Scientists and engineers can use the Macintosh as a general-purpose laboratory tool by creating virtual instruments.
[author : G. Michael Vose and Gregg Williams]
This easy-to-build device is extremely difficult to crack.
[author : Steve Ciarcia]
Use the XOR function to implement modulo 2 division when calculating cyclic redundancy checks.
[author : Greg Morse]
BREAKPT provides the IBM PC-DOS DEBUG program with a break-out switch.
[author : Edward Batutis]
If maintaining data on disk is a problem for you, these BASIC routines may be the solution.
[author : Stephen C. Perry]
A look at two ways to interface a machine language routine to Pascal.
[author : James Feldman]
Programming in assembly language will help you exploit the 68000 to the fullest.
[author : Mike Morton]
The powerful yet simple programmer's model offered by the 68000's architecture makes UNIX implementation easy.
[author : Andrew L. Rood, Robert C. Cline, and Jon A. Brewster]
High levels of hardware and software compatibility distinguish the five members of this family.
[author : Thomas L. Johnson]
A programmer surveys TOS operating system and how the 68000 influences it.
[author : Michael Rothman]
An exploration of the exciting possibilities for animation on the Amiga.
[author : Elaine A. Ditton and Richard A. Ditton]
A comparison of the system calls on two 68000-based machines reveals one as the clear winner.
[author : Adam Brooks Webber]
[author : Jon Edwards]
An inexpensive Apple II clone with integrated disk drives.
[author : Albert S. Woodhull]
An IBM PC compatible that has lots of standard features.
[author : Stan Miastkowski]
A speedy machine virtually identical to the AT&T PC 6300.
[author : Wayne Rash Jr.]
A hefty printer that lets you program dozens of functions.
[author : Robert D. Swearengin]
Simple-to-install memory expansion for IBM PCs and compatibles.
[author : Jonathan Angel]
An implementation of Prolog for the IBM PC
[author : Namir Clement Shammas]
A virtual memory manager that enables you to shift between programs instantly.
[author : Mark Haas]
A relational database offering tremendous power.
[author : Rusel DeMaria]
Improvements beyond earlier versions.
[author : Ricardo Birmele]
Readers respond to previous reviews.
But he was able to finish all he had to do.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Close-ups on Turbo Prolog and LightspeedC
[author : Bruce Webster]
Bill finds a few interesting products at Tokyo's Microcomputer Show.
[author : William M. Raike]
Dick returns to the topic of dynamic load balancing.
[author : Dick Pountain]
Excellent software is converting this Mac skeptic.
[author : Ezra Shapiro]