Dagen Brock has updated his recently released 65xx Programmers Reference for iOS. This App is a great reference for programmers of the 65xx series CPU’s such as those found in the Apple II series computers. The latest version of the program has complete CPU separation allowing those who are programming a specific CPU to only […]
When an app is installed via MacPorts, or one of the other programs used to bring Linux apps to the Mac, it is stored as a program requiring a terminal program to run. This is fine for some programs such as 7zip but not for others such as pan (a GUI newsreader) and gftp (a […]
Finding interesting stuff for the Mac is difficult given the relative numbers of users and programmers out there. I think I may have found something though. In the *NIX world (including OS X) the Python language seems to be the up and coming thing for programming. Python is an interpreted object oriented language. Python comes […]
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.