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Hola Amigos! Well, I'm wo

Hola Amigos! Well, I'm wo

Hola Amigos! Well, I'm wo

Hola Amigos!

Well, I'm working on a Shedule Module, that may be usefull to ya.


It's Simple and Easy.

I´ll use it to backup an NT Server every Day.

The program uses a Ini file to wath the time, and launch a Program using the Shell execute. So You can set the ini within your Clarion Program, and let this small piece of code (15Kb of size, and my NT TaskManager reports a total of 80K of Memory usage / 0 time of
processor when tray iconized)
sit and wait for the ellapse time to arrive...
But you can set it to activate a program dialy, weekly, once or periodically.

better take a look at it!

The program is made on Assembler (too much trouble to track little changes), so once I finish it, I will never touch it again!. Please, if you think in something to improve or wanna get the sources, drop me a line at: carabez@netscape.net

At this moment, it´s 80% finished.

Best regards, from Mexico.


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