In this lesson, you'll learn how to distribute and install your
applications into your user's machine. One way to do this is to
simply copy all your files into a disk and instruct your user to copy
the files from your disk into the PC. You also have to instruct your
user to create a program group for your application in the Program
Manager of Windows. Alternatively, you can write a program that does
the installation automatically. Such program should let the user choose
the drive and directory in which the application should be installed,
copy the files from your disk into the selected directory, check
whether the user's hard drive has sufficient space, create the program
group in the Program Manager of Windows, update the user WIN.INI file
and a variety of other tasks.
INSTALLING YOUR APPLICATIONS
1. What should be the contents of the first line in the SETUP.LST file?
(a) It does not matter.
(c) The Windows Version
2. One of the files that you should copy into the distribution disk is
the VER.DL_file. Is this file in a compressed form?
TEST YOUR PROGRESS
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