Com Port

 BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 04-18-92 (18:12)             Number: 102
From: TOM GRIFFIN                  Refer#: NONE
  To: JEREMY KEYS                   Recvd: NO  
Subj: Com Port                       Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
JK>       How do you throw all information to the com port?
JK>  Like programming a
JK>door.  I'm a beginner without a book.  Really pathetic
JK>eh?  I don't even have
JK>the version of Quick Basic that compiles to EXE format.. I'm getting it
JK>though!
JK>                                                       Jeremy Keys

I am new to programming doors also.  But, the System Operator of the system
I enjoy scarfed me a copy of X00 and Quick Door software.  I went and
snarfed a null modem cable and hooked it up between COM1 and COM2 and run
Remote Access on COM1 and use my terminal program on COM2.  BTW, I do this
with Desqview.  Makes it a heckuva lot easier than uploading the new
version of the program just to find that the last bug you fixed caused three
new ones to appear!
Later,
Tom Griffin, II

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