Tag: programming

Higher Text Plus released by A.P.P.L.E.

Seattle, Washington — July 24, 2020 — Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange (A.P.P.L.E.) is proud to announce the availability of a new manual for “Higher Text Plus” written by Ron Aldrich and Darrell Aldrich in 1980. Generate upper and lower case text in a variety of typefaces, sizes, and colors from your programs for display […]

Ampermanager released by A.P.P.L.E.

Seattle, Washington — July 24, 2020 — Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange (A.P.P.L.E.) is proud to announce the availability of a new manual for “Ampermanager: Amper Soft & DOS Manager” written by Rick Sutcliffe in 1983. Ampermanager enhances the BASIC programming language on the Apple II by interfacing machine language routines directly to Applesoft with […]

ProCMD released by A.P.P.L.E.

Seattle, Washington — July 24, 2020 — Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange (A.P.P.L.E.) is proud to announce the availability of a new manual for “ProCMD: The Commander” written by Glen Bredon in 1987. From the author who gave us Big Mac comes ProCMD: The Commander – a set of ProDOS utilities and 25 new ProDOS […]

DOLORES Library V.11.1 Released

With this new release we have direct access to the graphic functions via a jump-table which gives fixed routine calling addresses that will be preserved in future versions of the library. You can call the functions fro AppleSoft (example given on my webpage) or from assembler. Find the new disk image here: http://www.golombeck.eu/index.php?id=48&L=1 Find information […]

Double LORES Library V10c available

A new version of the Double LORES library containing a lot of optimisations and bugfixes is available for download (thx to Roby Sherman for his valuable input / sorry no new features this time!)Download a DSK-image from my website: http://www.golombeck.eu/index.php?id=48&L=1 Solved issues: Mixed mode support bugfixes – PRINT and INPUT statements work as expected DOS disconnection – when issuing a &GR […]

Two-Liner Game Exhibition Winners

As some of you already know, the Apple II Software Enthusiasts Facebook Group hosted a friendly, game-themed two-liner programming exhibition in the first quarter of 2020. The exhibition concluded yesterday with a number of amazing, compact, and fun little gems! A free collection of .dsk images along with information (where provided) about how each game is played […]