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Date: 04-29-92 (12:28)             Number: 59
From: TOM HAMMOND                  Refer#: NONE
  To: TOM KIEHL                     Recvd: NO  
Subj: Qprint                         Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
Tom:

Your DEBUG script file become pretty badly clobbered (technical word
meaning CORRUPTED) somewhere along the EchoMail path.  I have taken the
liberty of (hopefully) reconstituting it for those who might need it.

It appears that your .ASM file was likewise corrupted, however, I have
not spent any time on cleaning it up.

From the manner in which the file came across initially, it would appear
that your telecommunications program stripped all <CR/LF> characters
from the files as they were uploaded.  You might want to look into that
problem.

Thanks for making the all three messages available to us.  Now, if I
could just coax you into providing the syntax for the usage of
FASTPRN...

Thanks again.

Tom Hammond       N0SS

Text of Tom Kiehl's Message to Don Krouse and DEBUG Script Follow
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Don, here's a DEBUG Script for making FASTPRN.OBJ

To create the OBJ, just:

DEBUG < FASTPRN.SCR

-----------------8<-----begin cut--------8<-------------
N FASTPRN.OBJ
E 0100 80 0E 00 0C 66 61 73 74 70 72 6E 32 2E 41 53 4D
E 0110 27 88 1F 00 00 00 54 75 72 62 6F 20 41 73 73 65
E 0120 6D 62 6C 65 72 20 20 56 65 72 73 69 6F 6E 20 32
E 0130 2E 35 B4 88 14 00 40 E9 63 75 97 18 0C 66 61 73
E 0140 74 70 72 6E 32 2E 41 53 4D 69 88 03 00 40 E9 4C
E 0150 96 02 00 00 68 88 03 00 40 A1 94 96 0C 00 05 5F
E 0160 44 41 54 41 04 44 41 54 41 C2 98 07 00 48 04 00
E 0170 02 03 01 0F 96 0F 00 08 50 52 4E 5F 54 45 58 54
E 0180 04 43 4F 44 45 A0 98 07 00 68 46 00 04 05 01 A9
E 0190 96 08 00 06 44 47 52 4F 55 50 8B 9A 04 00 06 FF
E 01A0 01 5C 90 10 00 00 02 09 46 41 53 54 50 52 49 4E
E 01B0 54 00 00 00 9A 88 04 00 40 A2 01 91 A0 08 00 01
E 01C0 00 00 00 B0 00 B8 EF A0 4A 00 02 00 00 55 8B EC
E 01D0 56 57 8B 1E 00 00 33 C0 8E C0 26 80 3E 63 04 B4
E 01E0 74 04 8B 1E 02 00 8E C3 8B 46 0C 48 BB A0 00 F7
E 01F0 E3 8B 5E 0A 4B D1 E3 03 C3 8B F8 FC 8B 76 08 8B
E 0200 0C E3 0A 8B 74 02 8A 66 06 AC AB E2 FC 5F 5E 5D
E 0210 CA 08 00 08 9C 0B 00 C4 07 14 01 01 C4 17 14 01
E 0220 01 87 8A 02 00 00 74
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Tom Kiehl

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