This is part of a script that I would like to run.

I can figure out what language it's in.

Closest I can find is PowerBasic ?

Anyone recognize it?

Andy

function InvPEMsg()
MsgBox("The current file seems to be an invalid PE. Cannot proceed!",
strScriptName, MB_ICONEXCLAMATION)
end

-- --------------------------------------------------
-- the main code starts here
-- --------------------------------------------------

strScriptName = "Header Pack Script 1.0.0.1 - by Daniel Pistelli"

local filename = GetOpenFile("Select a PE...",
"All\n*.*\nExe Files\n*.exe\nDll Files\n*.dll\n")

--[[

-- if it is a fixed file name, write:
filename = @"C:\...\Release\App.exe"
]]

if filename == null then
return
end
Posted on 2011-02-15 12:01:50 by skywalker
http://www.ntcore.com/files/cffscriptv1.htm

original text at: http://www.ntcore.com/files/richsign.htm
Posted on 2011-02-15 18:02:17 by JimmyClif
Thanks.

At 4.5 megs, I'll have to pass on the CFF Explorer.

Andy
Posted on 2011-02-15 18:37:20 by skywalker
4.5 Megs is a pass? What are you on ? 33.6k Modem?
Posted on 2011-02-16 13:42:29 by JimmyClif

4.5 Megs is a pass? What are you on ? 33.6k Modem?


That gives me an idea.... I should hook up an old 9600 or 2400 baud modem and see how fun the internet is and bring back memories  :lol:
Posted on 2011-02-16 16:38:20 by Gunner
That was the file size.

Speaking of modems, I recall a program called Zmodem or something like that that let you double your
speed by letting you do bidirectional transfers.

I remember paying $200 for a 9600 baud modem.  :sad:

Andy
Posted on 2011-02-16 17:02:46 by skywalker

Before the Internet we used to use BBS's to chat/play games/post messages/transfer files.  You'd have to dial out the number on your modem to the BBS site and paid per minute if it was outside of your area.  But it was so cool back then - very personal and mostly just us geeks - no spam or pop-ups :)
Posted on 2011-02-16 18:00:36 by p1ranha


Before the Internet we used to use BBS's to chat/play games/post messages/transfer files.  You'd have to dial out the number on your modem to the BBS site and paid per minute if it was outside of your area.  But it was so cool back then - very personal and mostly just us geeks - no spam or pop-ups :)



Many BBS had really cool door games :-)  I had ran Wildcat!, PCBoard and Renegade, at times... have the floppies for BBBS around somewhere.
Posted on 2011-02-16 19:25:58 by Gunner

Many BBS had really cool door games :-)  I had ran Wildcat!, PCBoard and Renegade, at times... have the floppies for BBBS around somewhere.


I ran a Wildcat BBS for a little while using a Dialogic Digiboard 4 port serial card...still have the 3.5 floppies for various BBS programs and DESQview around after all these years.  :lol:
Posted on 2011-02-17 05:52:34 by p1ranha