Bytes From The Apple

Bob Huelsdonk and Val Golding have been hard at work assembling new programs for the software library. See the complete listing below which includes many new programs. Programs from the A.P.P.L.E. library may be ordered as follows: For copies on cassette, send $1. 00, along with 35¢ in postage, a self addressed letter size envelope and the names of the programs desired, to Val.

For listings only, a self addressed, stamped envelope.  As soon as Val has a printer up and running you will receive your program dumps.



  • ALPHABET,  5K.  — A fancy new color demo from the folks at Apple Computer, Inc.
  • ALPHA SORT, 1K*. — Bob’s program will sort your data into alphabetical apple pie order
  • ANNE APPLE, 5K. — You talk to Anne, and she talks back. FUN!
  • COLOR SKETCH SAVE, 2K. — Save your art!
  • HEXDEC I, 1K*. — Converts Hexadecimal to Decimal and vice-versa
  • HEXDEC II, 1K. — Same as HEXDEC I but limited to 32767
  • HURKLE, 2K. — Apple Computer Company game.  Find the invisible Hurkle on your monitor screen!
  • MULTIPLY, 1K — Teaches kids the multiplication tables
  • ROCKET PILOT — Land on the moon!
  • STAR WARS — Galactic target practice
  • STOPWATCH, 1K. — Real time clock & timer.
  • VOT, 3K — Snappy one-way conversation with your Apple

* = Written in Applesoft

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About the Author

Val J. Golding

Val J. Golding was the founder of Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange (A.P.P.L.E.) and served on it's board from 1978 to 1984. and 2002 to 2008. He passed away on 2 July 2008. He was one of the founders of the International Apple Corps, served as the editor of Call-A.P.P.L.E. Magazine as well as Apple Orchard and On Three Magazines.