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The files on the disk contain many useful routines including LUMP which is used to join files together for BBS file transfer. Inversely the UNLUMP routine separates the files. This disk also contains a UNIX- type GREP string search function. System Requirements: Optional C compiler How to Start: To read the files with the DOC extension enter TYPE filename.DOC <ENTER>. To run files with EXE extention, type: filename <ENTER>. To run the programs with the C extension, refer to your C manual for compilation and linkage. File Descriptions: LUMP DOC Documentation for LUMP UNLUMP EXE Program to split files apart LUMP EXE Program to lump files together UNLUMP C Source code for UNLUMP LUMP C Source code for LUMP GREP EXE Unix like grep command to find strings in files GREP DOC Documentation for GREP CC C Source code for CC CC OBJ Object file for CC CC EXE c program checker CC DOC Documentation for CC XC EXE Xreference utility for c programs XC C Source code for LUMP XC DOC Documentation for XC GREP C Source code for LUMP README Notes about the files on this disk
CC (C Checker) C Source Paren, bracket and comment Checker T. Jennings -- Sometime in 1983 Very crude but very effective C source debugger. Counts the numbers of matching braces, parenthesis and comments, and displays them at the left edge of the screen. The best way to see what it does is to do it; try CC file Properly handles parens and brackets inside comments; they are ignored.
PC-SIG Disk No. #149, version v1 The following is a list of the file checksums which should be produced by the CRCK4 program on disk #9 (and others). If the CRC numbers do not match you may have a bad file. To use type: CRCK4 <filespec> CRCK4 output for this disk: CRCK ver 4.2B (MS DOS VERSION ) CTL-S pauses, CTL-C aborts --> FILE: LUMP .DOC CRC = 4A 2A --> FILE: LUMP .C CRC = E3 67 --> FILE: UNLUMP .C CRC = E6 72 --> FILE: LUMP .EXE CRC = DD D3 --> FILE: UNLUMP .EXE CRC = 5B 7A --> FILE: GREP .DOC CRC = E9 C8 --> FILE: GREP .EXE CRC = 1C 36 --> FILE: GREP .C CRC = E1 D9 --> FILE: XC .DOC CRC = CE EE --> FILE: XC .C CRC = 90 7A --> FILE: XC .EXE CRC = 0E 84 --> FILE: CC .DOC CRC = 5B 7E --> FILE: CC .EXE CRC = F5 E8 --> FILE: CC .OBJ CRC = E0 9E --> FILE: CC .C CRC = 4D E7 --> FILE: README . CRC = F6 67 --> FILE: CRC .TXT CRC = 55 C3 --> FILE: CRCK4 .COM CRC = BD 22 ---------------------> SUM OF CRCS = 2C 4A DONE These and other Public Domain and user-supported programs from: PC Software Interest Group 1125 Stewart Ct Suite G Sunnyvale, CA 94086 (408) 730-9291
GREP ==== GREP searches a file for a given pattern. Execute by: grep [flags] regular_expression file_list Flags are single characters preceeded by '-': -c Only a count of matching lines is printed -f Print file name for matching lines switch, see below -n Each line is preceeded by its line number -v Only print non-matching lines The file_list is a list of files. The file name is normally printed if there is a file given. The -f flag reverses this action (print name no file, not if more). The regular_expression defines the pattern to search for. Upper- and lower-case are always ignored. Blank lines never match. The expression should be quoted to prevent file-name translation. x An ordinary character (not mentioned below) matches that character. '\' The backslash quotes any character. "\$" matches a dollar-sign. '^' A circumflex at the beginning of an expression matches the beginning of a line. '$' A dollar-sign at the end of an expression matches the end of a line. '.' A period matches any character except "new-line". ':a' A colon matches a class of characters described by the following ':d' character. ":a" matches any alphabetic, ":d" matches digits, ':n' ":n" matches alphanumerics, ": " matches spaces, tabs, and ': ' other control characters, such as new-line. '*' An expression followed by an asterisk matches zero or more occurrances of that expression: "fo*" matches "f", "fo" "foo", etc. '+' An expression followed by a plus sign matches one or more occurrances of that expression: "fo+" matches "fo", etc. '-' An expression followed by a minus sign optionally matches the expression. '' A string enclosed in square brackets matches any character in that string, but no others. If the first character in the string is a circumflex, the expression matches any character except "new-line" and the characters in the string. For example, "[xyz]" matches "xx" and "zyx", while "[^xyz]" matches "abc" but not "axb". A range of characters may be specified by two characters separated by "-". Note that, [a-z] matches alphabetics, while [z-a] never matches. The concatenation of regular expressions is a regular expression. History: Obtained from the CP/M SIG on CompuServe in 1983. The program program contained this notice: The information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by Digital Equipment Corporation or by DECUS. Neither Digital Equipment Corporation, DECUS, nor the authors assume any responsibility for the use or reliability of this document or the described software. Copyright (C) 1980, DECUS General permission to copy or modify, but not for profit, is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice is included and reference made to the fact that reproduction privileges were granted by DECUS. Runs on the Decus compiler or on vms. Converted for BDS compiler (under CP/M-80), 20-Jan-83, by Chris Kern. Converted to IBM PC with CI-C86 C Compiler June 1983 by David N. Smith. (CompuServe 73145,153. Address: 44 Ole Musket Lane, Danbury, CT 06810) Compiled using DeSmet in November 1983.
