Hudson Base

 BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 03-23-92 (19:45)             Number: 120
From: ZACK JONES                   Refer#: NONE
  To: JADE APISUKH                  Recvd: NO  
Subj: Hudson Base                    Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
 > Anyone got the Hudson message base structures in QuickBASIC?
 > I'm having a little trouble converting them to QB from TP...
I _think_ I may have what you need.  The entire file is
over 300 lines long so I can't post it here.  Here's a
sample, if it is what you need, let me know and we'll make
arrangements to get it to you!

' QB 4.5 code for writing a QuickBBS msg base style msg. ' By Mark E. Moran ' (c) copyright 1991 ' 1:273/603 Fidonet ' I make no guarantees on this code other than it'll take up disk space. ' IE., use it at your OWN risk (BACKUP MSG*.BBS BEFORE you use this!) ' You may use this code as you you wish, for free, but I do retain ' a copyright on it. This means you can't sell it, or redistribute it. ' If you do make improvements on this code I'd like to see them. You ' can send them or any comments to the above FIDONET address. ' Special thanks to Mike Janke, who's QBSTRUCT.BAS gave me most of the ' file structure types '
TYPE MsgIdx ' MSGIDX.BBS MsgNum AS INTEGER BoardNum AS STRING * 1 END TYPE TYPE HdrRecord ' MSGHDR.BBS msgnumb AS INTEGER replyto AS INTEGER seealso AS INTEGER tread AS INTEGER startrec1 AS STRING * 1 ' Kludge because QB can't handle startrec2 AS STRING * 1 ' unsigned integers numrecs AS INTEGER destnet AS INTEGER destnode AS INTEGER orignet AS INTEGER orignode AS INTEGER destzone AS STRING * 1 origzone AS STRING * 1 cost AS INTEGER msgattr AS STRING * 1 netattr AS STRING * 1 board AS STRING * 1 lenposttime AS STRING * 1 posttime AS STRING * 5 lenpostdate AS STRING * 1 postdate AS STRING * 8 lenwhoto AS STRING * 1 whoto AS STRING * 35 lenwhofrom AS STRING * 1 whofrom AS STRING * 35 lensubj AS STRING * 1 subj AS STRING * 72 END TYPE Take Care, Zack Jones. --- * Origin: Zack's Shack (1:387/905.1)
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