80 Microcomputing – 1980

80 Microcomputing – Volume 01 – January, 1980


Issue Information:


Volume: # 01
Date: January 1980
Load-80: No
Pages: 148

Table of Contents:
       

Application

52 Braille Alfred J Bruey Help the blind read.
54 Telepathy John Warren What’s on your mind?

Education

41 Night School Dr. Antonio Lopez 80’s go to school.
80 Fraction Tutor Tom Orr A homework helper.

General

28 The Tandy Story Chris Brown From boots to bytes.
93 Hidden Codes & Missing Chips Patrick & Leah O’Conner Why no small letters?
38 Keyboard Information Daniel Lovy A voyage into keyland

Hardware

78 Relay Protection Robert M Richarson Cheap insurance
132 CLOAD Fix Scott King Simple, but effective.

Home

32 Merry TRSMAS Collin B Taylor An electronic greeting

Interface

70 Level II to Model 33 Lauren A Colby UART to read this!
104 Smart Terminal Jimmy D Shirley An I.Q. of 300 baud?
109 Listen to your Keyboard Allan J Domuret Hear here!

Math

114 Oh No! Calculus Allan S Joffee Educate yourself.

Personal

56 Decisions, Decisions Stephen Walton Well, maybe, but …

Recreation

36 Music Maestro! Roger L. Pape Music with no accessories.
90 Tout I Charles J Wilson Don’t lose your shirt

Reviews

45 Disk Director Richard K Riley Electronic file card.
48 Software Review Rod Hallen Read before you buy.
74 Rival Publications Rod Hellen Boo! Hiss …

Style

102 Sort 80K in 6K! D. E Fitchman It can be done.

Theory

62 Cassette Problems Don Stoner & Dick Barker Why they don’t work.

Tutorial

60 Beyond Blackjack Robert M. Thorson After the novelty fades.
84 New Restored Ken Fordham Keep programs in NEW condition.
130 A Disk Primer William O’Brien An interesting diskussion.

Utility

68 Winking Cursor Daniel Lovy Twinkle, twingle …
82 Basic BASIC renumbering James Oriett Quick and dirty.
118 Get T-Bug High Irwin Rappaport Put it where you want it.
120 EDTSAM on Disk Robert Butler Reassemble your Editor
122 TTape Dennis Stevens Align yourself with ease.
134 Extra Variables Gary E Clark More, more, more!

Regulars

8 Remarks Wayne Green
10 80 Accountant Michael Tannenbaum
12 Unlimited 80’s Sherry Smuthe
13 Captain 80 Bob Liddil
13 Input Why not you?
14 80 Applications Dennis Kitsz
16 Clubs Ross Wirth
20 NEWS Michael Comendul
148 Preview Next month in 80
148 Advertisers Index

80 Microcomputing – Volume 02 – February, 1980


Issue Information:


Volume: # 02
Date: February 1980
Load-80: No
Pages: 134

Table of Contents:
       

Application

70 Passing the Plate Henry Reikers Fleece the flock.
104 Process Control Robert Hoffman Control the world.

General

32 DISK & Other Mysteries Harv Pennington The definitive dlsk book.
36 The Bottom Shelf Dan B Shuford The bottom line.
106 ROM Routines Wes Thielke. Basic shortcuts.

Hardware

4 Cassette Problems II Son Stoner & Dick Barker Enhance your CLOAD.
50 Faster! Faster! Dennis Kitsz Give your CPU adrenalin.
62 Video Tune-up David Miller Focus on your monitor.
94 A Simple Interface Arthur Mullin Hr. Turn on your 80
100 LPRINT “Cheap.” Fred Biechman. Hard times copy.

