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A Large collection of helpful routines.
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A Large collection of helpful routines.
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Contents of the SUCCESS.DOC file

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|| Neil J. Rubenking ||
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The Success Press Box 2795 Des Plaines, Illinois 60018

Procedures and Functions For Turbo Pascal

Version 1.07

(C) Copyright 1984 W. E. Todd

- Batch Programming -

Seterrlv Allows a program to set the DOS errorlevel
variable upon termination. The errorlevel can
be tested using the batch IF statement to find
out if the program terminated normally.
Requires DOS 2.00 or later.

- System Services - Set the cursor size. Gets the DOS release number. Requires DOS 2.00
or later. Gets the letter of the default disk drive. Sets the default disk drive. Gets the system date. Sets the system date. Gets the system time. Sets the system time. Turns disk write verification on or off. Turns Insert, Caps-Lock, Num-Lock and
Scroll-Lock on or off. Returns the number of parallel printer ports on
the system. Returns the number of RS232 serial ports on the

- Diskettes - Sets or clears the read only, hidden, system or
archive attributes of a disk file. Reads and writes the diskette directory. Gets the amount of free space on a diskette.
Requires DOS 2.00 or later. Tells if the diskette is single or double sided
and 8 or 9 sectors per track. Change the current directory. Requires DOS
2.00 or later. Create a subdirectory. Requires DOS 2.00 or
later. Remove a subdirectory. Requires DOS 2.00 or

- Input/Output - Initializes an RS-232 communications port.
Similar to the OPEN COM statement in BASIC. Returns the communications port line status and
modem status bits. Gets the parameters following the program name
on the command line, converts them to upper
case and separates them into the elements of a
string array. Gets the current video display mode. Gets the character at the current cursor
position on the screen. Gets the attribute byte of the character at the
current cursor position. Works like the BASIC INKEY$ statement. Waits
for a keyboard key to be struck and returns the
corresponding character in a string. If the
key has a two byte extended code a two byte
string is returned containing both bytes of the
extended code. Clears the keyboard buffer, waits for a key to
be struck and returns the key in a string. By
clearing the keyboard buffer this function
forces the program to wait for a key to be
struck after the function is executed. In graphics mode returns the value of the pixel
at the specified location. Returns the specified number of spaces. This
can be used like the BASIC SPC function to
insert spaces in an output record. Tabs to the specified column when writing to
the screen. Draws a box of any size on the screen. You can
specify the character(s) to be used. This is
handy for outlining windows or other text for
emphasis. Sets the vidio display border color.

- Printer - Invokes the print screen function just as
though you had typed Shift-PrtSc. Resets the printer using the BIOS printer reset
routine. This not only resets the printer, but
if the printer is off line it will be placed on
line. Returns the printer status word. This allows
you to tell if the printer is on line or out of

- Bit Manipulation - Clears any string of consecutive bits in a
word. Sets any string of consecutive bits in a word. Extracts any string of consecutive bits from a
word and returns their value as an integer. Inserts the string of bits representing an
integer at any location in a word.

- Math - Converts an integer to a hex string. For
example, 10 is converted to $000A. Converts a one to four character hex string to
an integer. For example, $FFFF returns -1. Raises an integer to an integer power. Raises a real number to a real power. Provides three routines to do date arithmetic.
One converts Gregorian date to day of century,
another converts day of century to Gregorian
date and the third determines the day of the
week from day of century.

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