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Fully Enabled Context-Sensitive Help Text for the IBM PC Disclosure Number: IPCOM000036901D
Original Publication Date: 1989-Nov-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Jan-29

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Andrews, GP Schloss, PC [+details]


Fully enabled context-sensitive help for the IBM PC is a method that allows a programmer to easily define context-sensitive help for personal computer programs, as well as permit users to tailor or translate help text according to their needs. There are three main parts to this method: A program that adds an index to a help file, a file that contains help text, and routines that extract help text from a file and display it on a screen. (Image Omitted)