortened from UN*X to DOS conventions.

MWBISON.arc Several revised source files to operate under MS-DOS
and be compiled using MetaWare High C-386, and linked
using the Phar Lap 386|LINK linker, along with an
executable 80386 version (BISON.PLX) in the Phar Lap
format. The PLX extension is that required by the A.I.
Architects OS386 DOS extender, however, for use with
the Phar Lap DOS-EXTENDER change the extension to .EXP.

DOSBISON.arc Several revised source files to operate under MS-DOS
and be compiled using Microsoft C 5.0. This compiled
and linked fine, but the executable file crashes. A
problem is either with the original source code which
was written in an environment with 32-bit integers, the
Microsft run-time library, or the size of the code and
data areas required. This is left as an exercise for
some energetic programmer to get functioning.

CGRAM.arc This archive contains PARSE.Y, a sample input test file
for the BISON parser generator. This particular sample
parser is the C Parser from the November Beta release
of the Free Software Foundation (GNU Project) GCC C
Compiler version 1.15. BISON.PLX processed this input
file and gave identical results to the output provided
on the Free Software Foundation distribution tape. One
of the sample output files is also included.

Programmer's Journal March/April 1988
P.O. Box 30160
Eugene, OR 97403
(503) 747-0800

"Software Development for the 80386"
by M. Steven Baker

This disk contains several archive files used in the article on 80386
software development. The archives are as follows:

CBENCH.arc The integer benchmark source files, executable versions
using Microsoft C 5.0 and MetaWare High C-386 version
1.4, and batch files to create them.

BISON.arc The original source files from the Free Software
Foundation (GNU Project) for BISON ( a YACC
replacement) except that the filenames have necessarily
been shortened from UN*X to DOS conventions.

MWBISON.arc Several revised source files to operate under MS-DOS
and be compiled using MetaWare High C-386, and linked
using the Phar Lap 386|LINK linker, along with an
executable 80386 version (BISON.PLX) in the Phar Lap
format. The PLX extension is that required by the A.I.
Architects OS386 DOS extender, however, for use with
the Phar Lap DOS-EXTENDER change the extension to .EXP.

DOSBISON.arc Several revised source files to operate under MS-DOS
and be compiled using Microsoft C 5.0. This compiled
and linked fine, but the executable file crashes. A
problem is either with the original source code which
was written in an environment with 32-bit integers, the
Microsft run-time library, or the size of the code and
data areas required. This is left as an exercise for
some energetic programmer to get functioning.

CGRAM.arc This archive contains PARSE.Y, a sample input test file
for the BISON parser generator. This particular sample
parser is the C Parser from the November Beta release
of the Free Software Foundation (GNU Project) GCC C
Compiler version 1.15. BISON.PLX processed this input
file and gave identical results to the output provided
on the Free Software Foundation distribution tape. One
of the sample output files is also included.

Programmer's Journal March/April 1988
P.O. Box 30160
Eugene, OR 97403
(503) 747-0800

"Software Development for the 80386"
by M. Steven Baker

This disk contains several archive files used in the article on 80386
software development. The archives are as follows:

CBENCH.arc The integer benchmark source files, executable versions
using Microsoft C 5.0 and MetaWare High C-386 version
1.4, and batch files to create them.

BISON.arc The original source files from the Free Software
Foundation (GNU Project) for BISON ( a YACC
replacement) except that the filenames have necessarily
been shortened from UN*X to DOS conventions.

MWBISON.arc Several revised source files to operate under MS-DOS
and be compiled using MetaWare High C-386, and linked
using the Phar Lap 386|LINK linker, along with an
executable 80386 version (BISON.PLX) in the Phar Lap
format. The PLX extension is that required by the A.I.
Architects OS386 DOS extender, however, for use with
the Phar Lap DOS-EXTENDER change the extension to .EXP.