Lump together a group of files ============================== Usage: lump outfile infile1 ... Lump all input files into the output file, each being preceeded with a line identifying itself: *FILE: filename.ext Input files must contain only printable ASCII characters. If the output file exists, the program aborts. If no parameters are given the program tells about itself. Use UNLUMP to break apart the file.
XC - A 'C' Concordance (XREF) Utility ======================================= 'XC' is a cross-reference utility for 'C' programs. Its has the ability to handle nested include files to a depth of 8 levels and properly processes nested comments. Option flags support the following features: - Routing of list output to disk - Cross-referencing of reserved words - Processing of nested include files - Generation of listing only - Output page width Usage: xc <filename> ... <flag(s)> All files listed are crossreferenced together. The veriable listing will show every occurance, for example, of 'var' in every file. Flags: -i = Enable file inclusion -l = Generate listing only -r = Cross-ref reserved words -o <filename> = Write output to named file -w width = Width of output page; default=78 Flags must follow all filenames Examples: xc my.c xc main.c sub1.c sub2.c sub3.c -o xref.lst -w 120 History: Version 1.0 January, 1982 Copyright (c) 1982 by Philip N. Hisley Philip N. Hisley 548H Jamestown Court Edgewood, Maryland 21040 (301) 679-4606 Released for non-commercial distribution only Converted to IBM/PC CI/C86 by David N. Smith, May/June 1983 with enhancements and Lattice compiler support in December 1983. David N. Smith 44 Ole Musket Lane Danbury, CT 06810 (203) 748-5934 CompuServe: 73145,153 Changes Copyright (c) 1983 by David N. Smith Permission granted to copy for non-commercial purporses. PC Enhancements include: 1) Nested #INCLUDE statements 2) Single spaced cross-reference list 3) Removal of tabbing on output device (Since many printers don't support it) 4) #INCLUDE statements with both "--" and <--> syntax and with a full fileid in the quotes. (Paths are not supported.) 5) Multiple input filenames on command line. The current PC version only supports Lattice. Conversion to others should be relatively easy but see the compile time variable "Lattice" for compiler specific sections.
Volume in drive A has no label Directory of A:\ CC C 3294 4-15-84 3:15p CC DOC 466 4-15-84 3:19p CC EXE 12160 4-15-84 3:17p CC OBJ 990 4-15-84 3:16p CRC TXT 1405 11-14-84 8:53a CRCK4 COM 1536 10-21-82 7:54p GREP C 16726 11-29-83 11:14a GREP DOC 3467 2-05-84 11:55a GREP EXE 18432 12-05-83 6:08p LUMP C 1099 12-30-83 1:33p LUMP DOC 489 2-05-84 11:59a LUMP EXE 11904 12-30-83 1:34p README 1274 4-15-84 3:41p UNLUMP C 1437 12-30-83 1:25p UNLUMP EXE 14336 12-30-83 1:41p XC C 24797 2-04-84 2:47p XC DOC 2237 2-05-84 11:48a XC EXE 19072 1-01-84 12:13p 18 file(s) 135121 bytes 22016 bytes free