(note: passages should be in the form: BOOK Chapter [Verse [End-verse] ] )
If you need to know the form of the book titles, type "help"
note: Douay book titles are different in some cases. Eg Isaias for Isaiah, Jonas for Jonah.
(note: passage should be in the form: BOOK Chapter [Verse [End-verse] ] - )
A while back, I acquired a machine-readable copy of the WEB Bible translation (http://www.ebible.org/bible/WEB/webfaq.htm ) and was doing a number of text processing things with it. Here are some programs to use if you'd like to use the WEB Bible (Douay or King James, now):
http://mrklingo.freeshell.org/aol/jpklingon/scroll.zip - Visual Basic for Win 3.1 or Win9x WEB ONLY
http://mrklingo.freeshell.org/aol/jpklingon/webship.zip - command mode for Win9x/NT machines ; includes source and executables for reading WEB, KJV, Douay and Vulgate.
http://mrklingo.freeshell.org/aol/joeland54/webship.zip - command mode for DOS machines WEB and KJV ONLY
You'll need a KJV or WEB (or both) file for this software. Move the file into the directory from which you run WEBible or KJBible. Unzip it and type "WEBible SPLIT", or "KJBible SPLIT". This generates the web.dir or kjv.dir directory with the needed Biblical files
http://www.ebible.org/bible/web/webgbf.zip - download the GBF format of the WEB translation here
http://www.ebible.org/bible/kjv/kjvgbf.zip - download the GBF format of the KJV translation here
http://www.geocities.com/mrklingon/drv.zip - GBF format of the Douay translation - already split. Unzip it in the directory you run drbible.exe in.
http://www.geocities.com/mrklingon/bible/vul.zip - GBF format of the Vulgate - already split. Unzip it in the directory you run latbible.exe in.