Home

114 Household Accountant David Andresen. Rent? Spent!

Reviews

24 Three Mailing Programs Reese Fowler All for disk.
26 Radio Shack’s Mailer Dr. Duncan Buell Good documentation.
38 Rival publications II Rod Hallen More competition?
58 Software Review Ii Rod Hallen Utilities Galore
66 Percom Drives D. Buffington & C Wagner. Alternative to Shugart.
79 Anadex Printer Walter June. Pruple printers.
80 Floppy PIMS Morris Herman. A disk database.
97 Games Review Rod Hallen Gambling androids.
111 Poor Man’s Text Editor Fred Blechman. $10 text editor

Tutorial

86 Relocate with PEEKPOKE Irwin Rappaport. A basic idea.

Style

73 Root Routines Curtis Gerlad. Get to the root of the problem.

Utility

42 BABYBUG Dennis Kitsz Miniature monitor.
68 CLOAD Machine Language Mark Schimelman Modify your monitor.
82 Append it! Crutis F Gerald. Two into one.
118 Compress It! David Powers. Program shrinker.
120 LPRINT Formatter E. M. McCormick Page your printouts.
124 Disk Index Ron Cheshire. Keep your programs in order.

Regulars

9 80 Remarks Wayne Green
11 80 Accountant Michael Tannenbaum
12 Captain 80 Bob Liddil
12 Input Why not you?
13 Club 80 Ross Wirth
14 Unlimited 80’s Sherry Smythe
14 80 Applications Dennis Kitsz
15 80 Review Chris Brown
16 NEWS Michael Comendul
130 Preview Next month in 80
130 Advertisers Index

80 Microcomputing – Volume 03 – March, 1980


Issue Information:


Volume: # 03
Date: March 1980
Load-80: No
Pages: 134

Table of Contents:
       

Application

60 KWIC Index Leslie Sparks Find it fast!
117 Biorythms Ralph Holthausen On a peak?
127 Duty Roster Dick Straw Put people in place
138 Soundex Codes Robert Hodge Name sound familiar?

Business

22 Printers Apprentice Rich Barnes Make a good impression
28 Investment Analysis Leslie Sparks Information in minutes

Game

55 4K Intelligence William Lopez Self modifying program

General

79 Part-time Consultant Michael Morin Money on the side

Hardware

72 lowercase & UPPERCASE Don Stoner & Dick Barker The best of both worlds
88 Babybug keyboard Dennis Kitsz Easy entry for Hex
96 Home Brew Interface C. R Vince Customerized control
113 Regulate It! William Klungle Smooth your rupple
120 I/O Ports plus Brian Harron Low cost interface
132 Box it in John Zalnerunas A cabinet idea

Home

42 IRS-80 William McNeill Record your deductions
130 Graph Plotter Scott King Display your bills

Math

84 Equations Allen Joffe Get to the root of them

Reviews

58 Useful Utilities Charles Leedham Renumber, Remodel & Proload.
77 Quick Printer Henry Riekers A $100 label?
134 One into Two Sherman Wantz Old programs in new BASIC
136 RS232 Roger Hicks. The RTadio Shack interface

Style

94 Inside the ROMs Bruce Stock Some useful routines

Utility

46 SPOOL & DeSPOOL H.S. Gentry Split eprsonality when printing
80 Test Your Memory Milan Chepko See if your chips are absent-minded
105 LPRINT Routines Craig Werner Hardcopy Video.
115 Whazit? J.B. Penny Read your tapes.
122 Screen Editor William Colsher Non-destructive cursor.
125 Extra Errors Charles Moses On Error read this

Regulars

8 80 Remarks Wayne Green
8 80 Applications Dennis Kitsz
10 Club 80 Ross Wirth
12 Input Why not you?
14 80 Accountant Michael Tannenbaum
15 Captain 80 Bob Liddil
16 Unlimited 80’s Sherry Smythe
18 NEWS Michael Comendul
146 Preview Next month in 80
146 Advertisers Index

80 Microcomputing – Volume 04 – April, 1980


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Volume: # 04
Date: April 1980
Load-80: No
Pages: 150

Table of Contents:
       

Application

95 Itinerary Ben Gorsky It’s Tuesday, must be London.
114 Magazine index William Klungie. Find that article.
121 Titler Mark Rotzlen Captions for your video.
123 I Ching Anthony Scarpeili The program o f changes.

