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Author Topic: An old project back again CALLSIGN lookup via TXT  (Read 693 times)
KI4MVE
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« on: September 30, 2009, 02:08:36 AM »

I have recently in my studies at school brought back to life my script that will send you callsign information via text messages.

**I do NOT charge for the use of the script or the information but beware that if you do not have a text messaging plan you may be charged by your carrier NOT ME!!  Also if you have low texting plan like 250 messages per month or the like then you will incure 2 txt's per lookup, one when you send my script the request and another when my script send you the information!!**

So with that said...

1) Type a text message to 41411
2) In the message body type CALLSIGN XX1XXX and substitute the xx1xxx with a callsign of your choice based out of the US ONLY!
3) Wait a moment then you should receive the callsign iformation.

Please feel free to help me out and I will format the data in anyway that gets the most requests.  Keep in mind I only have 120 characters that I can work with including spaces and line breaks.  I'd like it to be a well used script so I really want to make it display the info based on a collective suggestion method.

Thanks,
Chad Taylor
New Callsign is Actually K0KAD Smiley 73's
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KI4MVE
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« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2009, 02:23:35 AM »

just as a note the script is not case sensative!  If you enter k0KaD it is the same as K0KAD or k0kad the same is true for the Keyword CALLSIGN or CallSIGn etc.
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N0FPE
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« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2009, 02:55:06 PM »

tried it...no response
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