Category: Applesoft

The Program They Said Couldn’t Be Written

The Aldrich brothers strike again.  Remember, folks, you read it first in Call-A.P.P.L.E..  “Convert”, by Ron Aldrich using the disk, will create a text file from an Integer BASIC program listing, call Applesoft, and presto, your program has been converted.   After Conversion, list it out and note all the lines that need to be changed […]

Memory Map – Apple II with Applesoft BASIC Loaded

MEMORY RANGE* DESCRIPTION ———————– —————————————- 0.1FF Program work space; not available to user. 200.2FF Keyboard character buffer. 300.3FF Available to user for short machine language programs. 400.7FF Screen display area for text or color graphics. 800. 2FFF APPLESOFT BASIC compiler. (Cassette Tape Version) 800. XXX User Program (ROM version – A2B0009X installed) where XXX is […]