MAXIMUS BBS

 BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 03-20-93 (21:11)             Number: 130
From: OLIVIER MASSE                Refer#: NONE
  To: STEVE PERRY                   Recvd: NO  
Subj: MAXIMUS BBS                    Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
SP> Has anyone out there done any Quickbasic programming with
SP> Maximus BBS?

Here's some code to read the USERS.BBS of Maximus BBS that
was taken from here not so long ago. Thanks to Mysterious
Stan for this!

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DEFINT A-Z
TYPE UserRec
   Name        AS STRING * 36   '  36
   City        AS STRING * 36   '  72
   Alias       AS STRING * 21   '  93
   Phone       AS STRING * 15   ' 108
   LastRead    AS INTEGER       ' 110
   TimeRemain  AS INTEGER       ' 112
   Password    AS STRING * 16   ' 128
   TimesCalled AS INTEGER       ' 130
   Help        AS STRING * 1    ' 131
   Rsvd1       AS STRING * 2    ' 133
   Video       AS STRING * 1    ' 134
   Nulls       AS STRING * 1    ' 135
   Bits1       AS STRING * 1    ' 136
   Rsvd2       AS STRING * 2    ' 138
   Bits2       AS STRING * 2    ' 140
   Priv        AS STRING * 1    ' 141
   Rsvd3       AS STRING * 19   ' 160
   StructLen   AS STRING * 2    ' 162
   OnLineTime  AS INTEGER       ' 164
   DelFlag     AS INTEGER       ' 166
   Rsvd4       AS STRING * 8    ' 174
   ScrWidth    AS STRING * 1    ' 175
   ScrLength   AS STRING * 1    ' 176
   Credit      AS INTEGER       ' 178
   Debit       AS INTEGER       ' 180
   XPriv       AS STRING * 2    ' 182
   XPDate      AS INTEGER       ' 184  Need Date to INT Routine
   XPTime      AS INTEGER       ' 186  Need Time to INT Routine
   XMins       AS STRING * 4    ' 190
   XFlags      AS STRING * 1    ' 191
   XReserved   AS STRING * 1    ' 192
   LUDate      AS INTEGER       ' 194  Need Date to INT Routine
   LuTime      AS INTEGER       ' 196  Need Time to INT Routine
   UserKeys    AS STRING * 4    ' 200            /\
   Language    AS STRING * 1    ' 201            ||
   Protocol    AS STRING * 1    ' 202      Available in Tom
   KUpload     AS LONG          ' 206      Hanlin's PBCLONE
   KDnload     AS LONG          ' 210          Library
   KDnloadTdy  AS LONG          ' 214
   LMsgArea    AS STRING * 10   ' 224
   LFilArea    AS STRING * 10   ' 234
   Compress    AS STRING * 1    ' 235
   Rsvd5       AS STRING * 1    ' 236
   Extra       AS STRING * 4    ' 240
END TYPE
DIM User AS UserRec
'Be sure to test this on a COPY of your USER.BBS file
OPEN "USER.BBS" FOR RANDOM AS #1 LEN = LEN(User)
MaxRec = LOF(1) / LEN(User)
X = 1
GetRec:
CLS
GET #1, X, User
PRINT "User ===============> "; User.Name;
PRINT "   ";
PRINT "Record " + STR$(X) + " of " + STR$(MaxRec)
PRINT "User City ==========> "; User.City
PRINT "User Alias==========> "; User.Alias
PRINT "User Phone =========> "; User.Phone
PRINT "LastRead   =========> "; STR$(User.LastRead)
PRINT "Time Remaining =====> "; STR$(User.TimeRemain)
PRINT "Password ===========> "; User.Password
PRINT "Times Called =======> "; STR$(User.TimesCalled)
PRINT "Help Level =========> "; ASC(User.Help)
 IF ASC(User.Video) = 0 THEN
    Video$ = "TTY"
 ELSEIF ASC(User.Video) = 1 THEN
    Video$ = "ANSI"
 ELSEIF ASC(User.Video) = 2 THEN
    Video$ = "AVATAR"
 END IF
PRINT "Video ==============> "; Video$
PRINT "Nulls ==============> "; ASC(User.Nulls)
PRINT "Bits1 ==============> "; ASC(User.Bits1)
PRINT "Bits2 ==============> "; ASC(User.Bits2)
PRINT "Access Level =======> "; ASC(User.Priv)
PRINT "StructLen ==========> "; ASC(User.StructLen)
PRINT "Time On Line =======> "; STR$(User.OnLineTime)
PRINT "Delete Flag ========> "; STR$(User.DelFlag)
PRINT "Screen Width =======> "; ASC(User.ScrWidth)
PRINT "Screen Length ======> "; ASC(User.ScrLength)
PRINT "Credit =============> "; STR$(User.Credit)
PRINT "Debit ==============> "; STR$(User.Debit)
PRINT "XPriv ==============> "; User.XPriv
PRINT "XPDate =============> "; User.XPDate
PRINT "XPMins =============> "; User.XMins;
GOSUB WaitKey
CLS
PRINT "XFlags =============> "; User.XFlags
PRINT "XReserved ==========> "; User.XReserved
PRINT "LuDate =============> "; User.LuDate
PRINT "UserKeys ===========> "; User.UserKeys
PRINT "Language ===========> "; User.Language
PRINT "Protocol ===========> "; User.Protocol
PRINT "KUpload ============> "; STR$(User.KUpload)
PRINT "KDnload ============> "; STR$(User.KDnload)
PRINT "KDnloadTdy =========> "; STR$(User.KDnloadTdy)
PRINT "Last Message Area ==> "; User.LMsgArea
PRINT "Last File Area =====> "; User.LFilArea
PRINT "Compress ===========> "; User.Compress
Bits1% = ASC(User.Bits1)
 IF Bits1% AND 1 THEN HotKey$ = "Yes" ELSE HotKey$ = "No"
 IF Bits1% AND 2 THEN ChatAvail$ = "Yes" ELSE ChatAvail$ = "No"
 IF Bits1% AND 4 THEN Maxed$ = "Yes" ELSE Maxed$ = "No"
 IF Bits1% AND 8 THEN Nerd$ = "Yes" ELSE Nerd$ = "No"
 IF Bits1% AND 16 THEN InUserList$ = "Yes" ELSE InUserList$ = "No"
PRINT "Hotkeys ============> "; HotKey$
PRINT "ChatAvail ==========> "; ChatAvail$
PRINT "Maxed ==============> "; Maxed$
PRINT "Nerd ===============> "; Nerd$
PRINT "InUserList =========> "; InUserList$
PRINT ""
GOSUB WaitKey
X = X + 1      ' Get the next record
IF X > MaxRec THEN CLOSE : END
GOTO GetRec
CLOSE:END
WaitKey:
  A$ = INKEY$: IF A$ = "" THEN GOTO WaitKey
  IF A$ = CHR$(27) THEN CLOSE : END
RETURN
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  This will get you a bit closer to the USER.BBS struct.......
As mentioned, should have something quite solid for you to FREQ by this
weekend.
Have a good one!
Stan

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Here you go. Hope this helps,

                        -=> Olivier

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