More tips on TSR routines
Tags: COMPUTER programming
- Use of variables with tool offsets. Rose, Steve // T & P: Tooling & Production;Oct2001, Vol. 67 Issue 7, p12
Discusses the use of macro programming concepts in setting tool wear offsets. Information on the G65 command in the main program.
- Make Vista's User Account Control Less Annoying. Dunn, Scott // PC World;Jun2008, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p122
The article offers step-by-step instruction on tuning the Windows Vista's User Account Control through the Group Policy Object Editor.
- STAR CHART. // Odyssey;Oct2008, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p42
The article features the All-Sky Charts that were made using modified output from MPj Astro 1.5 astronomy computer program.
- Click open LabView screens. Gruggett, Lynda // Test & Measurement World;Apr99, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p12
Features LabView, a graphical programming language. Functions called virtual instruments; Hierarchy of a LabView program.
- Recognizing a Program's Design: A Graph-Parsing Approach. Rich, Charles; Wills, Linda M. // IEEE Software;Jan90, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p82
Focuses on the automated cliche recognition program, Recognizer that can be used to study design of a program. Reasons to automate cliche recognition; Five characteristics of cliches; Key to the Recognizer's approach.
- Using Function Abstraction to Understand Program Behavior. Hausler, Philip A.; Pleszkoch, Mark G.; Linger, Richard C.; Hevner, Alan R. // IEEE Software;Jan90, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p55
Discusses understanding of computer programs by abstracting program function. Theoretical foundations for program structuring; What results in full intellectual control over programs; Objective of function abstraction.
- Computer quest. // Boys' Quest;Jun95 Commemorative Issue, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p36
Presents two computer programs designed for children and entered on IBM compatible computers. Basic language; Steps in entering the program; Saving the program.
- Computer quest. // Boys' Quest;Oct/Nov95, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p42
Outlines a new computer program for an IBM compatible computer and written in the BASIC language, easily understood by children. Starting up; Typing the programs; Saving the programs.
- Computer quest. // Boys' Quest;Apr/May96, Vol. 1 Issue 6, p10
Presents a computer program which tests one's `Extra Sensory Perception' for guessing the right number between 0 and 9.
- Computer quest. // Boys' Quest;Oct/Nov96, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p36
Presents a new program written in the `BASIC' language for use on a personal computer (PC). Procedure for entering and starting the program.