A new way of writing Applesoft Basic programs has been created by Andres Lozano, known in the Apple ][ world as Loz. Virtual Basic is a complete BASIC with all of the same operators and commands as Applesoft, except that it is written in a style much like other high level languages of the modern […]
Apple and the BSD folks have included two of the four editors as part of the base install packages. The first goes by two names and is accessed via the terminal (Applications –> Utilities –> Terminal). They are either pico or nano (note the lowercase). These are almost as basic as one can get and […]
10 REM ROUTINE TO FORMAT DECIMALNUMBERS ROUNDED OFF TO TWO PLACES AND RIGHT JUSTIFIED BY BOB HUELSDONK 15 REM 4/27/78 20 REM APPLE PUGETSOUND PROGRAM LIBRARY EXCHANGE 6708 39TH AVE SW SEATTLE, WA. 98136 70 FOR I • 1 TO 10: READ A: P= A : GOSUB 6000 75 PRINT P$: NEXT 80 END 90 […]
NOTE:Values 00 to 7F (0 to 127 decimal) are used by the standard Ascii character set. As in Integer BASIC, Apple II outputs last two rows (60-7F) as uppercase. This table is a complement to “Applesoft II Pointers and Tokens on Pages 6 & 7, and should be saved as a permanent reference chart.
By Darrell Aldrich While written for Applesoft II, this article is also applicable to Integer Basic HIRES graphics mode. The High Resolution Graphics screen is composed of 280 vertical bars (X coordinates), by 160 units high (Y coordinates). The even-numbered bars are violet in color, while the odd-numbered bars are green. The color white is […]
By Val J. Golding Here are simple routines that will allow you to append programs in both version of Applesoft. While appending can be done under program control in App. II, it is really simpler to do it without. The routines are the same in both versions; only the pointers have been changed (to protect […]