From: K2H (Ron Boyce)
This Program, for use with 'PLAN 7'
Normal/Low meter readings and/or Gas
meter readings stems from a self-imposed
exercise in Programming during a time
when I was confined to the house - and
Computer. I realise my Program technique
left a lot to be desired, but, thanks
to Chris, the finished article is much
To see how the Program works try
Press SHIFT/BREAK This BOOTS Program
gives SOUND ON OFF
Press 1 Demo of SOUNDS
Press any key Displays MAIN MENU
Press 1 (or 3) LOADs ELECTR1 Prog
(or LOADs GAS1)
Press 3 Shows Readings
Press any key Shows COST to date
Press any key Shows Sub-menu
Press 4 (or 5) Return to SOUND
choice & MAIN MENU
(or end of Program)
To use the Program:-
Press SHIFT/BREAK to BOOT the disc.
You are asked if you want the Sound
On or OFF, and then to select one of
4 Programs (1,2,3,4)
Programs 1 (ELECTR1) and 3 (GASCOS1)
are for use for a current 13+ week
When using the Program for the first
week of a 13+ week period press 1,
and alter or confirm the basic items
which will appear on the screen -
these can usually be found on your
last Electricity or Gas Account, or
can be obtained from your Electricity
or Gas Board.
Follow screen prompts and ENTER the
readings when the meter was last read
by the official meter reader.
To ENTER readings for weeks 1 to 13+
press 2 and follow screen
When the current weeks readings have
been entered press 3 and then any key
to see readings and cost to date.
At the end of the 13+ week period
(when the meter is read again) use 2
(Electr9) or 4 (Gascos9) from the
Menu and use these Programs for the
next 13+ week period, whilst
retaining the DATA in Programs 1 and
3 for future reference.
CAUTION - Always make a BACK-UP copy
after you have finished
entering the current week's
From: 3WU (Fred Price)
Subject: Geordie Broon Poem
Well now that Geordie Broon has
popped his head up once more but his
real name in English is George Brown
and actually he is not a real Geordie
but a Durham village lad.
Now our Geordie is a crafty lad but
sometimes his memory can lapse a
little as you will find out when our
Geordie Remembers ? So put your
paper in your printer it should Center
up itself and find out what he does
The Kinky Devil.
From: K3L (A.Nelson.)
Subject: Archived Utilities.
On the software disc is an archive
named 'K3Larch'. You can examine this
archive using the de-archiver available
from the software menu.
These utilities are NOT stand alone and
require programming on your part. They
are therefore only useful if you intend
to incorporate them in your own
programs. A brief !Readme file also in
the archive describes the utilities.