COMSCRIP - (C) Copyright Glenn B. Lawler, 1990-1993. All Rights Reserved.
Usage: [COMn:] [ScriptFile]
COMSCRIP is a fully interrupt driven communications program,
which may be configured through the command line and/or environment.
Environment table spec: MODEM=1 (or MODEM=COM1:) may be used
to override the default communications port.
COMSCRIP does not automatically initialize the protocol on the COM port
and does not automatically hangup the phone when exiting. This allows you
start a communications session, exit to DOS with the connection
intact, run other programs, then run COMSCRIP again to resume the session.
Hangup should be performed manually with modem commands, or with
a command line utility like MODEMRST.
If you want to initialize the COM port, issue the DOS MODE command:
Where: n is the number of the COM port 1-4
Example: Mode COM1:2400,N,8,1
just prior to calling COMSCRIP. This can be done automatically batch.