Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : BEDIT30.ZIP
Filename : PRODUCTS.DOC

 
Output of file : PRODUCTS.DOC contained in archive : BEDIT30.ZIP
Parity Solutions is dedicated to providing quality software that is
truly useful and affordable to the home user as well as to major
corporations. All of these products are used extensively at a
Dallas-based Fortune 100 company where the owners of Parity
Solutions are employed.

As a registered user of any product, you are entitled to a 20%
discount on the first license of any other product we produce.
Simply provide the product name and your serial number with your
order, and subtract 20% from the price.

To keep our prices low, we do not ship diskettes. All distribution
is via CompuServe CIS and ZiffNet at this time. You can apply your
serial number to any upgrades posted.

Below are the current offerings of Parity Solutions. Download them
and check them out. Please note that sysops can change file names
and move them among their libraries at will. If you can't find
one, use the BROWSE function on ALL libraries with the appropriate
keyword: CATBOX, EXC, BEDIT or GEDIT.


Catalog ToolBox v1.6: Control your CIS catalogs!

Control your CompuServe long library listings. Sort catalogs by
date, lib, name, ext, type, ID, count or size. 1-4 sort keys
asc/desc. Display, delete, extract and move entries using search
features and date ranges. Search entire abstract, not just
keywords. Finds phrases that span lines. Create OZCIS automated
download processing files. A great addition to your current CIS
communications program. Versatile print. Convert nonstandard
format catalogs. Reads any format. Standalone sort and file
timestamp utilities included. $30.

CIS:NOVUSER LIB 9 -CATBOX.ZIP
CIS:IMBCOM LIB 2 -CATBOX.ZIP
CIS:TAPCIS LIB 2 -CATBOX.ZIP
CIS:CIMSUPP LIB 3 -CATBOX.ZIP
ZNT:PBS LIB 1 -CBOX.ZIP
ZNT:TIPS LIB 11 -CBOX.ZIP



EXC v2.4: Task automation / script processor

Finally! A script processor for DOS apps that works like your comm scripts.
Key on timing, data on the screen, data not on the screen, etc. Enter
programmed keystrokes. Loop processing and branching. Automate menu/
dialogue box DOS applications easily! NOT A TSR! Great for NBACKUP and
Novell menu utilities. 1,000s of uses! Easy! Over 30 script commands.
Throw your key stuffers away. $20. My personal favorite.

CIS:NOVUSER LIB 1 -EXC.ZIP
CIS:IBMSYS LIB 3 -EXC.ZIP
CIS:ZENITH LIB 5 -EXC.ZIP
ZNT:PBS LIB 1 -EXC.ZIP



BEDIT v3.0: Binary file full screen editor.

Only the best, easiest-to-use full screen binary file editor you will ever
see! File is displayed in side-by-side hex/ASCII dump format and you can
edit either side. Simple typeover editing and searching in hex or ASCII.
Insert and delete bytes or blocks. Easiest way to apply patches. Never
use DEBUG to modify a binary file again! Print files in dump format. EMS
& B/W support. Cut, paste, copy, fill. $24.

CIS:NOVUSER LIB 8 -BEDIT.ZIP
CIS:IBMSYS LIB 6 -BEDIT.ZIP
CIS:ZENITH LIB 5 -BEDIT.ZIP
ZNT:PBS LIB 1 -BEDI2.ZIP



GEDIT v2.2: Global string search/replace

User's of Borland's GREP know the value of being able to scan all text files
in a directory for a given string. Generally you use this to locate batch,
data, source, Windows .INI or configuration files that need to be modified,
as when you move an application to a different volume. GEDIT takes it a step
further and lets you specify a replace string to insert in the files in place
of the search string. $12.

CIS:NOVUSER LIB 1 -GEDIT.ZIP
CIS:IBMSYS LIB 6 -GEDIT.ZIP
CIS:ZENITH LIB 5 -GEDIT.ZIP
ZNT:PBS LIB 1 -GEDIT.ZIP


  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : BEDIT30.ZIP
Filename : PRODUCTS.DOC

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/