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  • Robert DeBolt
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    Then this may help:

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       HUMAN ORIENTED PRINTABLE ASCII CHARACTER TABLE * NUL = 0 * (c) haml 1993
    !=33 )=41 1=49 9=57 Aa=65/97  Ii=73/105 Qq=81/113 Yy=89/121 SCH=1  HT=9  DC1=17
    "=34 *=42 2=50 :=58 Bb=66/98  Jj=74/106 Rr=82/114 Zz=90/122 STX=2  LF=10 DC2=18
    #=35 +=43 3=51 ;=59 Cc=67/99  Kk=75/107 Ss=83/115 [{=91/123 ETX=3  VT=11 DC3=19
    $=36 ,=44 4=52 <=60 Dd=68/100 Ll=76/108 Tt=84/116 \|=92/124 EOT=4  FF=12 DC4=20
    %=37 -=45 5=53 ==61 Ee=69/101 Mm=77/109 Uu=85/117 ]}=93/125 ENQ=5  CR=13 NAK=21
    &=38 .=46 6=54 >=62 Ff=70/102 Nn=78/110 Vv=86/118 ^~=94/126 ACK=6  SO=14 SYN=22
    '=39 /=47 7=55 ?=63 Gg=71/103 Oo=79/111 Ww=87/119 _`=95/96  BEL=7  SI=15 ETB=23
    (=40 0=48 8=56 @=64 Hh=72/104 Pp=80/112 Xx=88/120  DEL=127   BS=8 DLE=16 CAN=24
    
    INKEY$ ASCII Codes
    Keypress      Plain   +Shift  +Ctrl   +Alt        +Ctrl  +Alt
    ---------------------------------------------   ---------------
    Backspace     8               127     0+14      A   1    0+30
    Tab           9       0+15    0+148   0+165     B   2    0+48
    Enter         13              10         28     C   3    0+46
    ESC           27                                D   4    0+32
    F1            0+59    0+84    0+94    0+104     E   5    0+18
    F2            0+60    0+85    0+95    0+105     F   6    0+33
    F3            0+61    0+86    0+96    0+106     G   7    0+34
    F4            0+62    0+87    0+97    0+107     H   8    0+35
    F5            0+63    0+88    0+98    0+108     I   9    0+23
    F6            0+64    0+89    0+99    0+109     J   10   0+36
    F7            0+65    0+90    0+100   0+110     K   11   0+37
    F8            0+66    0+91    0+101   0+111     L   12   0+38
    F9            0+67    0+92    0+102   0+112     M   13   0+50
    F10           0+68    0+93    0+103   0+113     N   14   0+49
    F11           0+133   0+135   0+137   0+139     O   15   0+24
    F12           0+134   0+136   0+138   0+140     P   16   0+25
    Up Arrow      0+72            0+141   0+152     Q   17   0+16
    Down Arrow    0+80            0+145   0+160     R   18   0+19
    Left Arrow    0+75            0+115   0+155     S   19   0+31
    Right Arrow   0+77            0+116   0+157     T   20   0+20
    PgUp          0+73            0+132   0+153     U   21   0+22
    PgDn          0+81            0+118   0+161     V   22   0+47
    Insert        0+82            0+146   0+162     W   23   0+17
    Delete        0+83            0+147   0+163     X   24   0+45
    Home          0+71            0+119   0+151     Y   25   0+21
    End           0+79            0+117   0+159     Z   26   0+44
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    Mike Luther
    [email protected]


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    Robert DeBolt
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  • Lee Scott
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    Thanks for the speedy assistance.

    Am working on quite a few routines. Anyone got a routine to build menues?


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  • Michael Mattias
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    >also looking for a routine for line input, moving back and forth, replacing strokes, using arrow keys, etc
    pb/dos: string editor december 08, 2001 (original: january 1992)

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  • Davide Vecchi
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    Mike,
    garbages up the white spacing
    Code:
    Try with code tags, which result in monospaced chars.

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    Davide Vecchi
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  • Mike Luther
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    Sorry ..

    But no matter how I try to nicely print out a chart here, the format
    operation on this BBS garbages up the white spacing ..

    gloom.

    At least my intentions were good.

    If you send me an Email I'll send you back a nice PLAIN TEXT Email
    that darned sure will keep the column spacing. But please, grin,
    send it plain text so the HTML pocket knife on my Email doesn't gut
    your request on first inspection .. chuckle!



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    Mike Luther
    [email protected]

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  • Mike Luther
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    Then this may help:


    HUMAN ORIENTED PRINTABLE ASCII CHARACTER TABLE * NUL = 0 * (c) haml 1993
    !=33 )=41 1=49 9=57 Aa=65/97 Ii=73/105 Qq=81/113 Yy=89/121 SCH=1 HT=9 DC1=17
    "=34 *=42 2=50 :=58 Bb=66/98 Jj=74/106 Rr=82/114 Zz=90/122 STX=2 LF=10 DC2=18
    #=35 +=43 3=51 ;=59 Cc=67/99 Kk=75/107 Ss=83/115 [{=91/123 ETX=3 VT=11 DC3=19
    $=36 ,=44 4=52 <=60 Dd=68/100 Ll=76/108 Tt=84/116 \|=92/124 EOT=4 FF=12 DC4=20
    %=37 -=45 5=53 ==61 Ee=69/101 Mm=77/109 Uu=85/117 ]}=93/125 ENQ=5 CR=13 NAK=21
    &=38 .=46 6=54 >=62 Ff=70/102 Nn=78/110 Vv=86/118 ^~=94/126 ACK=6 SO=14 SYN=22
    '=39 /=47 7=55 ?=63 Gg=71/103 Oo=79/111 Ww=87/119 _`=95/96 BEL=7 SI=15 ETB=23
    (=40 0=48 8=56 @=64 Hh=72/104 Pp=80/112 Xx=88/120 DEL=127 BS=8 DLE=16 CAN=24

