Dec 102017
Backup copy routine.
File BACOPY.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Backup copy routine.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
BAC.ASC 7680 2137 deflated
BAC.ASM 14080 4545 deflated
BAC.COM 1408 910 deflated
BAC.TXT 1664 774 deflated

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Contents of the BAC.TXT file

| Welcome to PC Magazine's Interactive Reader Service |
| Your SYSOP is Craig Stark. If not available through |
| our O)perator page, you may call me at (212) 503-5290. |

--- BULLETIN TOPICS (by number) ---

1. re Comments to PC
2. Expanded/reorganized PC Magazine indices, BBS, and
PCUG Listings(6/03/85)
3. New Dickinson BACopy program (Vol. 4, No. 17)(7/15/85)
4. Holzner Cache program (Vol. 4, No. 16).(7/3/85)
5. Symphony color CORRECTION and Word macro (Vol.4, No. 14)(6/14/85)
6. Subscribe to PC (or renew) via PC-IRS.
7. ASCII versions of .BAS program files now on line (5/2/85)
8. Note to SmartCom II and Crosstalk users.

--- BULLETIN NO. 3 ---

John Dickinson's "BACcopy" program (programming column, Vol. 4,
No. 17) is now on line. It dramatically eases the problem of
backing up files without DOS' cumbersome Backup-Restore procedure,
letting you use a Copy-like operation with disk changes as they
become necessary. It's a lifesaver! For the directory listings,
type L;1 from the Files menu.

BAC COM 1392 7-15-85 John Dickinson, "End Big Blue's Backup Blues,"
BAC ASM 14053 7-15-85 Vol. 4, No. 17 (August 20, 1985)
BAC ASC 7667 7-15-85 Ultimate ease in file backup

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