The following programs were written in "C" and
compiled with DJGPP (version 2.01) to run on Windows 98 with the GNU
operating system installed and run from the Born-Again-Shell (bash),
which is run in a DOS-prompt window. The DJGPP is a 32-bit
protected-mode development system available from Walnut Creek CD-ROM
(ISBN 1-57176-228-0) that is suitable for porting Unix programs to
DOS. GNU is a Unix-like operating environment distributed by the
Free Software Foundation (ISBN 1-882114-57-4). The user must install
the GNU package, and set their system to run in the bash environment
before using these programs.
Software Code: Documentation files and source code are
contained in the compressed file:
c_code.tar. Right click this UNIX
tar file and use "Save As" to download the
software. This tar
file, which puts it’s contents into a new directory called c_code,
may be expanded in the bash shell with the command:
tar xvf c_code.tar
Executable Programs: Compiled versions of the code and a "readme"
file are contained in the compressed file:
Right click this tar file and use
"Save As" to download the software. This
tar file, which puts it’s contents into a new directory
called apsas, may be expanded in the bash shell with
tar xvf apsas_up.tar. The programs may be operated
from this directory or can be copied to any directory in the user’s
HTML and Word
versions of the documentation for the C-language programs can be
accessed through the links below.
CLTRM - To manually enter 200 and/or 30 micron
diameter tube electro-resistance multichannel particle-size
analyzer (EMPSA) analyses via the keyboard.