Education

45 More Night School Dr. Antonio Lopez Continuing education.
77 Pre School Math Donald Hastings Teach your kids.

Games

60 Bail Box James D Lewis Adventures of a Squot.
16 Rock, Scissors, Paper Dodd Harris Play the game!

General

30 Computer Derelict Barry Kornfeid It could happen t o you.
98 A Dealer’s Experience S. M. DeFonzo Even dealers have problems.

Hardware

38 Build a Light Pen Wayne Holder Your own magic wand.
54 Reverse Video Dennis Kitsz Make your display easy to daer.
58 Mork & Mindy Monitor Hugo Jackson. A dual purpose display.
110 CTR-41 Modifications Delmer Hinrichs Bring it up to par.

Reviews

70 RSM-2 Monitor Bruce Churchill Extremely cost effective.
130 CBASIC Review Ken Knecht Now you C it!
136 Dilithium Tapes Rod Hallen Tapes t o read?

Style

103 INKEY$ Gary Himler Get rid of superfluous prompts.
128 Break Disable Jim Rastin Secure your programs.

Utility

62 Level II to Level I Mike Woll CLOAD your system.
68 Babybeep Dennis Kitsz Make R2-D2 jealous
80 Multiple USRs John Ventimiglia Ten instead of one.
84 T-BUG For II Allen Curtis Customize it.
90 MACROPOKE Monitor Larry Suter Poke your 80.
106 Service Tape Howard Flatley. Systemize your utilities.
108 KBFIX Fix C. W. Anderson Vvery usefulll!
33 BASIC Terminal Terry Noreault Straightforward software.

Regulars

8 80 Remarks Wayne Green
8 80 Applications Dennis Kitsz
9 Captain 80 Bob Liddil
10 Club 80 Ross Wirth
12 The Assembly Line William Barden, Jr.
15 Unlimited 80’s Sherry Smythe
16 80 Accountant Michael Tannenbaum
20 Reviews Chris Brown
26 Input Why not you?
28 NEWS Michael Comendul
146 Preview Next month in 80
146 Advertisers Index

80 Microcomputing – Volume 05 – May, 1980


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Volume: # 05
Date: May 1980
Load-80: No
Pages: 164

Table of Contents:
       

Application

62 Carpool Walter McCahan Getting to work in a squeeze
128 Model Conversion Tom Blackburn Up or down, feet or inches

General

36 Languages Jim Perry Parlez-vois Fortran?
44 Tiny Compiler David Bohlke A very basic compiler.
46 Put-N William O’Brien A language poposal
50 BASIC Word Processor Delmer Hinrichs Write it yourself
78 Business Programming Wes Clarke Operator proof operation
107 An Owner’s Tale John Dilbeck. Why did you buy one?
110 Computer Bulletin Boards Jim Cambron Yellow page 80’s

Hardware

70 Homebrew Memory Richard Ragucci It can be done.
74 Destick Your Relay Herman Lukoff. Preventative measures
84 CLOAD Micrometer Bertram Thiel Analog input output!

Reviews

38 Pascal I & II Fred Monsour Tiny alternatives.
56 Pencil Vs Scripsit Jim Perry The champ gets beaten!
58 Level III Ronald Bobo. Extra commands for BASIC
82 Disk Alternatives Harley Dyk Cheap, fast and reliable

Style

94 Free Format Search Henry Riekers Order from chaos.
142 Fractional Input David Cecil No half measures?

Utility

76 Babyroot Dennis Kitsz Root out the bad chips
86 CLOAD Monitor Norman Whaland A graphic CLOAD aid
96 Backup/Display Craig Lindley Clone your originals.
114 FastDOS Maynard Neyer Speed up your DOS
116 Etch-A-Screen James Shrum Design better layouts.
126 Progdata Steve Kelly An editor for hybrids
130 Super Sound David Morr beep, boop, ba boobla!
134 Cut & Splice BASIC R. B Nottingham Patchwork Programming
136 LPVIDEO David Powers Turn your screen into ink
144 Memory Dump Allan Joffe PEEK about memory
152 Screenprint Louise Frankenberg Three-finger hardcopy

