The 65C816 processor brings the Apple II into the 16-bit world.
[author : Gregg Williams and Richard Grehan]
This new and improved device includes an on-board CPU and intelligent firmware.
[author : Steve Ciarcia]
Some techniques to avoid the dangers involved in allocating memory.
[author : Jonathan Amsterdam]
The amount of RAM available to the sound system provides the limit of what you can do.
[author : David D. Thiel]
Exploit the powers of 2 for simplified flag testing and input comparison.
[author : Robert C. Arp Jr.]
A fifth-generation language for MS-DOS and PC-DOS environments.
[author : Robert Morein]
This high-level, general-purpose programming language emphasizes nonnumeric computation.
[author : Ralph E. Griswold and Madge T. Griswold]
You can create a user-friendly interface for DOS with this ANSI.SYS replacement.
[author : Anthony Zackin]
A FORTH-based database language that can run backward in time.
[author : Roedy Green]
This program for the IBM PC emulates the Zilog Z80 and CP/M 2.2.
[author : Robert A. Baumann]
A roundup of some of the best public domain CP/M software.
[author : Brock N. Meeks]
[author : Jon Edwards]
This machine features spectacular graphics and useful peripherals.
[author : Tom Thompson]
A version of the Portable 286 that comes in four configurations.
[author : Stan Miastkowski]
Systems from Alloy, Sysgen, Tallgrass, and Tecmar offer a variety of features and capabilities.
[author : Malcolm C. Rubel]
The successor to muLISP-83 and the short-lived muLISP-85.
[author : Robert J. Schalkoff]
A compiler and editor package for IBM PCs and compatibles.
[author : Mark Bridger]
Malcolm C. Rubel
Powerful word processing that is easy to learn.
Three programs for data recovery and file management.
[author : Rubin Rabinovitz]
Readers respond to previous reviews.
Jerry attends NCC, where his worst fears are confirmed.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
A wedding announcement and a look at Advanced Trace86.
[author : Bruce Webster]
Ezra looks at some programs for MS-DOS machines.
Bill travels to Thipei and sees numerous IBM-compatible machines.
[author : William M. Raike]
CGEN provides an efficient means of translating Microsoft BASIC programs into C.
[author : Dick Pountain]