The Wozpak Special Edition is now priced for the Christmas Holidays. The 350 page book with the notes from Steve Wozniaks’s Apple-1 and Apple II notes was produced in coordination with Steve Woznaik by Brian Wiser and Bill Martens. It includes a number of interesting items and introductions from the men who made the Apple […]
Tag: Don Williams
Don Williams will be our instructor again for two levels of Integer Basic Programming classes available to our members. Beginning and Intermediate classes will be available, with the beginning class starting sometime in August. Details will be available in the next issue of Call-A.P.P.L.E.
If you have a newer Apple with the silent keyboard, Don Williams has written a short and sweet machine language routine to solve your problem. 0300: 48 PHA 0301 : A9 20 LDA #$20 0303: 8D 30 CO STA $C030 0306: 20 A8 FC JSR $FCA8 0309: 8D 30 CO STA $C030 030C: 68 PLA […]
Date: 20 June 1978 Time: 7:07 pm The meeting got off to a flying start at 7:07 PM as we introduced ourselves. Our official membership now stands at about 64, with 31 present at this meeting. (And in the two weeks since the meeting, has increased to over 100!) Val reported that the new Call […]
The Assembly Language classes are now scheduled to start June 1 at Empire Electronics. Cost $35 per persorn including Synertek manual. To sign up, call Tom Geer at (206)244-5200 or Don Williams at (206)242-6807. The course includes Number Systems, Boolean Algebra, 6502 Instruction set and Programming.
For Applesoft users, a fix decimal point routine by Bob Huelsdonk and a floating point foutine for Integer Basic by Don Williams, along with YOUR programs and YOUR articles. Our pay scale is pretty low (nothing!), but the rewards are gratifying… By submitting your programs to our library, you have helped another member with your […]
18 April 1978 Meeting Time: 1905 Place: Omega Stereo in Bellevue The meeting was held at Omega Stereo in Bellevue. Val Golding called the meeting to order at 7:05 and led the introductions to the 22. members present. Mike Thyng read the March minutes, which were then approved. Val reported he had contacted a Sottech […]
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 […]