Regulars

8 80 Remarks Wayne Green
8 Edit 80 Jim Perry
9 Unlimited 80’s Sherry Smythe
10 80 Accountant Michael Tannenbaum
22 Reviews Chris Brown
16 The Assembly Line William Barden, Jr.
22 80 Applications Dennis Kitsz
24 Captain 80 Bob Liddil
26 Input Why not you?
32 NEWS Michael Comendul
162 Preview Next month in 80
162 Advertisers Index

80 Microcomputing – Volume 06 – June, 1980


Issue Information:


Volume: # 06
Date: June 1980
Load-80: No
Pages: 164

Table of Contents:
       

Application

148 Quiz Master Richard Eckert Is this the answer?

Business

130 Accountants Aid James Sheats A workhorse worksheet

General

38 The Game of Life Dennis Kitsz Play G-d for a day.
62 Adventures in Roseland Allan Joffee Interesting displays
65 Randomness Todd Carpenter Is your 80 really random?
72 Doodle Bug Daniel Bishop Pen and paper saver.
78 Kaleidopen Richard Nicholas Computerized kaleidoscope
82 Real-time Graphics Richard Zidonis PEEK and POKE fun
96 Inside Level I Robert Meushaw Baby borhter grows up!
106 Double Size Graphics Bertram Thiel Larger than Life?
118 TRS-80 Trainer William Coisher Display your registers
124 EDTASM Index Terry Kepner Find references quickly

Hardware

154 Fuse Fix William Winter Save on repair charges

Interface

111 DECwriter Driver James Beauchamp Terminal I/O made easy
136 Testing 1, 2, 3 D. C Nelson Check your measurements
142 Teletype Interface Peter Noeth El cheapo printout.

Review

92 Applications Software Rod Hallen Micro packages

Software

116 True of False? John Krutch Computerized pattern recognition

Style

140 Keyboard Interrogation M. Yarbrough & J Vosteen Key Information?

Utility

88 Hex Display Dr. H Campbell Turn your FF into Decimal.
132 Buffer Analysis Robert Chambers Display your ASCII.
134 Display Formatting Allan Joffe Tidy screens
146 CLOAD Assembly Language Arthur Baker Get an autostart.

Regulars

8 80 Remarks Wayne Green
10 Input Why not you?
12 Debug I. N. Error
14 Reviews Chris Brown
20 80 Accountant Michael Tannenbaum
20 Captain 80 Bob Liddil
22 The Assembly Line William Barden, Jr.
28 80 Applications Dennis Kitsz
32 Unlimited 80’s Sherry Smythe
32 Club 80 Ross Wirth
34 NEWS Michael Comendul
162 Preview Next month in 80
162 Advertisers Index

80 Microcomputing – Volume 07 – July, 1980


Issue Information:


Volume: # 07
Date: July 1980
Load-80: No
Pages: 180

Table of Contents:
       

Application

58 Linear Meter Design Ronald Thibodeau An electronic VOM?
62 Get the Whole Story Fred Blechman Product distribution made easy

Game

152 The Third Dimension David Dlllehay 3D Tic-tac-toe

General

44 Computer Education J. Chartier and C Goldner Catch ’em young
48 How the Gamesman Began Nancy Robertson An adventurous youth?
52 The BASIC Switchyard Gene Perkins Get on the right track
78 In the Beginning Mark Herro How one owner sees it
84 Modification Update Scott Richards All the fixes
88 Disk Files Willlam O’Brien Spin the platter
110 Saving Money John Acres Everyone wants to

Graphics

76 Simple Graphics Ted Hommel Learn some tricks
128 Scatterplot R. F Genovese Is your RANDOM random?
130 Curve Plotter David Cecil Plot It out
140 Basic Drawing Buzz Gorsky Pictures In BASIC

