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The WORLD DIGITIZED is a compilation of more than 100,000 points of latitude and longitude that form the outlines of the entire world's coastlands, islands, lakes, and national boundaries in great detail. The data is organized by continent. Disk 494 is required to expand the data to ASCII and also contains Africa, Antarctica, Australia, and South America. Disk 495 contains Asia and Europe. 496 contains North America and Greenland. As distributed it is a pure database and has no programs to display the data. The basic display disk is made available to those who register. It contains two display programs: a user-modifiable BASIC version and a more advanced windowing version written in C and requiring a mouse. It also contains programs to reduce the number of data points and to transform the data for Mercator projection. It really is a small world and now you can have it all.
The World Digitized copyrite.txt vs 1.3 April 1987 If you have obtained The World Digitized from a share-ware organization or from a friend, you are encouraged to register it by sending $12 to The World Digitized Basic Display Disk, Dept PC-SIG 166 Shady Lane Apollo, PA 15613 You will be sent the latest version of The Basic Display Disk including display program in BASIC IEEE double floating format to MS (BASIC) format routine program to reduce detail of map files program to convert ASCII map files (.mp1) to binary Mercator projection format (.mp2) and will be placed on a list to receive news of updates and of any new products. Additionally, those who are really into C language graphics programming can obtain the source of The Simple Display Program (Tutorial I - V) an Alaska demo program to reduce detail of map files (Tutorial XV) program to convert .mp1 files to .mp2 format by sending $19 to The World Digitized C Source Disk, Dept PC-SIG 166 Shady Lane Apollo, PA 15613 Unfortunately executable versions of the C language graphics programs are not included because of sub-licensing restrictions. The World Digitized and its derivatives are Copyright 1986 by John B. Allison. Permission for non-commercial duplication is granted provided that the file bearing this copyright notice is included with each copy. Prior written permission must be obtained for the commericial distribution of The World Digitized. Commericial license for The World Digitized data embedded within your own application is reasonably priced.
Disk No #496 Program Title: The World Digitized version 1.3 (disk 3 of 3) PC-SIG version 1.4 The World Digitized is a collection of more than 100,000 points of latitude and longitude. When connected together, these co-ordinates form outlines of the entire world's coastlands, islands, lakes, and national boundaries in surprising detail. The World Digitized is a pure data base and as such contains no programs to display the data. Because many would like a starter display program to customize with their own ideas, The World Digitized Basic Display Disk is made available to those who register their copy of The World Digitized. (See the REGSTRTN.LTR file.) Usage: database System Requirements: IBM PC or close compatible, 1 floppy drive, 1 hard drive, Dos 2.0 or later. Suggested Registration: $19.00 File Descriptions: COPYRITE TXT Copyright notice NORTHAME<DIR> Northern hemisphere data directory PC-SIG 1030D E Duane Avenue Sunnyvale Ca. 94086 (408) 730-9291 (c) Copyright 1987 PC-SIG
Volume in drive A has no label Directory of A:\ COPYRITE TXT 1781 4-23-87 8:20p FILES496 TXT 1066 6-09-24 2:22p NORTHAME <DIR> 3 file(s) 2847 bytes Directory of A:\NORTHAME . <DIR> .. <DIR> NA0 MPS 69492 1-16-86 8:56p NA1 MPS 156264 1-16-86 9:09p NA2 MPS 27571 1-16-86 9:12p NA3 MPS 3244 1-16-86 9:12p USA0 MPS 13594 1-16-86 9:13p USA1 MPS 2042 1-16-86 9:14p GR0 MPS 48423 1-16-86 9:18p GR1 MPS 19060 1-16-86 9:20p PA1 MPS 9221 1-16-86 9:21p 11 file(s) 348911 bytes Total files listed: 14 file(s) 351758 bytes 4096 bytes free