[futurebasic] Crash recovery

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From: Stewart <stharris@...>
Date: Fri, 14 May 1999 15:31:16 -0400
I found the following on the net which may be of interest to some.

Search & Rescue is an application to make recovering text from memory a quick and
easy task. The most likely scenario in which you may need Search & Rescue is if
you suffer from a crash (either application or system) while working on a typed
document, and you lose some or all of you text. It is likely that the text is
still there, somewhere, in memory, but with no way to get at it, you are stuck!
This is where Search & Rescue comes in. You simply enter a portion of text, which
you know to exist in your document, and Search and Rescue will locate possible
places in memory where you may be able to salvage your text - either in part or,
if you're lucky, in full.

 About Me
My name is Tom Riley and I live in the town of Wootton Bassett in England.  I
write software, most of which is written in Metrowerks CodeWarrior in C/C++ for
the Macintosh. My other computer related interests include html, graphics and
alternative operating systems.

 Contact Information
( Double clickable link/bookmark files can be found in the 'Net Stuff' folder
included with this distribution. )
I can be contacted by...

email: tjriley@...
address: Faber Old Malmesbury Road,
              Wootton Bassett,
              Wiltshire SN4 7HT,
web: http://www.kagi.com/tjriley/