Quoteoxygen.dll: PE32 executable (DLL) (GUI) Intel 80386, for MS Windows, UPX compressedwhich contains the following exports;
QuoteMicrosoft (R) COFF/PE Dumper Version 14.34.31937.0
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Dump of file oxygen.dll
File Type: DLL
Section contains the following exports for oxygen.dll
0 time date stamp
1 ordinal base
16 number of functions
16 number of names
ordinal hint RVA name
1 0 00076910 o2_abst
2 1 00076780 o2_basic
3 2 000753B0 o2_buf
4 3 00076980 o2_errno
5 4 000769D0 o2_error
6 5 00075600 o2_exec
7 6 00075360 o2_len
8 7 000754B0 o2_lib
9 8 000756B0 o2_link
10 9 00075330 o2_mode
11 A 00075300 o2_pathcall
12 B 000768C0 o2_prep
13 C 000761B0 o2_stats
14 D 000752D0 o2_varcall
15 E 00076A40 o2_version
16 F 00076870 o2_view
I have been a member of the PowerBasic Forum since 19 Sept 2004.
I have posted 263 times on the PowerBasic Forum.
I have known Kevin Diggins the longest,
as I have been a member of his BASM forum,
and BCX forum,
on Yahoo! Groups,
and on his current BCX Basic Coders Forum.
I know Gary Beene, as I did testing for his gbThreads application.
I have become interested in Oxygen Basic,
and would like to join the forum for that reason.
QuoteThe random Bluetooth mac addresses are more than likely other Bluetooth devices (computers, mice, keyboards, Watches, earbubs, smart home devices, tv's, sound systems, home appliances, old phones, cars, dog collars tracers, etc.)
Quoteif you like speed, make these commands in ASM