==================================NOTE========================================
FOR USE WITH 'MOF' PROGRAM ONLY ITEM 21 IS NECESSARY, THE OTHERS ARE STILL 
INTERESTING BUT HAVEN'T BEEN TESTED RECENTLY.  BE CAREFUL WHEN LOOKING AT
OLD FILES TO GET A GOOD MATCH OF THE CQWW.CTY OR ARRL.CTY FILES WITH THE
DATE OF THE .BIN FILES.  THE CQWW.CTY IN THE \MM\DATA DIRECTORY MATCHES
THE PXLOC.DAT FILE AND BOTH ARE NECESSARY TO GET BEAM HEADING AND PROP
DATA EXTRACTED PROPERLY.  THE OLDCQWW.CTY AND OLDPXLOC.DAT ARE A GOOD PAIR
FOR LOGS UP TO THE 1993 ARRL TESTS, COPY THE NEWCQWW.CTY AND NEWPXLOC.DAT
TO CQWW.CTY AND PXLOC.DAT TO EXAMINE DATA FOR MORE RECENT CONTESTS.
IT MAY BE BEST TO LOAD THE LOG INTO CT AND TELL IT THAT ITS A CQWW CONTEST 
BEFORE USING THIS TOOL.
I'M SORRY THIS IS A BIT CLUMSY RIGHT NOW, BUT IT DOES GET THE DATA OUT.

THIS PROGRAM ONLY WORKS ON CT VERSION 7 LOGS, 9TO8 AND 8TO7 ARE INCLUDED
TO CONVERT THE LOGS.
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MMPRINT MANUAL


COMMAND LINE:   MMPRINT FILENAME

I THINK THESE ARE SELF EXPLANITORY, SO WILL EXPLAIN IN DETAIL LATER.

THE FIRST ITEM: 'REMOVE ERASED ENTRIES' MUST BE DONE BEFORE LOADING A LOG
INTO CT FOR EDITING OR CT MAY GET MESSED UP... NOTE: THIS CAN NOT BE DONE ON
A SERIAL NUMBER CONTEST LIKE WPX.  SINCE THERE IS NO PROVISION TO STORE A
SERIAL NUMBER IN THE LOG FILE THE DELETE FUNCTION IS DISABLED ON WPX CONTESTS.

I THINK THE 'REMOVE DUPES' WILL WORK ON WPX, BUT DON'T USE IT OR YOUR SERIAL
NUMBERS PRINTED OUT WILL BE WRONG.

ITEM 20: MY BREAKDOWNS PROVIDE A WHOLE SET OF QSO BREAKDOWN. THE FILES WITHOUT
HEADINGS ARE MEANT FOR IMPORT TO PROGRAMS LIKE LOTUS, SUPERCALC, MATHCAD, ETC.
FOR PLOTTING RESULTS OR DOING YOUR OWN ANALYSIS.

	QSO RATE BREAKDOWN IN FILE *.M1A;
		same data in *.M1B without headings
	CTY RATE BREAKDOWN IN FILE *.M2A
		same data in *.M2B without headings
	ZONE RATE BREAKDOWN IN FILE *.M3A
		same data in *.M3B-G without headings
	CONTINENT RATE BREAKDOWN IN FILE *.M4A
		same data in *.M4B-G without headings
	BEAM RATE BREAKDOWN IN FILE *.M5A
		same data in *.M5B-G without headings
		this is breakdown of qso's per hour by beam heading to dx stations
	CLUMP RATE BREAKDOWN IN FILE *.M6A
		same data in *.M6B-G without headings
		these are CQ zones grouped together in 'clumps' roughly by continent
		as follows:
		14,40                   19,24-26              2,4,5
		15                      28-30
		16,20                   31,32
		33 thru 39              1,3
		17,21                   6-9
		18,22,23                10-13
	SUNRISE RATE BREAKDOWN IN FILE *.M7A
		same data in *.M7B-G without headings
		qso rates per hour by the dx station sunrise time.  this and the next
		two can be interesting for low bands.  sometimes you can see a very
		distinct peak around double grey line openings, and very distinct lines
		of sunrise or sunset.
	SUNSET RATE BREAKDOWN IN FILE *.M8A
		same data in *.M8B-G without headings
		same as *.M7@ series but for dx station sunset times
	NOON RATE BREAKDOWN IN FILE *.M9A
		same data in *.M9B-G without headings
		same as *.M7@ series but for dx station local noon times

		@ IS THE BAND NUMBER FOR MOST BREAKDOWNS... AS FOLLOWS:
			A = ALL BANDS
			B = 160M
			C = 80M
			...
			G = 10M

ITEM 21: CREATES FILENAME.PRP FOR USE WITH THE MOF PROGRAM