Dec 212017
 
Modemer's database. Use to keep track of downloaded files and such.
File MF-DB102.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Databases and related files
Modemer’s database. Use to keep track of downloaded files and such.
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MFCONV.C 6373 2310 deflated
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MFCONV.DLL 14659 7611 deflated
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MF.LIB 2560 612 deflated
UDK 0 0 stored
CDLL.BAT 33 33 stored
MAKEFILE 1697 658 deflated
MFUDK.C 3072 1312 deflated
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Contents of the README.TXT file


CONVERTER information

New users of MF:
You may disregard this converter. You won't need it.

The converter supplied will take an existing MF database (one with
a 'M1.00' if you try to 'TYPE' it) and convert it to M1.02 format.

The converter is supplied as a DLL and a sample C application with
the DLL code embeded in it.

You may use either or create something of your own.

MF will NOT support the old file format anymore. (If you are wondering
whether you have the old format -- type the database:
TYPE
at the DOS prompt. If it says "M1.00" then you have the old format.
(More than likely, you have the old format...)

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Using these programs:

The DLL:
You may call the DLL from C, VB, whatever with a filename (LPSTR)
of a database (no extension) to convert.
The converter will do its job and return.

The EXE:
Pass a command line parameter and the converter will convert the passed
filename.

Make your own:
You may copy this source in to your own application if you wish.

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DISCLAIMER:

This utility is provided as is with no warranty what so ever.

You should back up ANY database before you convert it -- no
guarantees are provided.




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