Curday.dat not reading?

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nwgatwcfan
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Re: Curday.dat not reading?

Post by nwgatwcfan » Mon Jun 04, 2012 8:11 pm

AriX wrote:
nwgatwcfan wrote:There is another way of this and there is a post in this forum, (Arix, tin help me out as to where this is), but it has a decompressed curday.dat file that you can download straight to the computer. When you find and download it, just open the file in Notepad++ and you should see the listings data. All you have to do is edit this file with the information you want (please view the Wiki for the patterns of curday.dat, so that you can see what is available to edit without messing it up.)
Hmm, are you talking about this post? The curday.dat file in that ZIP is decompressed.
Yep, that's the post. Good stuff in that Zip file.

Thanks,
Steven

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Re: Curday.dat not reading?

Post by kwest93 » Tue Jun 05, 2012 8:59 am

nwgatwcfan wrote:
AriX wrote:
nwgatwcfan wrote:There is another way of this and there is a post in this forum, (Arix, tin help me out as to where this is), but it has a decompressed curday.dat file that you can download straight to the computer. When you find and download it, just open the file in Notepad++ and you should see the listings data. All you have to do is edit this file with the information you want (please view the Wiki for the patterns of curday.dat, so that you can see what is available to edit without messing it up.)
Hmm, are you talking about this post? The curday.dat file in that ZIP is decompressed.
Yep, that's the post. Good stuff in that Zip file.

Thanks,
Steven
i managed to make my own data, but now i cant find the Julian Day Setting or whatever.

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Re: Curday.dat not reading?

Post by nwgatwcfan » Tue Jun 05, 2012 8:08 pm

kwest93 wrote:
i managed to make my own data, but now i cant find the Julian Day Setting or whatever.
The Julian Day information will be the very top line and if you downloaded the file above, the Julian day will follow just after "Hawthorne" and the null character. This value will range from 0 to 255. Today for instance is day number 157 (1 more because of leap year this year than usual).

Steven

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Re: Curday.dat not reading?

Post by woddfellow2 » Tue Jun 05, 2012 9:21 pm

It is the first "91":
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Re: Curday.dat not reading?

Post by AriX » Tue Jun 05, 2012 11:31 pm

woddfellow2 wrote:The dates:
Haha, that's awesome, thanks.

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Re: Curday.dat not reading?

Post by Matthew Joseph » Wed Jun 06, 2012 2:21 am

Perfect, now I can now post the dates instead of mind reading. And I have a new MacBook Air.
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Re: Curday.dat not reading?

Post by kwest93 » Wed Jun 06, 2012 9:46 am

Matthew Joseph wrote:Perfect, now I can now post the dates instead of mind reading. And I have a new MacBook Air.
Wow! it works!

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Re: Curday.dat not reading?

Post by aevil » Sat Jun 16, 2012 7:31 pm

When I press "C" in the Diagnostic Mode screen, is the value of "julian day =" (not "jday1=") the current date?

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Re: Curday.dat not reading?

Post by AriX » Sun Jun 17, 2012 9:30 pm

aevil wrote:When I press "C" in the Diagnostic Mode screen, is the value of "julian day =" (not "jday1=") the current date?
I believe it is, yeah.

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Re: Curday.dat not reading?

Post by daxterlongnose » Wed Feb 22, 2017 7:46 pm

editing the "curday.dat" file just ruins the entire floppy disk file for me. can someone please help?

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