The computer glare embraces software compatibility and support for independent peripheral manufacturers.
[author : Phil Lemmons]
With a Z8-BASIC Microcomputer, you can easily put together a versatile programmer for 2716 EPROMs.
[author : Steve Clarda]
The age of communication for personal cornputers has arrived; don't be left behind
[author : Ken Clements and Dave Daugherty]
Graphics indirection lets you quickly change the colors used in the video display and redefine the Atari character set.
[author : Chris Crawford]
The "one person, one computer" concept is improved wiht communications.
[author : Dr Harry J Saal]
A checklist of professional touches that can make software sell
[author : C A Johnson]
A London conference confronts the problem & software piracy.
[author : Martin Hayman]
A set of general modules provides a basis for networking.
[author : Peter B Reintjes]
A little SLEEP can go a long way
[author : Wendell Brown]
Admissible algorithms allow you to few an optimal solution without an exhaustive search of the slate-space tree
[author : Gregg Williams]
Some UCSD plotting routines that can be linked to any Pascat program
[author : Dr James Stork]
Use your computer to lower those budget-breaking heat bills.
[author : Kimball Beasley]
Software problems can hold back a small-businsess data-processing explosion.
[author : Paul T Brady]
A company logo is the vehicle for understanding windows and scaling
[author : Kathleen Bresnahan Sandifur]
A device that lets you communicate with your microcomputer
[author : David R Richards]
A mathematical method used by computer programmers to determine the relative importance of the tasks under their supervision.
[author : W Douglas Maurer]
Innovative instructions can forestall the "software crisis."
[author : Glenn L Williams]
On converting the machematics of linear regression into a general-purpose BASIC program
[author : Douglas William Madron]
Put UCSD Pascal through its paces to ease programming and have fun
[author : David Casseres]
Bui1d this high-speed 10-bit analog-to-digital converter for your Apple for less than $100
[author : Michael A Seeds]
PS allows assembly-language code and high-level code to be mixed
[author : Valo G Motalygo]
[author : Glen Flint]
[author : Eliakim Willner]
[author : Mark Dahmke]
[author : Tim Daneliuk]
Discover the Machine Beneath the Machine, A Z80 Monitor Program
A Closet Look at the TRS-80 Color Computer
Two Short Graphics Programs for the OSI C-IP
Recursive Procedures for the 6502 Microprocessor
Memory Manipulator, Eliminate Hex-a-Phobia
A Fast, Ancient Method for Multiplication
Apple Pascal Cross-Reference
Use a Relative Subroutine Call for Relocatable Z80 Programs
The Variable-Duty-Cycle Algorithm
Dynamic Simulation in BASIC
Local-area networks are a means of sharing information and resources among many personal computers located within a relatively short distance of each other. As Robert Tinney's cover illustrates, each station in the network is linked physically to the others, but each also can operate independently. The local networks themselves need not operate in a void; gateways can link them with other networks thousands of miles away. To expand on this month's theme, we present an assortment of articles, including "Local-Area Networks: Possibilities for Personal Computers," "Ultra-Low-Cost Network for Personal Computers," and "Network Tools-Ideas for Intelligent Network Software." In addition, Steve Ciarcia helps you "Build an Intelligent EPROM Programmer," and Martin Hayman discusses "Software Protection in the United Kingdom." We have "The Atari Tutorial, Part 2: Graphics Indirection," and C A Johnson advises on how to "Prepare Your Program for Publication." Of course, you can also enjoy our regular features and much more.