DOSBISON.arc Several revised source files to operate under MS-DOS
and be compiled using Microsoft C 5.0. This compiled
and linked fine, but the executable file crashes. A
problem is either with the original source code which
was written in an environment with 32-bit integers, the
Microsft run-time library, or the size of the code and
data areas required. This is left as an exercise for
some energetic programmer to get functioning.

CGRAM.arc This archive contains PARSE.Y, a sample input test file
for the BISON parser generator. This particular sample
parser is the C Parser from the November Beta release
of the Free Software Foundation (GNU Project) GCC C
Compiler version 1.15. BISON.PLX processed this input
file and gave identical results to the output provided
on the Free Software Foundation distribution tape. One
of the sample output files is also included.

Programmer's Journal March/April 1988
P.O. Box 30160
Eugene, OR 97403
(503) 747-0800

"Software Development for the 80386"
by M. Steven Baker

This disk contains several archive files used in the article on 80386
software development. The archives are as follows:

CBENCH.arc The integer benchmark source files, executable versions
using Microsoft C 5.0 and MetaWare High C-386 version
1.4, and batch files to create them.

BISON.arc The original source files from the Free Software
Foundation (GNU Project) for BISON ( a YACC
replacement) except that the filenames have necessarily
been shortened from UN*X to DOS conventions.

MWBISON.arc Several revised source files to operate under MS-DOS
and be compiled using MetaWare High C-386, and linked
using the Phar Lap 386|LINK linker, along with an
executable 80386 version (BISON.PLX) in the Phar Lap
format. The PLX extension is that required by the A.I.
Architects OS386 DOS extender, however, for use with
the Phar Lap DOS-EXTENDER change the extension to .EXP.

DOSBISON.arc Several revised source files to operate under MS-DOS
and be compiled using Microsoft C 5.0. This compiled
and linked fine, but the executable file crashes. A
problem is either with the original source code which
was written in an environment with 32-bit integers, the
Microsft run-time library, or the size of the code and
data areas required. This is left as an exercise for
some energetic programmer to get functioning.

CGRAM.arc This archive contains PARSE.Y, a sample input test file
for the BISON parser generator. This particular sample
parser is the C Parser from the November Beta release
of the Free Software Foundation (GNU Project) GCC C
Compiler version 1.15. BISON.PLX processed this input
file and gave identical results to the output provided
on the Free Software Foundation distribution tape. One
of the sample output files is also included.

Programmer's Journal March/April 1988
P.O. Box 30160
Eugene, OR 97403
(503) 747-0800

"Software Development for the 80386"
by M. Steven Baker

This disk contains several archive files used in the article on 80386
software development. The archives are as follows:

CBENCH.arc The integer benchmark source files, executable versions
using Microsoft C 5.0 and MetaWare High C-386 version
1.4, and batch files to create them.

BISON.arc The original source files from the Free Software
Foundation (GNU Project) for BISON ( a YACC
replacement) except that the filenames have necessarily
been shortened from UN*X to DOS conventions.

MWBISON.arc Several revised source files to operate under MS-DOS
and be compiled using MetaWare High C-386, and linked
using the Phar Lap 386|LINK linker, along with an
executable 80386 version (BISON.PLX) in the Phar Lap
format. The PLX extension is that required by the A.I.
Architects OS386 DOS extender, however, for use with
the Phar Lap DOS-EXTENDER change the extension to .EXP.

DOSBISON.arc Several revised source files to operate under MS-DOS
and be compiled using Microsoft C 5.0. This compiled
and linked fine, but the executable file crashes. A
problem is either with the original source code which
was written in an environment with 32-bit integers, the
Microsft run-time library, or the size of the code and
data areas required. This is left as an exercise for
some energetic programmer to get functioning.

CGRAM.arc This archive contains PARSE.Y, a sample input test file
for the BISON parser generator. This particular sample
parser is the C Parser from the November Beta release
of the Free Software Foundation (GNU Project) GCC C
Compiler version 1.15. BISON.PLX processed this input
file and gave identical results to the output provided
on the Free Software Foundation distribution tape. One
of the sample output files is also included.



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