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STDDLG.PAS: Send me the .PAS. Quick pts.

Posted on 1998-01-19
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Is there any way you could complie and/or send me the STDDLG.PAS file for real mode with the following fix in it? If you'll just send me the source, I can patch it myself!

http://www.borland.com/devsupport/pascal/ti_list/TI1259.html

Borland Pascal 7.0 or 7.01 please.

Thanks,
John
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by:omsec
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it seems that is a unit coming with Borland/Turbo Pascal like CRT or DOS which has no sources and i don't think you will fine it. Maybe there is a binary pach u can install
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Hey newer here !!

I read that on the page u wrote above. This unit is stored in the directory '\BP\RTL\TV'. Just read there it's all described how to do those changes. If you lost that files, you can send an email to me (rbieri@centralnet.ch) i'll send u that file. I have Borland Pascal 7.0 / Turbo Pascal 6/7 so, should have it :)

greets omsec
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by:omsec
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sorry, i coudnt get ur eMail. I used another PC. I have the file
please let me know your eMail - Address again :)
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