Contents of the README.1ST file
MENDOW21.INC (Window & Menuing Routines for TURBO PASCAL)
Written By Amram Elye Dworkin
Lead PC Programmer
(301) 984-5533 (voice)
The MENDOW21.INC Routines Allow A User To Easily Create WINDOWS & MENUS.
Both The Windows & the Menus have a pleasing double line border around them.
MENDOW21 also allows Windowed Data Entry Screen Generation, but that feature
is not fully implemented as of this writing. Heres How You Use MENDOW21.INC:
The new version of MENDOWnn (MENDOW21) has been expanded to allow for moving
menus. This feature forced me to change the old versions Make_Menu routine
passing parameters so if you use MENDOW10 you should read the section on
MENU Creation in the MENDOWS.DOC file. I have also added a programming
example that should help clear up any confusion.
If you find this program of any use to you please keep your damn 25$ and use
it to buy yourself (or some poor soul) a beer or two. This was written for
my own use (which has been substantial) and if you can get something out of
it, then all the better. PD means 'Public Domain' not 'Payment Demanded'.
If however you use this software to make yourself some serious bread I would
not be averse to getting in on the action.
IF MENDOWnn.INC IS USED ON ANYTHING THAT EVEN REMOTELY RESEMBLES COMMERCIALLY
DISTRIBUTED SOFTWARE I DEMAND THAT YOU GIVE ME CREDIT FOR WRITING THIS STUFF.
IF YOU DON'T AND I FIND OUT I WILL SUE YOU. (REALLY, MY BROTHER'S A LAWYER SO
IT'S NOT SKIN OFF MY NOSE). ONE LINE ACKNOWLEDGING THE WRITER OF THE MENU
ROUTINES WILL BE SUFFICIENT. (SEE BOTTOM OF MENDOWS.DOC FOR EXAMPLE).
I truly hope you will enjoy and enhance this software (if you enhance it please
send me a copy of the new software with your version number and a description
of the changes). I'm trying to keep some kind of handle on the versions so
I would REALLY appreciate this. My address and phone can be found on the top
of this and the MENDOWS.DOC file.
ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY
Amrame E. Dworkin - Programmer At Large