🗐 Guide to Documentation Files


 The Euphoria documentation is spread over several plain text files in the
 euphoria\doc directory. For each .doc file in the euphoria\doc directory,
 there is a corresponding .htm file in the euphoria\html directory. You can
 also type guru to quickly search for relevant information from all directories
 under \euphoria.

 Everyone should start with euphoria\readme.doc (euphoria\readme.htm).

 If you are having trouble installing Euphoria read:
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 install.doc   - Instructions for installing Euphoria


 Read the following files first, if you want to learn to program in Euphoria:
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 refman.doc    - The manual for the Euphoria core language

 library.doc   - Documentation for all of the Euphoria library routines

 what2do.doc   - Some things you can do to get started with Euphoria

 platform.doc  - A discussion of the differences between the four platforms
                 that Euphoria runs on, i.e. DOS32 (ex.exe) vs. WIN32 (exw.exe)
                 vs. Linux (exu) vs. FreeBSD (exu). Also included is a
                 discussion of how to interface Euphoria programs with C
                 libraries.


 The rest of the files can be read any time, as needed:
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 database.doc  - The Euphoria Database System (EDS)

 e2c.doc       - The Euphoria To C Translator

 tasking.doc   - Multitasking in Euphoria

 ed.doc        - Documentation for the standard Euphoria editor, ed

 trouble.doc   - A list of the most common problems and their solutions

 bind.doc      - Describes bind.bat and shroud.bat options for binding and
                 shrouding

 perform.doc   - Performance tips

 relnotes.doc  - A description of what's new in the current release and a
                 summary of previous releases of Euphoria

 cgi.doc       - Web-based Programming using CGI and Euphoria

 c.doc         - Propaganda aimed at C/C++ programmers


 Most subdirectories under \euphoria have a .doc file that describes the files
 in that subdirectory.