DISPRO User Manual
StoZ User Guide
By downloading the STOZXFR software
you agree to the following conditions:
|The user accepts the STOZXFR download under
the conditions that no express or implied warranties are made by Dr.
John O'Donnell with respect to fitness for purpose of the software in
the download. Dr. John O'Donnell shall not be liable for indirect,
special, or consequential damages which may arise out of the use, or
inability to use, the STOZXFR software. You assume responsibility for
the selection of the program to achieve your intended results, and for
the installation, use, and results obtained from the program. All
STOZXFR modules are the property of Dr. John O'Donnell and cannot be
sold or modified in any way.
If you download STOZXFR, please
sign the Guest Book
The STOZXFR application and supporting
files are in the STOZXFR Download file, StoZ.zip.
STOZXFR was created using Visual Basic 3.0.
Consequently, some of the features of VB 3.0 are no longer supported by the
recent versions of Visual Basic. For this reason two older .VBX files are
included in the .ZIP file that is downloaded. It is important that the
contents of StoZ.zip be placed in a new directory so that the .DLL and .VBX
files do not inadvertently overwrite like-named files which may be later
versions. The contents of StoZ.zip are listed and described in the
|The executable file and its associated icon
which can be used with a Windows shortcut.
||The run-time library for Visual Basic 3.0 (VB3)
||A VB3 "extended" control which is used for
displaying filter coefficients in a grid, or table.
||The VB3 "common dialog" control for file
opening and saving operations.
|These bitmaps are used for the up and down
triangles which are referred to as the "spin buttons."
In order for the actions of the CMDIALOG.VBX control to
execute properly, it is necessary that a file named COMMDLG.DLL be in the
Windows\System32 subdirectory; this should be true for all versions of Windows.