In article <9406230803.AA03605 at possum.murdoch.edu.au>, cummins at POSSUM.MURDOCH.EDU.AU (Dr Jim Cummins) writes:
> This breaches Internet convention. I DON'T WANT TO RECEIVE UNSOLICITED
For those even *vaguely* interested, ask your sysop about GREP - provided
with UNIX and eg. the Borland programming languages. I think there must also
be millions of freeware programs along the same line as this is usually
provided as a first project for assembler programming. As this guy seems to
have the netiquette of a drunken hippo I doubt if he's ever heard of
shareware/freeware let alone contributed anything to it.
Drop dead, Fred!
(who has no commercial links with UNIX, Borland or the film "Drop dead, Fred!")
Bernard Murray, Ph.D.
bernard at elsie.nci.nih.gov (National Cancer Institute, NIH, Bethesda MD, USA)