Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : WINCHE14.ZIP
Filename : REGISTER.TXT

 
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5/16/92 Registration for CHEMICAL for Windows Version 1.40

CHEMICAL for Windows is a Public Domain Program and should
not be sold for more than the distribution cost. The latest
version is available from the author. CHEMICAL for Windows
is written in Borlandc C++ using the object oriented features.

The source code is available so users can modify the code.
However, the source code is not public domain and should not
be distributed.

This is a list of other programs that are available:

CHEMICAL for DOS is similiar to CHEMICAL for Windows, but does
not require a fast 386 or 486 computer. Atoms are selected
from a Periodic Table (using the A command) and electron
orbital information retrieved. The Atoms are then bonded
(using the B command). The chemical is displayed as it is
being constructed. The chemical can be viewed from different
directions by using the up and down cursor keys and the V
command. If desired the Hybrid and Ionize commands can be used
to alter the orbitals before bonding. This program is written
in Turbo PROLOG and requires a graphics monitor and 640 Kbytes
of RAM.

CHEMVIEW for DOS is a companion program that shows 3-dimensional
animation of the models generated with CHEMICAL. CHEMVIEW
requires an EGA/VGA board and monitor. CHEMVIEW is written in
Turbo PROLOG with the graphics routines written in Turbo C.
Version 2.0 is for use with Chemical for DOS and Version 2.1
is for use with Chemical for Windows.

CRYSTAL for DOS is companion program that places atoms on a
lattice framework to form crystal structures. The structure is
defined by a text file. A text editor is built into the
program. The text file is converted to a image that is shown
rotating in three dimensions. An EGA or VGA monitor is
required. This program is written in Turbo PROLOG and uses
the Turbo PROLOG Toolbox.


BIOCHEM for DOS is a companion program that combines files made
with CHEMICAL for DOS into larger molecules. Chemical groups can
be bonded together using Covalent, Ionic, Hydrogen, or Peptide
bonds. BIOCHEM works with a CGA, EGA, or VGA monitor. This
program is written in Turbo PROLOG with subroutines in Turbo C.

PLANETS computes information relating to the position,
distance, magnitude, orbit view, skyview, etc. for the major
planets, four minor planets, and halley's comet on a specified
date and time. Also, orbital data for any desired planet or
comet can be entered and saved in a disk file. Skyview and
orbital views can shown in forward or backward motion. The moons
for each planet can be displayed. This program requires a
graphics display and 256K bytes of memory. The latest
version is 4.1. This program is written in Turbo PASCAL version
5.0.













5/16/92 Registration for CHEMICAL for Windows Version 1.4

Larry Puhl
6 Plum Court
Sleepy Hollow, Ill. 60118

ORDER FORM:

CHEMICAL for WINDOWS $20 ____

CHEMICAL for WINDOWS with Source Code $30 ____

CHEMICAL/CHEMVIEW/CRYSTAL/BIOCHEM (as a package) $20 ____

CHEMICAL/CHEMVIEW/CRYSTAL/BIOCHEM with Source Code $30 ____

PLANETS with Source Code $10 ____

Shipping outside of USA $5 ____
(please send check drawn on US bank or cash)

TOTAL ____


3 1/2 720 Kbytes disks ___ 5 1/4 360 Kbyte disks ___


(Updates for Registered Users are half price)




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  3 Responses to “Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : WINCHE14.ZIP
Filename : REGISTER.TXT

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