Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
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MOREMORE version 1.01

Copyright (c) 1993

by

Jeffrey S. Laing
JSL Software
1634 PDA
Torrance CA, 90501-4942
(310) 533-6859 voice
(310) 328-6280 fax

WHAT IT IS:
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MOREMORE is a replacement for DOS's MORE utility. For those of you who
don't know what the MORE utility does, it simply paginates the standard
output device (your console). For example:

MORE < MOREMORE.DOC
Displays the contents of this file, one page at a
time on the console. You could also type:

TYPE MOREMORE.DOC | MORE

If you are unfamiliar with the redirection and pipe functions of DOS,
consult your documentation.


I wrote MOREMORE because I am a unix user. Unix's more utility provides
many more features than the DOS equivalent. This program does not provide
all of the features of the unix version but it does provide the ones which
I miss in the DOS version. The following features are supported:

- Advance one line (return)
- Advance one page (spacebar) (or any other key not listed here)
- Backup one page (B)
- Quit (Q) (or control-C)
- Display the percentage of the file that has been viewed (if possible)
- Accepts a single filename argument

This version of MOREMORE will accept a single filename (or device) argument.
Wildcard expansion is not supported. If you wish to view multiple files,
use a file viewer or the MOREWILD.BAT batch file included with this release.


SETUP AND USAGE:
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1) Rename MOREMORE.COM to MORE.COM.
(At the dos command prompt type: RENAME MOREMORE.COM MORE.COM)

2) Get rid of DOS's MORE.COM.
(At the dos command prompt type: DELETE C:\DOS\MORE.COM)
Note: If you feel uneasy about deleting DOS's MORE, rename it to
something which will not interfere with the search hierarchy
(such as OLDMORE.COM).

3) Copy MORE.COM to your DOS directory.
(At the dos command prompt type: COPY MORE.COM C:\DOS\MORE.COM)

4) That's it! DOS will now use MOREMORE instead of its version of MORE.


CHANGE HISTORY:
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Version 1.00 had a problem with lines longer than the screen width. This
has been corrected in version 1.01.

Version 1.00 had a bug which would lock up the computer if "MORE CON" was
attempted. This has been corrected in version 1.01.

Version 1.01 now allows the /? parameter. This parameter displays a breif
help screen. DOS 5 uses this feature for the on-line "HELP" utility.
DOS 6 uses this feature for the on-line "FASTHELP" utility.

Version 1.01 of MOREMORE is now shipped as a .COM file.
Previously it was an .EXE file.


REGISTRATION:
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There is no registration required to use this program. You hereby granted
permission to use MOREMORE for any purpose whatsoever. If you are interested
in obtaining the source code, or want technical support, you must register
your copy of MOREMORE with JSL Software. Registration costs $20.00 and
entitles you to a copy of the source code (provided that a self addressed
stamped diskette mailer, and diskette were sent with your payment) and
10 minutes of telephone support should you need any. Send your payment
and materials to the above address.


LICENSE/WARRANTY:
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I MAKE NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND.

THE AUTHOR SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OF DATA OR PROPERTY
WHICH MAY BE CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY THE USE OF THIS PROGRAM.


DISTRIBUTION:
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This program can be freely distributed as SHAREWARE! in its ORIGINAL .ZIP
file only. NO alterations can be made to the .ZIP file or to the program
without the prior written consent of the author.



  3 Responses to “Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : MMORE101.ZIP
Filename : MOREMORE.DOC

  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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