Hardware

112 Relay Assistant Karl Jahns Add muscle to your relay
118 Two Different Worlds Scott Eckert Analog and digital
158 Disaster Saver Bob Brooks Prevent disk wipeouts

Interface

114 Heathkit Interlace Larry Kunk Assemble yourself printer
144 TTY interface Robin Rumbolt The cheapest hard copy?

Math

168 Real Roots Michael Daniels How to find them

Tutorial

94 White Jake Commander Fool your Interpreter
108 Beginners’ Formatting Wynne Keller Stan here for neat results

Reviews

100 Software for Hams Robert Richardson Extract from a new book
124 Centronics 730 Louise Frankenberg How does it perform?

Utility

136 SoundX Roxton Baker Liven up your ears
158 Displaced Programs Ron Moehlis Move them around
160 TCOPY Dennis Stevens Copy your tapes
162 Format 40 John Adams Get a maximum line length

Regulars

8 80 Remarks Wayne Green
10 Input Why not you?
16 Reviews Chris Brown
22 The Assembly Line William Barden, Jr.
26 80 Applications Dennis Kitsz
30 Captain 80 Bob Liddil
30 80 Accountant Michael Tannenbaum
38 NEWS Michael Comendul
178 Preview Next month in 80
178 Advertisers Index

80 Microcomputing – Volume 08 – August, 1980


Issue Information:


Volume: # 08
Date: August 1980
Load-80: No
Pages: 196

Table of Contents:
       

Application

86 On the Radio I Don Hastings Computers direct air time.

Games

42 Swords and Sorcery Barry L. Adams A contest with dragons and trolls
50 Star Search Howard Berenbon and Robert F Gentile A bonus for Trekkies
59 Star Fighter Albert C Ferrarra 4K of heavenly battle
62 Life in the Fast Lane Terry Kepner A hybrid of the game
68 U-Boat Hubert C Borrmann Play and learn
76 A Heartbeat Away Clinton Morey Presidential simulation
84 Slot Machine Stewart Fason Personalizing games

General

148 Rights of Passage Dan Keen and Dave Dischert The upgrade to Model II

Gardware

136 300 Baud Terminal Timothy Loos Using unused ICs

Utility

100 Tape Librarlan Raymond J Herold Tape management for micros
107 The Invisible Password Michael A Conley Keep your secret
108 Slash Zero Robert M. Richardson Differentiate between zero and 0
110 Code Cracker James P Morgan Making and breaking codes
118 Software Lock M.D. Kelleher Limit access to subroutines
121 Lowercase with Strings Milan D Chepho. M.D Soft approach to LC
122 Custom EDTASM John T. Blair Modifications for your needs
132 AUTOPOKE Jasper E Kump BASIC approach to machine code
160 The Graphics Coder V. F Racine Electronic video worksheet
164 Disk File Protection Dan Keen and Dave Discherf Overwrite protection for TRSDOS 2.1
170 Pencil RS232 Driver Dick Kinsey Modifies Pencil for RS-232-C
174 Cassette File James Tallman Locate dumps easily

Interface

116 Cheap Video Paul C Fowler, Jr Interface for your television
152 PR-40 Printer Interface John Hise Interface for a SWTPC

Tutorial

144 Towards Machine Language Allan S. Joffe The next logical step
166 Graphic Sort C. A de Zoysa Watch your 80 work
178 Machine Code USR Larry MacDonald Putting machine code inside BASIC

Review

184 The TRS-80 Alexander MacLean For the neophyte

Regulars

8 80 Remarks Wayne Green
12 Input Why not you?
18 Reviews Chris Brown
24 The Assembly Line William Barden, Jr.
28 80 Applications Dennis Kitsz
31 80 Accountant Michael Tannenbaum
31 Edit 80 Jim Perry
32 Inside 80 Ed Juge
36 NEWS Michael Comendul
194 Advertisers Index

