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vrf AW: Seeking information on Oswego Software and Rocky Mtn. Basic t

Question asked by aufenanger on Jun 3, 2002
Latest reply on Jun 3, 2002 by aufenanger
The easiest was ist to load the "DOS" binary in Rocky mountain-Basic. If you
have this Binary you can easily use Windos formated Floppies on your HP-
system. Text-Files can so been transferred. Programs have to be stored with
"save" not with "re-save".

Best regards
B. Aufenanger
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Von: Ricker, Karl S [mailto:ksricke@sandia.gov]
Gesendet: Freitag, 31. Mai 2002 21:46
An: vrf@lvld.agilent.com
Betreff: vrf: Seeking information on Oswego Software and Rocky Mtn. Basic
translation to Windows-based use.

Everyone,

I am a new subscriber to the vrf mailings.  I am seeking someone who might
have a working version of PC-based Oswego software, such as H3P2325 rev.
3.3.  I do not know much about the software except that it can convert a
Rocky Mtn. file generated with HP test equipment to a text file that Windows
programs can read.  A "working" version will have the security key on the
floppy, in addition to the software.

Secondarily, I am seeking information on what other tools exist to transpose
Rocky Mtn. Basic files to Windows readable files.  Rocky Mtn. Basic is an
older HP-based basic that has faded from the scene.

Thanks,

Karl
ksricke@sandia.gov

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