Category : Databases and related files
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PC-AREACODE
Version 2.1
February 19, 1990

This version (2.1) of PC-Areacode is a minor upgrade/revision of the
program and its data files. We fixed a couple of bugs and made a few
cosmetic changes; everything else has stayed the same.

o Version 2.0 did not properly identify the states served by the
areacodes 213, 516, 805 or 806. This bug has been fixed.

o We fixed a bug in the search algorithm that prevented the program
from finding some capitalized entries in the database properly.

o Contrary to the directions in the manual, it was not possible to
run PC-Areacode in non-TSR mode from another directory. If you
tried this, the program usually couldn't find the configuration
file, even if your PATH statement contained the proper directories.
This bug has been fixed.

o New large and small datafiles have been prepared for both Texas and
New Jersey, which are adding areacodes within the next year. These
are labelled TX_NEW.DAT, TX_NEW.BIG, NJ_NEW.DAT and NJ_NEW.BIG.
When the new areacodes go into effect, simply rename the
appropriate files to TX.DAT or NJ.DAT to use the revised data.

o The big data files are now compressed using the newest version of
PKWARE's ZIP program. The methodology for uncompressing these
files is slightly changed.

o The data files have been updated to correct all mistakes found
since the last update. Some additional cities have also been
added.

Finally, we are working on a new versions of PC-Areacode which will
use just 5 or 10 K of memory. Registered users will be notified when
this program is available.


  3 Responses to “Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : PCAREA21.ZIP
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  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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