BBall Letter 4 to Dr. Michael W. Ecker

BBallCS - Baseball probability in Visual C# .net

Computes the probability that the 1st place team will beat the 2nd place
team for the division title, assuming each has a 50-50 chance of winning
any given future game. Uses a bivariate binomial distribution as a model.

Copyright (c) 1981-2004 by author: Harry J. Smith,
19628 Via Monte Dr., Saratoga CA 95070.  All rights reserved.

All of the source is included in the distributed zip file.
Please let me know what you think about this program.

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This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL) as published
by the Free Software Foundation. cf. the file COPYING.txt.

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From: Harry J. Smith 
To: Dr Michael W Ecker 
Sent: Sunday, September 05, 2004 5:51 PM
Subject: Fw: 10'th BBall Program

Now I have a 10th version of this program.
This one is in C#.
----- Original Message ----- 
Subj: 9'th BBall Program
Date: 94-05-27 17:22:01 EDT
From: HJSmith
To:   DrMichaelE
File:  BBALLVB.ZIP (230702 bytes)
DL time (9600 baud): < 6 minutes
Remember my BBall program written in 8 languages:
    BBallP.Pas    BBallP.Exe   : Pascal version
    BBallC.C      BBallC.Exe   : C version
    BBallCpp.Cpp  BBallCpp.Exe : C++ version
    BBallCpW.Cpp  BBallCpW.Exe : C++ for Windows version
    BBallQ.BAS    BBallQ.Exe   : QBASIC version
    BBallB.BAS    BBallB.Exe   : GWBASIC version
    BBallF.FOR    BBallF.Exe   : FORTRAN version
    BBallA.Pkg    BBallA.Exe   : ADA version
Well I now have a 9th version.  It is written in Visual Basic 2.0.
    BBallVB.MAK   BBallVB.Exe  : Visual Basic Windows version
A friend of mine updated his Visual Basic to version 3.0, and gave me
his 2.0 version. I had to try it out. Works great.
QuickBASIC and GWBasic are the languages of choice for REC, but it is
interesting to include other languages.
I don't know if you are familiar with VB. To run a VB 2.0 program you
need the file VBRUN200.DLL in the \WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory or in the
same directory as the .EXE file. I have included VBRUN200.DLL in the
BBallVB.Zip file, but you may already have it.

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