Alan C. Zack
Sun, 09 Dec 2001 13:52:59 -0800
I like to use the .log file to import to excel. After it is a excel file
you can do sorts to change the way the data is listed. For example you can
do a sort by call sign, then you will have all the calls listed in
alphabetical order so you will see quickly on how many bands you worked
that rare DX station you have been needing.
Mike Gilmer - N2MG wrote:
> Actually, the files are not all that similar. The "wrong" one has no summary info at the start.
> One is the old ARRL format (a somewhat predecessor to Cabrillo). Certainly it is no longer really needed. Generating it seems to only add to the confusion.
> How about a new command, CABRILLO, that generates <mycallsign>.CBR ?
> Mike N2MG
> On Sun, 09 December 2001, "N7MAL" wrote:
> > Can someone explain, preferably AD1C or K1EA, why CT generates 2 similar
> > files, .LOG & .TXT ? It seems to my simple mind all this confusion about
> > which file to send could be eliminated if only one file were generated.
> > Perhaps Trey, N5KO, who fathered CABRILLO, could come up with a new,
> > dedicated, file extension .DUM. We would all know then all .DUM files go to
> > contest committees.
> > (P.S. I forwarded a copy of this to my good friend N5KO)
> > MAL N7MAL
> > BULLHEAD CITY, AZ
> > http://www.ctaz.com/~suzyq/N7mal.htm
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