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38119Re: [libertybasic] Re: Sales date file in c:\temp directory

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  • Marc Rossi
    May 2, 2009
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      Tina,
      Don't forget to use c:\temp.  I used c:\junk1 for the directory just because it was already made on my computer and was rushing to work.
      Marc

      --- On Fri, 5/1/09, tinantaz2 <tina2260@...> wrote:

      From: tinantaz2 <tina2260@...>
      Subject: [libertybasic] Re: Sales date file in c:\temp directory
      To: libertybasic@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Friday, May 1, 2009, 10:01 AM








      Thank you Marc. I'll try it to see if it runs. I am slowly catching on.
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      > --- On Tue, 4/28/09, tinantaz2 <tina2260@.. .> wrote:
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      > From: tinantaz2 <tina2260@.. .>'
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      > 'I wrote this in about 5 mins because I am heading for work I am new myself
      > ' but I hope this can help
      > 'Marc
      > NOMAINWIN
      > button #main, "Get Sales", [getsales], LR, 150, 100
      > button #main, "Show Sales", [showsales], LR, 150, 70
      > open "Get Report" for window_nf as #main
      > print #main, "trapclose [quit]"
      > wait
      > [getsales]
      > open "c:\junk1\p. txt" for random as #people LEN = 30
      > FIELD #people ,20 as name$, 10 as amount
      > prompt "How many sales to enter?";numofsales
      > for a = 1 to numofsales
      > prompt "Name:";name$
      > prompt "Amount:"; amount
      > put #people, a
      > next a
      > close #people
      > wait
      > [showsales]
      > open "View" for text as #v
      > open "c:\junk1\p. txt" for random as #people LEN = 30
      > FIELD #people, 20 as name$, 10 as amount
      > for a = 1 to numofsales
      > get #people, a
      > print #v, "Name: ";name$
      > print #v, "Total Sales: "; amount
      > next a
      > close #people
      > wait
      > [quit]
      > close #main
      > close #v
      > end
      > ' work on this till it is right heading for work
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      > Subject: [libertybasic] Sales date file in c:\temp directory
      > To: libertybasic@ yahoogroups. com
      > Date: Tuesday, April 28, 2009, 1:05 PM
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      > Can anyone help with the following programming setup for Liberty
      > Basics or do you know where I can get help/tutoring or
      > tutorials? Thanks, Tina
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      > Save the data file below to your c:\\temp directory on your
      > computer. Then write a program that will read the data from
      > the file and display the data as follows:
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      > Monthly Sales Report
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      > Store Salesperson Amount
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      > 1 T. Arnold 4444.44
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      > 1 J. Baker 5555.55
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      > 2 T. Dashell 7777.77
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      > 3 B. Franklin 9999.99
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      > Be sure to look at the data in the file to see where the fields
      > are defined for each record. The header part of the output
      > should be in a sub that is called from the top part of you
      > program.
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      > T. Arnold,1,4444. 44
      > J. Baker,1,5555. 55
      > T. Dashell,2,7777. 77
      > B. Franklin,3,9999. 99
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