80 Microcomputing – Volume 09 – September, 1980


Issue Information:


Volume: # 09
Date: September 1980
Load-80: No
Pages: 228

Table of Contents:
       

Application

162 Doctor Your Records Wilbur A Muehlig, M.D. From one who knows.
174 Mind Your A’s & P’s Lois L. Leonard Super marketing fantasy

Business

212 Down the Road Bill Vick Maximize your profits.

Data Management

146 Reference Library Index James P Morgan An easy method.

Education

124 Kidstuff Dan Keen and Dave Dischart For children only
182 Music Note Recognition J. David McClung Orchestra, ready?

Game

216 Ping-Pong Ronald Moehlis Better than the original

General

58 A Bout with the I.R.S. Fred Blechman How the 80 won
187 BINAX KIBUFF John T. Blair Entering ROM
208 The “Next” Trap Hubert C Borrmann How to escape it.

Hardware

84 Teletype Interface Jake Commander Versatility plus
102 Selectric Hard Copy Michael W. Bickerton, M.D. Put it to use.
116 Build Your Own Port James S. Hawkes/Reese Grady Then take off.

Math

170 Divine Proportions David R Cecil Beautiful Graphics

Review

154 Eloquent Eighties Jim Wright Tandy’s machine

Style

188 Variations on a Theme George R Bullitt Deal with PRINT like a pro.

Tutorial

50 Into the 80’s I.R. Sinclair A beginning for beginners.
62 Pulling Strings Together John D Adams Learn to manipulate
138 My Way Robert V. Meushaw May be better than your way.
152 Stringy Machine Code David D Grimes How to pack it
158 Math Flash Jim Barbello Want to add and substract?
178 An Article Called Intrepid Buzz Gorsky For secret agents

Utility

68 Free Space David Cornell Beat your SYSTEM
76 Uni-key Rowland Archiver, Jr. Cut down entry time
88 Document Those Variables William Noel Save time and space
94 Printer Calibration L. O. Rexrode peffect alignment
98 Versatile Input Tim Wilde Input data with ease.
150 Position Display Jerry Frost Look professional
168 Delay Loop Allan S. Joffe Waste time.
173 Walking Words Hubert C Borman Be sure to catch this one
192 Beyond Shell Metzner Doug Walker Sort with authority.
196 Deflower your Debug Donald C Walker Without reprisals.
202 Slow Scroll Peter A Lewis For slow readers.
206 QWIKDISK Bruce Nazarian Cut your access time.
210 The Competition’s Cursor R. Daniel Bishop How to get it.

Regulars

8 80 Remarks Wayne Green
10 Inside 80 Ed Juge
12 80 Input
20 Reviews Emily Gibbs
26 80 Accountant Michael Tannenbaum
26 Education 80 Earl R Savage
26 80 Applications Dennis Kitsz
36 The Assembly Line William Barden, Jr.
42 80 News Nancy Robertson
44 New Products

80 Microcomputing – Volume 10 – October, 1980


Issue Information:


Volume: # 10
Date: October 1980
Load-80: No
Pages: 228

Table of Contents:
       

Application

188 Genotype Albert Rauber, M.D. Family planning

Business

106 When the Cows Come Home Sherill B Nott Take a byte out of your beef

Construction

122 Caveat Emptor M. Parris The pitfalls of home construction
182 Two BASICs are Better Than One Allen W. Erickson Two-level capability

Game

212 Asteroid Adventure Greg Perry and Don Taylor A real trip

General

54 Have the Courts Smashed Software Copyright Dennis B Kitsz Art v. Application
114 Memory Sizer Jack Deckter A basic tool
140 Punch Out Your Disks Richard Taylor Do it with love

Hardware

82 The Light Pen Hugo T. Jackson Heavy stuff

Home

176 Cold Comfort Dan Keen & Dan Laughlin Keep your meter reader honest

Interface

118 H-14, Meet the TRS-80 Frank Friesen A memorable meeting
144 Interfacing the NEC Spinwriter James D Kunzman A moving relationsuip
194 The Serial Clank on the Printer William O’Brien Music to your ears

