[ct-user] [YCCC] CT Question
ken at k1ea.com
Sun Nov 9 11:14:08 EST 2008
There is a text command "setserial" that will restart the serial number
with whatever number you want at any time. This is very useful for
fixing things if the serial number goes haywire, or if you simply want
to play with your competitor's head.
Bob Wilson, N6TV wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 6, 2008 at 6:27 PM, Jim Reisert AD1C <jjreisert at alum.mit.edu>wrote:
>>> Does anyone know how to change the qso serial number within a CT BIN
> I don't believe CT stores sent serial number in the .BIN file. The sent
> serial number is assumed to be the "record number" in the bin file. If you
> need to change the sent serial number on a few QSOs, editing the Cabrillo
> file is probably the easiest way to go. It's OK to have "duplicate" serial
> numbers or serial number "gaps" in the Cabrillo file.
>> I recognize this can be done in cabrillo (after the fact) - but is there a
>>> command string within the BIN program itself that can do this?
> No. If you want to renumber a whole bunch of QSOs (usually not a good idea
> for Sweepstakes!), you'll have to run B2R10, edit the RES file to add or
> remove lines, then run R2B10 and WRITELOG. But it doesn't sound like this
> is what you want to do.
> Bob, N6TV
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