424Re: PREFIX.LST / Callsign parser
- Jan 23, 2007I am sorry I can't help you with your question, but I wanted to say
I think your idea to provide a map for visitors to your club station
is an excellent idea. If possible, please make your progam available
to others once you are satisfied with it. I'd like to do the same
73, Rick K0XB
--- In email@example.com, "la6vja" <la6vja@...> wrote:
> Hi there,
> As we are currently setting up a club/contest station, one of our
> aims is to attract attention from the public. As a tool to
> this, great circle lines will be plotted on a map, between our QTH
> locations where we have made QSOs.
> I am almost done writing a small Delphi application to extract
> from our logs, parse the prefixes and then extract the latitude &
> longitude using the prefix lookup component from Alex' homepage
> plotting the GC lines in DX Atlas. I am, however, hitting my head
> against a (hard) wall when it comes to resolving a number of
> callsigns. Most of them can be easily resolved and located in DX
> using the Ctrl+R function (and, yes, I am indeed using the same
> PREFIX.LST file as DX Atlas itself), but a number of callsigns does
> NOT resolve using the method provided in the CallParser component.
> DX Atlas itself using a more sophisticated implementation than the
> shown in CallParser.pas?
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