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Advice

Description: New requester to display text from a file
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Size: 25kb
Date: 22 Nov 18
Author: Will Bow & Colin Thompson
Submitter: Paolo Besser
Category: utility/shell
License: Other
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1760
 
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      ______      __                                
     /  _      /            __                  
       L    _   __  __ /_    ___     __   
         __   /'_` / / /   /'___ /'__` 
         / / L   _/ |  / __//  __/ 
         _ _ ___,_ ___/   _ ____ ____
         /_//_//__,_ //__/    /_//____//____/
                                               

  
Requirements:  Any Amiga
               WB 2.x and up
               ReqTools.lib (not included)

Description:   A requester you can call from a DOS script to 
               prompt the user with text you have prepared
               in a file. Recompiled for AROS i386 after
	       making little changes to the source code.

               Similar to rtEZrequest, but takes input from
               a file.

Documentation: AmigaGuide documentation.
               Script usage example included
			   Modified source file, with list of changes
              
Distribution:  Freeware, copyright 1994, 1995 by BOTH Software.
               Freely distributable.




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