80 Microcomputing – Volume 01 – January, 1980

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

Table of Contents:

Application

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

Education

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

General

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Home

Page
Article
Author
Description
32
Merry TRSMAS
Collin B Taylor
An electronic greeting

Interface

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
114
Oh No! Calculus
Allan S Joffee
Educate yourself.

Personal

Page
Article
Author
Description
56
Decisions, Decisions
Stephen Walton
Well, maybe, but …

Recreation

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

Reviews

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
102
Sort 80K in 6K!
D. E Fitchman
It can be done.

Theory

Page
Article
Author
Description
62
Cassette Problems
Don Stoner & Dick Barker
Why they don’t work.

Tutorial

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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
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80 Microcomputing – Volume 02 – February, 1980

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

Table of Contents:

Application

Page
Article
Author
Description
70
Passing the Plate
Henry Reikers
Fleece the flock.
104
Process Control
Robert Hoffman
Control the world.

General

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
114
Household Accountant
David Andresen.
Rent? Spent!

Reviews

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
86
Relocate with PEEKPOKE
Irwin Rappaport.
A basic idea.

Style

Page
Article
Author
Description
73
Root Routines
Curtis Gerlad.
Get to the root of the problem.

Utility

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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
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80 Microcomputing – Volume 03 – March, 1980

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

Table of Contents:

Application

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Game

Page
Article
Author
Description
55
4K Intelligence
William Lopez
Self modifying program

General

Page
Article
Author
Description
79
Part-time Consultant
Michael Morin
Money on the side

Hardware

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Math

Page
Article
Author
Description
84
Equations
Allen Joffe
Get to the root of them

Reviews

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
94
Inside the ROMs
Bruce Stock
Some useful routines

Utility

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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
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80 Microcomputing – Volume 04 – April, 1980

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

Table of Contents:

Application

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Games

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

General

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

Hardware

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Utility

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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
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146
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80 Microcomputing – Volume 05 – May, 1980

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

Table of Contents:

Application

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

General

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Utility

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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
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80 Microcomputing – Volume 06 – June, 1980

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

Table of Contents:

Application

Page
Article
Author
Description
148
Quiz Master
Richard Eckert
Is this the answer?

Business

Page
Article
Author
Description
130
Accountants Aid
James Sheats
A workhorse worksheet

General

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
154
Fuse Fix
William Winter
Save on repair charges

Interface

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
92
Applications Software
Rod Hallen
Micro packages

Software

Page
Article
Author
Description
116
True of False?
John Krutch
Computerized pattern recognition

Style

Page
Article
Author
Description
140
Keyboard Interrogation
M. Yarbrough & J Vosteen
Key Information?

Utility

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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
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80 Microcomputing – Volume 07 – July, 1980

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

Table of Contents:

Application

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

Game

Page
Article
Author
Description
152
The Third Dimension
David Dlllehay
3D Tic-tac-toe

General

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Math

Page
Article
Author
Description
168
Real Roots
Michael Daniels
How to find them

Tutorial

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

Reviews

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

Utility

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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
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80 Microcomputing – Volume 08 – August, 1980

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

Table of Contents:

Application

Page
Article
Author
Description
86
On the Radio
I Don Hastings
Computers direct air time.

Games

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
148
Rights of Passage
Dan Keen and Dave Dischert
The upgrade to Model II

Gardware

Page
Article
Author
Description
136
300 Baud Terminal
Timothy Loos
Using unused ICs

Utility

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Tutorial

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
184
The TRS-80
Alexander MacLean
For the neophyte

Regulars

Page
Article
Author
Description
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
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80 Microcomputing – Volume 09 – September, 1980

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

Table of Contents:

Application

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
212
Down the Road
Bill Vick
Maximize your profits.

Data Management

Page
Article
Author
Description
146
Reference Library Index
James P Morgan
An easy method.

Education

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

Game

Page
Article
Author
Description
216
Ping-Pong
Ronald Moehlis
Better than the original

General

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
170
Divine Proportions
David R Cecil
Beautiful Graphics

Review

Page
Article
Author
Description
154
Eloquent Eighties
Jim Wright
Tandy’s machine

Style

Page
Article
Author
Description
188
Variations on a Theme
George R Bullitt
Deal with PRINT like a pro.

Tutorial

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Table of Contents:

Application

Page
Article
Author
Description
188
Genotype
Albert Rauber, M.D.
Family planning

Business

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

Construction

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

Game

Page
Article
Author
Description
212
Asteroid Adventure
Greg Perry and Don Taylor
A real trip

General

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
82
The Light Pen
Hugo T. Jackson
Heavy stuff

Home

Page
Article
Author
Description
176
Cold Comfort
Dan Keen & Dan Laughlin
Keep your meter reader honest

Interface

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Science

Page
Article
Author
Description
156
DVM Interface for the 80
Karl J Casper & Harry R Freedman
Laboratory application

Style

Page
Article
Author
Description
93
Get Serious
Roger L. Paper
No more follin’ around

Tutorial

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Table of Contents:

Contents

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Game

Page
Article
Author
Description
83
Computer Monopoly
Barry Adams
Boardwalk hits computerland.

General

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Tutorial

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description

Regulars

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

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

Table of Contents:

Contents

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
186
Joystick City
Larry Suter
Get the pleasue of smooth moves.

Recreation

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
102
Stats
Robert P Johnson
The latest in statistical programs are compared.

Technique

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

Theory

Page
Article
Author
Description
147
Mysteries of the Level II ROM
Victor Griswold
Revelations from within

Tutorial

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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

Page
Article
Author
Description
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
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