MISC: Fantasy Grand Prix program now available

Some of you may, or may not, have been aware that Autosport magazine are currently running a Fantasy Grand Prix competition. Since a few friends and I are competing (badly) in this I wrote a program to calculate the results and keep track of...

Some of you may, or may not, have been aware that Autosport magazine are currently running a Fantasy Grand Prix competition. Since a few friends and I are competing (badly) in this I wrote a program to calculate the results and keep track of which of us is winning (we're buying the winner a drink or two). This program is now available for the Amiga computer on the Aminet. Currently the distribution contains enough data to help you catch up to the San Marino GP, and I'll shortly be uploading an updated version with a few changes and the data for the Monaco GP.

NB The source code is quite portable, I have compiled it with one change under Unix. If owners of other forms of computers email me I'm willing to distribute the source code to them. -- Simon Austin - University of Westminster - C++ Course - aepec@wmin.ac.uk "In fact, very few people ... know that the very shape of the M25 forms the sigil _odegra_ in the language of the Black Priesthood of Ancient Mu, and means `Hail the Great Beast, Devourer of Worlds'." `Good Omens'

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