Recreation

148 Westward Ho! Raymond J herold What condition is your covered wagon in?
198 Puzzler James P Morgan Hidden Business

Science

156 DVM Interface for the 80 Karl J Casper & Harry R Freedman Laboratory application

Style

93 Get Serious Roger L. Paper No more follin’ around

Tutorial

68 Into the 80’s Ian Sinclair Your guide to intelligent operatin
76 Pulling Strings Together – Part 2 John D Adams Effective management instructions
100 The Useful USR(0) Function Terry Kepner How to use it

Utility

134 Variable Scroll William L. Colsher A very handy screen
138 Input with Insight Jack Decker Output with ease
202 Super Graphics Alan R Moyer Add exchitement to your life
207 Triple Play for T-Bug W. H Johnson Move your BUG around
210 Take Me Beyond Your Leader Robert McTernan Get ahead of yourself

Regulars

8 Remarks Wayne Green
10 Inside 80 Ed Juge
12 80 Input
32 Reviews
26 80 Accountant Michael Tannenbaum
24 Education 80 Earl R Savage
20 80 Applications Dennis Kitsz
40 The Assembly Line William Barden, Jr.
44 80 News Nancy Robertson
48 New Products

80 Microcomputing – Volume 11 – November, 1980


Issue Information:


Volume: # 11
Date: November 1980
Load-80: No
Pages: 244

Table of Contents:
       

Contents

62 Electronic Networks Nancy Robertson When the postman rings in the future, he may not. That’s the thrust of thls feature on the future of electronic mail and data processing via the phone lines. Can the micro replace the telephone?
70 Into the 80’s I. R Sinclair In part III of this introductory course, Ian Sinclair explores some of the most powerful commands in BASIC-IF … THEN … ELSE statements. Examples are easy to follow: herds of cows, gaggles of geese and flocks of sheep.
90 The Fixer Peter Ashley Keep your 80 in the dark with this complete photography program. Step-by-step, you’ll mix your chemicals and track your development time.
125 BASIC in the Palm of Your Hand Ken Knocht This hand-held computer made by Sharp, Inc. and labeled by Tandy puts BASIC In the palm of your hand. The review comes complete with sample program. Judge for yourself.
220 Images Buzz Gorsky Here’s a nifty program: a pattern drawer that no doubt has a thousand appllcations. The author dares you to name just one.

Application

114 Tally with an 80 Roderick D Graham A computer wins the election
132 Your Personal Calendar William L. Coisher For those with thaasophobia

Education

186 Hey … You in the Corner Mike South Heads up, and get rid of that gum.

Game

83 Computer Monopoly Barry Adams Boardwalk hits computerland.

General

109 Radio Shack Versus the Competition David D Busch Who else?
179 The Random Walker John F Strazzarino A short and awesome display.
195 Menu List Selection Subroutine Frank B Rowlett, Jr. Your just desserts
234 The Table of Contents Dennis Thurlow Walk to know what you listened to?

Hardware

116 Mem Size … 20K! W. R Stanley Those old chips ain’t dead yet
146 Home-Brew TRS-80 Russel W. Steele Build an 80 yourself
216 Look, a Snoope/Snubber! Philip O. Martel Better than a watchdog.

Software

208 DOS Machine Code Loading Technique Tim Turner Get loaded with ease.
212 Mix Your Own PIMS David Busch A directory recipe.
226 You Can Call It … Ray Barry Kornfeld It loves to be used.
230 POW-BANK-ZAP-(CRASH) John L. Brandolini Music to your ears?

