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Subject: Re: Basic Programming Help desired?
From: "Geoff" gmvoeth@...........
Date: Thu, 8 May 2008 13:55:50 -0700

Hello Mr. Brunt ;
Yes you are basically correct.
But speed of saving the array is the real issue.
I have tried just about everything but found
nothing faster than using the BSAVE command.
I have posted another email with links
to the files in question.
The given programs in ZIP or RAR form
contain all I can tell you.
Best regards;

ps; I never tried to put a complete array in a single
operation. Did not know that was possible.
I still think BSAVE will be faster.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Kevin Brunt" 
To: "psn-l" 
Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2008 12:52 PM
Subject: Re: Basic Programming Help desired?

> Hi,
> This is my first post to the list, so my apologies if I've not got the etiquette 
> right....
> What I understand the question to be is, that there is an array of byte-sized integers which are to be written to a disk file 
> exactly as they appear in memory.
> Having had a look at the manual at what I think you need to use is the form of the PUT statement for binary 
> files...
>    PUT [#] fNum&, [RecPos], Arr()
> which, I think, will write the whole of the array out as one lump.
> Kevin
>>Date: Thu, 8 May 2008 11:30:46 -0700
>>From: Geoff
>>All I really need is to understand fully
>>the programs I am using.
>>Power Basic is quite good I just need to learn
>>how to properly use it.
>>I can not keep bouncing between various languages
>>or I will spend my whole life and not accomplish any
>>of my own personal goals.
>>One of the biggest problems I see today
>>is that this computer programming world
>>has developed its own Tower Of Bable
>>and you need to have an IQ OVER 100
>>to master anything involving more than one language.
>>It is a good ol boys club for the gifted and
>>leaves average joe blo layman out in the cold.
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