About ADIF Totals

This software loads ADIF files and totals the Grids, DXCC and US States worked.
There are 2 options for the output summaries - {By Log} and {By Bands}.
Bands summarized are 160m thru 24G. Software uses meters in ADIF.

Of course States are summarized only when the ADIF has the <state> tag.
States can be added to the ADIF file by selecting the Add States to log menu item.
If the <state> tag does not exist, QRZ.com is opened to that call.
An input box is displayed at the upper-left part of the screen.
Move QRZ to the side so you can input the 2-character States.
Enter any 1-character, not a space, for unknown states like for /MM QSOs.
Enter a blank input to cancel.

The data in the outputs is alpha sorted by Grids, by DXCC and by States.
A selectable option allows sorting DXCC by Prefix or by Country text.
An asterisk (*) is placed above the column being sorted.

The default folder when you install the software is c:\ADIF_Totals. You may put the software anywhere. Put the ADIF files in the default folder or optional folder. See `Optional folders for files` below.

Click an ADIF file, then click the [Get Totals] button. The results are printed to the screen. The same information is also written to the {ADIF_filename.sum} text file. "ADIF_filename" is the name of the file being used (ex: 20M-WSJT-FT8.ADI) - the .ADI extension is replaced with the .SUM extension.

The software screen can be re-sized by dragging the lower-right corner of the form. Use the upper-right-X to save the position and screen size.
  • To view or edit the ADIF file, click the file and do right-mouse click. NotePad or EditPad must be in the application folder for this open function to work.
  • To view the SUM file, do right-mouse click on the summary output window. To auto open the summary after it is written, click the File Auto Open Summary menu to set the check mark.

    Help files:
    In the Help menu, select to use either the older WinHelp32 file or the HTML (.chm) file. Click Contents to view the help. Or you can open either of these Help files in MyComputer.

    Optional folders for files:
    You can use 2 optional folders for the .adi and .sum files. Using the default folders under the application startup folder will be easiest. If you make the 2 optional folders, put the ADIF files in the ADIF files folder.

    Use the File Set folders menu.
    The `Default` folder is the application startup folder.
    Make new folders, for example:
    Click `Done` to refresh the folder lists.
    When making new folders, double click the folders in the tree to select them.

    Problems: Some software that writes ADIF files doesn`t put an EOL termination after each <eor>. Therefore the entire log is read into ADIF_Totals as one record. Open those ADIF files in WORDPAD and do [Save], which writes the EOL termination (carriage return and line feed).