On Tuesday 07 March 2006 21:35, I2UIY wrote:
> After I finished my log-checking work for CQWW RTTY 2005,
> I put together some some suggestions to help who just
> finished a contest and now wants submit his log.
interesting reading, definetely.
> Why donât we have a smart software that can recognise different versions of
> Cabrillo and â maybe â some other formats? Because nobody wants waste his
> time writing such a software without anything in return. Writing a real good
> log checking software is not easy because the software is supposed to catch
> most of the errors automatically and this is not easy to achieve considering
> the multiple options that ham callsigns involve.
What would such a software do? Can you supply me with different examples of
cabrillo log formats, and tell me which one would be the 'correct' one? Such
a software doesn't seem impossible. I use Perl a lot and it's the right
language to write such a program.
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