Edited by Caustiq, 14 July 2004 - 08:28 PM.
Scan - 503-451-79XX
10 replies to this topic
Posted 11 July 2004 - 02:27 PM
That program looks kind of cool, you should add another part that takes the non-sequential list and puts it in sequential order, that way you don’t get bored scanning, but you still have a nice list of numbers that are in order. I would like to try out the program, I’m sure many people on this forum would be happy to host it if you would like to make it available. iv found lots of "message centers" that operate like that, the person saying there own name, and having a search in the directory of people that work there. I would also like to know who makes these systems; there fun to play around in.
Posted 11 July 2004 - 06:41 PM
I used to work at a Haggen, and this scan just shows that all their stores use the same extension numbers for the same departments. Their phone system was fun to play with. The first 2 digits of the extension are the store number, and it was possible to call from one store to another by just dialing 4 digits, even from Washington to Oregon.
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