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Re: hardcode.pgm


The attached INCRMENT.PGM works for me. It's been sitting around since
1994--not sure that I've ever used it. Tried it on a list of 60 items, each
numbered with a  counter. Worked for me.

In extended view, convert your counters to anything, say @@@, with a
ci /≪C1.≫/@@@/. Then this:

run incrment.pgm,@@@,1,1.

That is: character to replace, starting number (any), amount to increment
(one or more).

Is that what you're looking for?

I have no idea now who wrote this.


At 10:08 AM 3/7/00 -0500, you wrote:
>Ages ago, there was a program called hardcode.pgm that was supposed to
>remove all variables, like counters, and put in hard codes, to make your
>export to other formats foolproof. I tried this program many times, but
>could never get it to work. Could anyone tell me if there is either (1) a
>version of hardcode that really works or (2) a more limited program that
>will just take the counters (like , , etc.) and convert them into
>their hard equivalents? I would be grateful to have a workable solution to
>this problem. I often need to draft a list with auto numbers, but then if I
>have to export it, I have a problem. Thanks.

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