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1997\03\20@160845 by Barbaros ASUROGLU

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Hello everybody,

I am after the serial data port library of the database program CLIPPER.

I know you will think that what this has got to do with this mail list
but this library will be used to send data to a pic 16c64 based public
display system which needs also database on PC side.

If anyone would be helpful to point out an address or could attach and
send me the library will be appreciated..


Thanks a lot .....

Barbaros



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1997\03\20@170946 by Scott Horton

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Barbaros,

You didn't say which version but I guess it dosen't matter since I don't
know of any serial libraries that aren't copyrighted.  There are some
serial functions in the Clipper tools package and several 3rd party
companies sell them.  FWIW, Zac catalog sells them 1-800-clipper (USA).  I
recommend Telepathy (~$154 U.S$)

You might try Compuserv, they have an excellent clipper forum.  Maybe
someone there could help.

1997\03\21@051523 by efoc

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Barbaros ASUROGLU wrote:
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All the serial tools you require are a part of the CT.LIB clipper tools
library. this is available from CA.
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Cheers Peter ..........

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1997\03\21@071629 by Andy Kunz

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>You didn't say which version but I guess it dosen't matter since I don't
>know of any serial libraries that aren't copyrighted.  There are some
>serial functions in the Clipper tools package and several 3rd party
>companies sell them.  FWIW, Zac catalog sells them 1-800-clipper (USA).  I
>recommend Telepathy (~$154 U.S$)

I take back my offer to look.  Telepathy is much better...

Zac is on the web now.  They aren't publishing any more printed Clipper
catalogs.

http://www.zaccatalog.com

Have fun!

Andy

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1997\03\21@071632 by Andy Kunz

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At 11:09 PM 3/20/97 -0800, you wrote:
>Hello everybody,
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>I am after the serial data port library of the database program CLIPPER.

Which version?  I had one for S87 that I did myself.  Basically, you can
open a file with fopen() named "COM1:" I forget if it used the BASIC
syntax, or if it just opened with the default parameters.

Wasn't tough, though.

Andy


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