Category : Files from Magazines
Archive   : WDAPR92.ZIP
Filename : 3N04035A

 
Output of file : 3N04035A contained in archive : WDAPR92.ZIP
/*
* EASYFAX.H: Prototypes and constants for EASYFAX.C
*
*/

typedef struct FB_STATE_REC {
BYTE mux_num; /* For INT 2Fh calls */
WORD client_id; /* Returned by FaxBios */
int retry; /* How many times to retry */
} FB_STATE;

/* Retry values for FAXB_Func */
#define INF_RETRY (-1)
#define NO_RETRY 0

#define MULTIPLEX 0x2F

BYTE FAXB_Find(void);
WORD FAXB_Func(int function, void far *structure, int size,
FB_STATE *fb_state);
WORD FAXB_GraphGetFileType(char *filename, WORD *file_type,
WORD *file_support_cap, FB_STATE *fb_state);
WORD FAXB_PdirClose(WORD pdir_handle, FB_STATE *fb_state);
WORD FAXB_PdirOpen(WORD *pdir_handle, char *dir_filename,
WORD rw_mode, WORD *num_persons, FB_STATE *fb_state);
WORD FAXB_PdirReadPerson(WORD pdir_handle,
struct PDIR_PERSON_REC *person, FB_STATE *fb_state);
WORD FAXB_SchedAddDest(WORD sched_handle,
struct PDIR_CANONICAL_REC *can_person, FB_STATE *fb_state);
WORD FAXB_SchedAddFile(WORD sched_handle, char *filename,
WORD file_type, char* use_font, FB_STATE *fb_state);
WORD FAXB_SchedClose(WORD sched_handle, WORD *envelope_id,
FB_STATE *fb_state);
WORD FAXB_SchedOpen(WORD *sched_handle, FB_STATE *fb_state);
WORD FAXB_SchedSetParam(WORD sched_handle, FB_STATE *fb_state);
WORD FAXB_SysGetFaxAppInfo(struct SYS_FAXAPP_INFO_REC *app_info,
FB_STATE *fb_state);
WORD FAXB_SysLogin(struct PC_LOGIN_REC *login_info, BYTE mux_num);
WORD FAXB_SysLogout(FB_STATE *fb_state);
int far_strncmp(char far *s1, char far *s2, int length);


  3 Responses to “Category : Files from Magazines
Archive   : WDAPR92.ZIP
Filename : 3N04035A

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