Tag: Applesoft

ProBASIC released by A.P.P.L.E.

  Seattle, Washington — November 24, 2018 — Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange (A.P.P.L.E.) and Alan Bird are proud to announce the immediate availability of the new manual ProBASIC: Professional Modular BASIC Programming.  ProBASIC enhances the Applesoft BASIC that is built-in to your Apple II computer.  New commands and functions can be added to your […]

Blankenship BASIC – New Manual

Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange (A.P.P.L.E.) has released a new manual for the Apple II programming language Blankenship BASIC by John Blankenship.  Beyond improved readability from modern typesetting, this 80 page manual makes using, understanding, and expanding the programming language easy.  John assisted us with this release, and he is eager to see how people […]

NuInput 2.0 is released

NuInput, the replacement package for Applesoft’s INPUT and GET commands has been updated.  Ivan Drucker, the author of NuInput and Slammer has made the latest version 2.0,  available for immediate download from the NuInput website. NuInput was initially introduced by Ivan at the 2010 rendition of Kansasfest (http://www.kfest.org) as part of a demonstration he did […]

Applesoft’s Input Statement

by Andrew McKellarAustralian Apple Review June 1987 Using Applesoft’s INPUT statement does not allow great control over what the user types. There is no control over the number of characters lo be entered, no commas can be typed etc.. This routine replaces Applesoft’s INPUT statement. It allow a specific maximum number of characters than can […]

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 […]