    INKEY$ ASCII Codes
    Keypress Plain +Shift +Ctrl +Alt +Ctrl +Alt
    --------------------------------------------- ---------------
    Backspace 8 127 0+14 A 1 0+30
    Tab 9 0+15 0+148 0+165 B 2 0+48
    Enter 13 10 28 C 3 0+46
    ESC 27 D 4 0+32
    F1 0+59 0+84 0+94 0+104 E 5 0+18
    F2 0+60 0+85 0+95 0+105 F 6 0+33
    F3 0+61 0+86 0+96 0+106 G 7 0+34
    F4 0+62 0+87 0+97 0+107 H 8 0+35
    F5 0+63 0+88 0+98 0+108 I 9 0+23
    F6 0+64 0+89 0+99 0+109 J 10 0+36
    F7 0+65 0+90 0+100 0+110 K 11 0+37
    F8 0+66 0+91 0+101 0+111 L 12 0+38
    F9 0+67 0+92 0+102 0+112 M 13 0+50
    F10 0+68 0+93 0+103 0+113 N 14 0+49
    F11 0+133 0+135 0+137 0+139 O 15 0+24
    F12 0+134 0+136 0+138 0+140 P 16 0+25
    Up Arrow 0+72 0+141 0+152 Q 17 0+16
    Down Arrow 0+80 0+145 0+160 R 18 0+19
    Left Arrow 0+75 0+115 0+155 S 19 0+31
    Right Arrow 0+77 0+116 0+157 T 20 0+20
    PgUp 0+73 0+132 0+153 U 21 0+22
    PgDn 0+81 0+118 0+161 V 22 0+47
    Insert 0+82 0+146 0+162 W 23 0+17
    Delete 0+83 0+147 0+163 X 24 0+45
    Home 0+71 0+119 0+151 Y 25 0+21
    End 0+79 0+117 0+159 Z 26 0+44
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    Mike Luther
    [email protected]

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  • Lee Scott
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    Would like to thank all of you for responding. The issue isn't hard drive recovery, which so many of you believe, it's programming resources rebuilding.

    As I'd stated, am looking to replace lost routines. If you have anything which might assist, other than finger wagging, etc., then please contact me.

    Currently am looking for a complete Ascii chart including f keys, etc.

    Also looking for a routine for line input, moving back and forth, replacing strokes, using arrow keys, etc.

    Any help you could lend would be greatly appreciated.

    If you simply which to harp on the need for back ups, please don't waste your breath, fires happen and your comments aren't constructive.


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  • Shawn Anderson
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    I can't make any guarantees, but I have successfully tried
    putting the drive in your freezer overnight. There is a good chance
    that you can do a one-time copy to a new drive when it still cold.

    This is a last resort technique but has been used many times.
    Here are a few links. http://www.meetmyattorney.com/slink/...es/000275.html http://forums.anandtech.com/messagev...&enterthread=y http://www.resellerratings.com/forum/t111075.html

    Again, do this at your own risk! There are also professional
    file recovery companies.



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    shawn _a_t_ nbson _d_o_t_ net

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  • Klaus D. Hoog
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    When I had a critical hard drive fail I used this, and it worked perfectly. There are a number of other products out there, but this is the only one that worked for me. Well worth the small investment.
    www.binarybiz.com/hddrepair/index.php

    Klaus

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  • Borje Hagsten
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    Remember what our mothers used to say, "A backup per day keeps the doctor away" ..

    Or was it an apple? Anyways - is it completely dead? I have managed to
    kick-start (literally) supposedly dead hardrives by banging on them at
    upstart. Once had a drive that stopped working completely - ripped it
    out, placed it on the side and tapped on it during upstart - voila, it
    started with a bunch of burps and I could begin saving as much as I needed
    from it before it went into the trash bin.


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  • Michael Mattias
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    And you wonder why "they" recommend multiple, cyclic backups with at least one copy off-site.

    (Yes, I do).

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  • Tim Camarda
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    Lee, when you say "crashed and burn" do you mean in the physical
    sense? If the drives logic card/motor controller was burned out, then perhaps
    purchasing the same drive, and replacing the board.

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  • Mel Bishop
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    Check the download section. Bunch of stuff there...


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  • Lee Scott
    started a topic Doomed as doomed can be

    Doomed as doomed can be

    Hard drive, used as back up, of course, crashed & burned, lost all my routines, source code, error handling traps sorter routines, printer routines, menu routines, yep, everything gone in a puff of smoke. Anyone kind enough to send me a bunch of replacement routines to keep me from doing all this over again?
    Certainly would be appreciative and would talk nicely about you all over the nets!!!

    Thanks in advance.

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