May 8th, 2006, 20:07 Posted By: wraggster
Youresam has updated his Lua Netlib app, heres whats new:
<blockquote>Wow, this is what, my 4th program in 2 weeks?
Anyway, this is netlib v1.4. It features sending text messages (SMS) to a cell phone. (Its free for you, and cheap for them!) But seriously, it is free for you, but it acts like a normal text message for them. It might even cost them money if they dont have a subscription for text messaging so I advise you do NOT send random text messages as many times as you want unless you know if it would be ok with them. Imagine getting your phone bill and it has $20 worth of text messages
However, that doesnt mean you cant enjoy this new feature! Right now, the limitations are that it must be [not sure though] in the US, and you cannot use the 'enter' key. It has to be one line line.
The function added is:
number: a text string containing the 10-digit destination number
text: the content of the message
optional from: text string of who its from. If left blank, "PSP" is used.
I would also like to thank PsPmad for the idea...and well, finding the way to do it all!
As always, I have included an example for you to test it out.</blockquote>
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