Contents of the LOGER.DOC file
Documentation for LOGER.COM
Written by Adam Guberman, 7/3/86
Hereby placed in the public domain.
LOGER is a simple program to keep track of your hours logged on a
computer. It can maintain up to three seperate logs at once. Its
primary purpose is to DOCUMENT your logged hours so that you may take
advantage of some of the tax laws if you use your own computer in a
With the new tax laws being passed as this is being written, I have no
Idea what benifits keeping this log will still entitle you to. However,
it still serves as a simple, accurate way of keeping track of your
hours. It uses the dos function calls to get the time and date, so you
must have these set correctly before runnign the program if it is to
Granted, you can still log on, change the time, then log off, but this
program is ment to help you keep records -- not falsify them. To run
the program, just type LOGER. You will see a screen that gives you your
options. In a nutshell, you may do any of the following:
* log on/off to any of three files.
* print the entire timelog, or the most recent 1-9 entries.
* direct output to the printer or the screen.
For those wishing to play with the files, they are kept as follows:
record of mo1,d1,y1,h1,m1,mo2,d2,y2,h2,m2,sm,sh,tm,th : integer;
file of record.
Enjoy, and I hope this program is of service to you.