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A unit to complement TurboPower's B-Tree Filer with text file functions.
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A unit to complement TurboPower’s B-Tree Filer with text file functions.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
!5X8.DOT 2819 1013 deflated
NS_TEXT.DOC 109059 26161 deflated
NS_TEXT.PAS 38295 3994 deflated
NS_TEXT.WRI 48384 14962 deflated
README.TXT 1684 839 deflated
TESTTEXT.PAS 601 305 deflated

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Contents of the README.TXT file

NS_Text V0.6 -----------------------------------------------------------------

NS_Text is designed to complement Turbo Power's B-Tree Filer and the Borland
functions, procedures, types, constants, and variables by adding text
capabilities in the form of an extendable object. There is nothing new inside
NS_Text that you can not already accomplish with Turbo Pascal - the difference
is in the way text files and / or devices can be treated as separate entities
(instances). This relives the programmer of the parameter and error checking
maintenance - allowing him to concentrate on the functionality of the program.
It also allows him to create persistent objects via collections and streams.

NS_Text.Zip contains:
* NS_Text.Pas Contains the 'TTextFile' object
* TestText.Pas A very simple example program
* ReadMe.Txt This file
* Documentation:
* NS_Text.Wri Windows Write format
* NS_Text.Doc Word for Windows format
* NS_Text.Dot Word for Windows 5.5" x 8.5" document template
The documentation use Bitstream typefaces. If you don't have
Bitstream Facelift or FontWare on your system - no problem!
The typefaces will convert to the closest match Windows can
provide with its standard typefaces. If you are using Adobe
Type Manager, the Bitstream typefaces remap to Adobe's Postscript
typefaces quite nicely.

If you would like a typeset copy of the NS_Text.Txt booklet (5.5 x 8.5 form
factor to fit into a 3-ring slip-case binder) send $7.50 to:

Attn: Michael Weber CIS [71301,1221]
Natural Systems
PO Box 968 Beacon St.
Brookline, MA 02146

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