Technique

168 Cheap Trills with T-Bug Albert C Bole, Hr. Like your music cheap and easy?

Tutorial

160 Of Two Dimensional Arrays R. L. Conhaim Monitor your home
202 Smart Prorgrams Daniel Lovy So, you think you control your comptuer?
222 Inside-Out Debugging Del Ogren Attack your graphics from behind

Utility

128 Cross Reference Major Erick J Camp An easy code-tracking device.
172 PT-Bug and Then Some Mark Paxton Make it easy on yourself.
177 Up and Down M. Parris Ear muffs for your 80
206 Resurrect It! Thomas L. Quindry Will miracles never cease?

Application

Regulars

8 Remarks Wayne Green
10 Inside 80 Ed Juge
12 Education 80 Earl R Savage
18 80 Input
24 80 Accountant Michael Tannenbaum
27 80 Applications Dennis Kitsz
32 The Assembly Line William Barden, Jr.
38 Reviews
47 80 News
56 New Products

80 Microcomputing – Volume 12 – December, 1980


Issue Information:


Volume: # 12
Date: December 1980
Load-80: No
Pages: 276

Table of Contents:
       

Contents

66 The Dvorak Keyboard Waldo T. Boyd and Jon Etherton The latest in super efficient keyboards is 30 years old. Dvorak’s scherme never caught on with manufacturers, but an innovative piece of software lets you program your own keyboard
42 80 Applications Dennis Bathory Kitsz When Ktsz, the mad assembler, gets in a Christmas spirit, expect the unusual. Her you have his complete repie, including parts, for creating your own holiday cheer – in harmony.
112 Seasons Greetings Valerie Vann Want to do something nifty for the holidays? Turn your 80 into a graphic decoration. Let your screen scroll snowflake and Christmas designs.
128 Cal81 John F Strazzarino Create gifts for your friends with your 80. This program tells you how to make a gift that will keep you and your computer in mind all year round.
132 Holiday Cheer Norman S. Kerr The last of our holiday packages to you lets your 80 send its own greeting cards. The program also maintains your card list throughout the year.
212 Assemble it Yourself Richard Koch Plumb the depths of your editor/assembler and let it modify itself. Prepare yourself for a bear! This program is a monster, so let us know if it’s a wise use of space.

Application

109 The Office Computer Gary Valle Care and feeding instruction
132 Holiday Cheer Norman S. Kerr Better in your mailbox than your Wassall bowl

General

66 The Dvorak Keyboard Waldo T. Boyd and Jon Ehterton How come your keyboard’s so awkward?
208 Turn-on Dr. J.H. Nestor Hate to hear the printer grumble and can’t reach the switch? Change it!
260 Gregorian Converter Hubert C Borrmann You may like Pope Gregory, bur your 80 prefers Julius Caesar.

Hardware

186 Joystick City Larry Suter Get the pleasue of smooth moves.

Recreation

112 Seasons Greetings Valier vann Turn on your 80 and celebrate.
125 CAL81 John F> Strazzarino Keep your dates straight.
255 Compu-Sketch Merl J Hendricks Video etching with your 80.

Reviews

102 Stats Robert P Johnson The latest in statistical programs are compared.

Technique

160 Now it’s Time for … Name That Routine David Cornell A labeling program that indexes its own routines.

Theory

147 Mysteries of the Level II ROM Victor Griswold Revelations from within

Tutorial

82 Into the 80’s, Part 4 Ian R Sinclair Tagging, dimensioning and further magic.
94 A Manipulative Wizard John D Adams Study the dark secrets of arrays.

Utility

200 COMPAC Daniel M. Romanchik This article is not about assembling Robots
212 Assemble it Yourself! If EDTASM isn’t enough, try this.
257 RESTORE Data Pointer Control David R> Cecil Point where you will
259 Less is More C. E Winterbauer Another mystery.
263 Keyword List Plus Jack Decker List your keywords and more.

Regulars

8 Remarks Wayne Green
10 Inside 80 Ed Juge
14 Input
20 80 Accountant Michael Tannenbaum
22 Education 80 Earl R Savage
24 The Assembly Line William Barden, Jr
32 Reviews
42 80 Applications Dennis Kitsz
51 News
58 Products
268 Annual Index
274 List of Advertisers

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