|Here is a sample batch file to start CT:
ct -d -now %1 %2 %3 %4 %5
The file is called
CT9.BAT and resides in the CT9 directory. To run CT,
contest is the name of the .BIN file. It loads the Super Check
Partial database (-d), and skips the initialization screen (-now). You probably do NOT
want to run this batch file the first time you create a .BIN file, unless your
file is correctly configured, since you will not be able to change the contest type, mode,
etc. without going through initialization. You can type:
the first time, however, to set things up correctly. Exit CT, then use the batch file
for the duration.
TSRs are loaded in order, and unloaded in the opposite order. Note that non-default
interrupts are specified on some of the lines.
The batch file also loads K6STI's
FONT program to load a sans-serif font
for use during the contest. This font makes the CT screen easier to read, especially if
you are using 50-line VGA mode. The batch file unloads (restores) the fonts when done.
Click here to download FONT106.ZIP.