Serial Number

 BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 04-26-92 (21:24)             Number: 158
From: SCOTT WUNSCH                 Refer#: 61
  To: DAVID BLISS                   Recvd: NO  
Subj: Serial Number                  Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
 On 25 April 1992, David Bliss wrote to All...

. . .
 DB> number xxxx" at all.  You can use this nifty little program
 DB> to change serial numbers:
. . .
 DB> 'code is for QB4.0.  Changes may be required for other BASICs

  Later versions won't need unhex! - just use VAL("&H" + HexNum$).
Also, you should start your program with DEFINT A-Z, which defaults
all variables to integers - much faster and more accurate.

                                   -= Scott \\'unsch =-

... OFFLINE 1.36 * 90% of the time I'm right, so why argue
about the other 3%?

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