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  • Lance Edmonds
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    topic continued at see http://www.powerbasic.com/support/pb...ead.php?t=1024

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  • Matthias Kuhn
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    Hallo,

    I´ve started in Turbo Basic and I`m programming in PB Dos today.

    My email: [email protected]

    Regards

    Matthias Kuhn

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  • Michael Mattias
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    Not to be too skeptical but...

    "lifting the 640K limit" is not possible under MS-DOS unless you use EMS or XMS or change to your own virtual (disk) memory management.

    Twenty-bit addresses, you know.

    MCM


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  • Mel Bishop
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    What'cher e-mail address?


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  • BILL WALKER
    Guest started a topic WANTED a Turbo & Power Basic Programmer

    WANTED a Turbo & Power Basic Programmer

    A Programmer to alter Turbo Basic source code Programs
    (existing compiled source code running for about 15 years in a
    dos window) into Turbo Basic source & and compiled code for the
    main purpose of lifting the 64k limit of an array in memory used
    for scheduling of parts to be made. Right now if more than 220
    items are in the array than an "out of memory " problem exists.

    My employer does not wish to make his programs into a full
    windows application but does wish to have the memory
    limitations found under dos no longer apply.
    If I read corectly compiling his code in a WIN32 compiler after
    altering his code to suit will lift the memory restraints.

    IN EXCHANGE FOR MONEY

    I am acting as a "gofer" in this matter. When I find someone who
    can fulfil his request you will be talking to him directly.


    1-973-808-8811 then dial 0 for operator & ask for me.
    [email protected]

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    [This message has been edited by BILL WALKER (edited April 14, 2003).]
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