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CGI common procedures
cgibasic.r
 documentation
8.0 KB
10 Nov 2011
This is a collection of functions that could be used in a CGI program. There is nothing in this module that has not been done better by others, but the code is more heavily annotated for beginners. Separate documentation explains how to use the functions. The comments should be helpful also. None of this is my original creation. I just assembled and annotated, [...]
author: Steven White
Global services module
glb.r
 documentation
14.3 KB
7 Nov 2011
This is an idea for packaging up code, plus some small demos of how to do various things, harvested from the cookbook and the mailing list. They are things that are done so often and in so many situations that the author found it helpful to package them up in a file of personal functions. All these techniques are shown in various places, but this [...]
author: Steven White
Menu demo, using choice
menudemo.r14.6 KB
15 Jan 2014
Two purposes. Number one, to break down a menu demo from Nick Antonaccio into such small pieces that I am able to understand each piece, and thus the whole. Number two, to offer an idea of how to write a REBOL script that demonstrates how to write a REBOL script. This idea has been done before, so this is not completely new, just different. It also shows [...]
author: Steven White
Printing module using PCL
pclprt.r14.6 KB
27 May 2014
A COBOL-like method for printing basic text-oriented business reports.
author: Steven White
Presentation viewer
presenter.r17.6 KB
3 Nov 2011
Display a little power-point-like slide show, where the slides are read from a text file and consist of VID code describing each slide. It could be used by someone who wants to give a simple slide show without attacking a more useful, but also more complicated, presentation program.
author: Steven White
Read a Remote Payment and Presentation System file
rpps.r14.4 KB
7 Nov 2011
This is a module for reading and taking apart a modified NACHA file used in the Remote Payment and Presentation System. If those terms mean anything, this could be a useful module. If those terms mean nothing, then at least this module could be an example of a way to handle a text file of fixed-format records. In 25 words or less, a [...]
author: Steven White
Scrolling layout demo
scrollinglayout.r22.7 KB
7 Feb 2013
This is a demo of making a sub-layout, on a main window, that is too big for the main window and can be scrolled. It was adapted from the REBOL cookbook and heavily annotated as an aid in learning how the scroller works.
author: Steven White with help from Carl and MaxV
TFACE: Scrolling text face
tface.r16.9 KB
3 Nov 2011
This is a module that can be included in a larger program with the command 'do %tface.r' and it will provide a function (TFACE-SHOW-TEXT <text-string-parameter>' that will display a passed text string in a scrolling window. This code was copied from the REBOL cookbook and annotated so that the copier could understand it.
author: Steven White with help from Carl
Create an Intelligent Mail Barcode encoding string
usps4cb.r
 documentation
23.3 KB
7 Nov 2011
This is a program to load the United States Postal Service Windows library for creating the new Intelligent Mail Barcode. It is designed to be included in a calling program, and it provides a function to generate a coding string, which in turn may be printed in a proper barcode font to produce an Intelligent Mail Barcode. Normally, one would use [...]
author: Steven White
Demo sound player
wavplayer.r10.6 KB
4 Nov 2011
The is a complete program (as opposed to a code sample) that plays a .wav file. It is an annotated modification of a script sent to the author in response to a question on the REBOL mailing list, namely, how to find out how long a .wav file will play. Besides playing a sound file, this script is annotated to explain how to make a progress [...]
author: Steven White with help from Rosemary de Dear