A Call-A.P.P.L.E. Techniqueby Mat DavisCall-A.P.P.L.E. Magazine October 1982 PP17 One of the Apple’s strongest points is its ability to use multiple operating systems such as DOS 3.3 and Pascal. For someone who uses both of these operating systems, there are times when it would be convenient to have disks that both Pascal and DOS could […]
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By Thomas G. WilliamsCall -A.P.P.LE. July 1982 PP79 THE Symbol Symon symbolic debugger is a major improvement over the capability included in the Apple ][ monitor. Unfortunately, it does not know about the Big Mac.LC assembler and thus can not save or use the symbol table produced by Big Mac.LC. Symbol Symon can be used […]
The BIG NEWS for this issue is APPLESOFT WORKSHOP is here! The cost is S6.41 postpaid, and orders will be accepted, subject to the following conditions: This preliminary version will be updated several times over the next few months. Updates will be available at $2.00 postpaid. This version is disk-dependent in that it requires disk […]
Much of this issue of Call-A.P.P.L.E. was done 0n our own Apple II Computer, nobly assisted by an Integral Data IP-225 printer, along with our own modification of Phil Roybal’s Lower Case Character Generating Program (See Contact, May, 1978) The IP-225 has performed beautifully, and because you can software-select eight different type fonts, It is […]
Currently, only the July issue is available. We plan to reprint April, May and June as time and money permit. If you have not received the back issue you want, please send a self-addressed envelope and 41 ¢ postage, along with the issues you desire. We will fill the orders, but it may take quite […]
Coming up in the July issue of Call-A.P.P.L.E. Magazine: Annotated Memory Test by Bob Huelsdonk Using Color Mask in HIRES by Darryl Aldrich Mystery Program — A Contest by Val Golding Programming Hints from Apple to Z Integer Basic Floating Point by Don Williams Reviews, New Product Announcements, Etc.