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Files from PC Techniques Dec/Jan 1991.
File PTV1N5.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Files from Magazines
Files from PC Techniques Dec/Jan 1991.
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BITSTUFF.C 410 192 deflated
BUBBLER.CPP 1500 582 deflated
BUBBLER.PAS 1432 549 deflated
COM_PP.ASM 38520 7176 deflated
FLUSH.ASM 922 298 deflated
HEAP.PAS 532 241 deflated
INDMEM.C 363 157 deflated
L1.C 4753 1478 deflated
L2.COD 1160 389 deflated
L3.ASM 2714 984 deflated
L4.ASM 3933 1341 deflated
L5.C 2745 996 deflated
L6.ASM 3307 1196 deflated
MSG_PCKT.CPP 11445 2690 deflated
MSG_PCKT.HPP 3444 1256 deflated
PCTV1N5.ZIP 37637 34915 deflated
READ.ME 2562 1315 deflated
READREAL.SRC 191 121 deflated
REBOOT.C 447 236 deflated
SERIAL.CPP 8766 1879 deflated
SERIAL.HPP 5794 1839 deflated
SILVTEST.C 1901 859 deflated
TEXTIFY.BAS 6411 2443 deflated
TP6SHIFT.PAS 609 276 deflated
VALX.PAS 1103 360 deflated
XON_XOFF.CPP 4295 1210 deflated
XON_XOFF.HPP 784 391 deflated
_HEAP.PAS 159 129 deflated

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Contents of the READ.ME file

To all our programmer friends:

These are the listings from the December/January 1990 issue of
PC TECHNIQUES, Volume 1, #5.

Two files related to the issue are present on this disk, but
were *not* printed in the issue itself:

SILVTEST.C is a sample program using the SilverComm Asynch Library,
which was the subject of the Critique on Page 74.

COMM_PP.ASM is the assembly-language code from the article "Extendible
Serial Port Objects", which was not printed in the magazine due to space


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