“Hey, sir, look at this!”. That is one thing that you can rely on about Nellie Hacker. When she has something to say she just bursts right in. “I thought you were typing up one of my articles tonight.” I shot back to the other end of my lab where Nellie sat hunched over the […]
The BIG NEWS for this issue is APPLESOFT WORKSHOP is here! The cost is S6.41 postpaid, and orders will be accepted, subject to the following conditions: This preliminary version will be updated several times over the next few months. Updates will be available at $2.00 postpaid. This version is disk-dependent in that it requires disk […]
Coming up in the July issue of Call-A.P.P.L.E. Magazine: Annotated Memory Test by Bob Huelsdonk Using Color Mask in HIRES by Darryl Aldrich Mystery Program — A Contest by Val Golding Programming Hints from Apple to Z Integer Basic Floating Point by Don Williams Reviews, New Product Announcements, Etc.
Computerland and Empire Electronics are now offering Apple II related hardware and software classes at their stores. For more information, contact the individual store nearest you.
COMPUTER COMPONENTS (Formerly Computer Playground) of Westminster, Ca. now offers an Apple II/S-lOO bus interface. The price for the interface is set at $100. They also offer other i/0 cards and software
The OMEGA STEREO Bellevue store has now added Vector Graphics and Axiom to their current line of available computer products.
By Val J. Golding I would like to comment briefly on my. experience running Don’ s program the first time. Like most of you, I have had very little to do with low level programming. With Don’s program, I was able to see at a glance how a BASIC line like “500 PRINT” translated into […]