80 Microcomputing – Volume 72 – January, 1986

Issue Information:

Volume Number: 72
Date: 01/86
Load-80: Yes
Pages: 140

Table of Contents:

On The Cover

Page
Article
Author
Description
34
RAM Tough: Memory for 8 Bits
Hardin Brothers
It’s a board. . .it’s a plane. . .it’s Supermem.
36
Perfect Fit: Model 1000 Multifunction Boards
Dave Rowell
Four add-ons compared.
40
On the Upgrade
Tsun Tarn
A body-building course for the Model 4P.
52
Speed Writing
Joe Lindsey
Turbo-charge your Epson printer.
58
Astronomical Delights
Michael F. O’Rellly
With our starfinder system, you won’t get lost in space. (Models I, III, and 4; Load 80; Model 1000)
70
A Happy Medium
Dauid M. Roberts
Run I/III cassette software without leaving the comfort of Model 4 mode. (Model 4; Load 80)
76
Blank Expressions
John Ratzlaff
The discreet way to enter sensitive data. (Model III; Load 80)
80
Power Lines
Stewart F. Hunter
Get a report on the work habits of your Basic program lines. (Models I and III; Load 80)

Departments

Page
Article
Author
Description
6
Load 80 Directory
8
Side Tracks
Eric Maloney
12
Input
14
Feedback Loop
Terry Kepner
21
Pulse Train
Bradford N. Dixon
25
Reader Forum
31
Reviews
edited by Ryan Davis-Wright
Model 4 DeskMate, Supermem, TanPak, MFB-1000, MM-4Nl, Memory Plus, DosTamer 6.X, Post Plus, Screen Editor 2.3
86
Project 80
Roger C. Alford
96
Dave’s MS-DOS Column
Dave Rowell
98
MS-DOS New Products
edited by Mare-Anne Jarvela
104
Basic Takes
Richard Ramella
107
Tidbit #31
108
The Next Step
Hardin Brothers
110
Tidbit #32
114
Spreadsheet Beat
edited by John B. Harrell III
125
Express Checkouts
 
PFS:Write, T-View, Monte’s Basic, Disk +, Computer Diplomacy
128
New Products
edited by Mare-Anne Jarvela
132
Fine Lines

80 Microcomputing – Volume 73 – February, 1986

Issue Information:

Volume Number: 73
Date: 02/86
Load-80: Yes
Pages: 172

Table of Contents:

On The Cover

Page
Article
Author
Description
29
The Model 4D: Tandy’s 8-Bit Burro Gets a Boost
Terry Kepner
Rating the revamped Model 4.
36
The Numbers Game
Dave Rowell
A primer on using numbers in Basic.
42
Higher Mathematics
Merton L Davis
A calculator for those times when accuracy really counts. (Models I. III, and 4; Load 80)
44
Putting Things Precisely
D Y Barrer
Double precision for an octet of Basic math functions. (Models I, III, 4: Load 80: Models 1000, 1200, and 2000)
48
Finding Your Roots
Roxton Baker
The equation solver to use when you’re solving more than one. (Models I. III. and 4: Load 80; Models 1000 and 2000)
60
Sounds Incredible
Robert Anderson
How to make your 4 sound better. (Model 4; Load 80)
66
Macro Economics
Craig Chaiken
Custom macros for TRSDOS 1.3. (Model III; Load 80)
68
Free the Tandy 14 (K)
Robert L Smith and Dave Rowell
Squeeze extra memory out of your Tandy 1000. (Model 1000)
84
Hard Wares: Comparing Two Megamemory Hard Drives
Dave Rowell
The lowdown on two low-priced drives for the 1000.

Departments

Page
Article
Author
Description
6
Load 80 Directory
8
Side Tracks
Eric Maloney
12
Input
14
Feedback Loop
Terry Kepner
21
Pulse Train
Bradford N Dixon
25
Reader Forum
29
Reviews
 
The Model 4D, HIDRAW Programmer, DOS-Help, The FastPak Mailing List System, Unikey, PRO-ZShell
70
Project 80
Roger C Alford
84
Dave’s MS-DOS Column
Dave Rowell
88
MS-DOS New Products
94
Basic Takes
Richard Ramella
100
The Next Step
Hardin Brothers
108
Spreadsheet Beat
112
Tidbit # 33
112
Tidbit # 34
115
Express Checkouts
 
TRSDOS 6.2 Utilities, MicroZap, Lovejoy’s Preparation for the SAT, Monte’s Toolkit
120
New Products
128
Fine Lines

80 Microcomputing – Volume 74 – March, 1986

Issue Information:

Volume Number: 74
Date: 03/86
Load-80: Yes
Pages: 172

Table of Contents:

On The Cover

Page
Article
Author
Description
27
Tandy’s Model 600: You Can Take It with You
Bradford N Dixon
Tandy’s new laptop weighs in.
34
To Each His Own
Hardin Brothers
This data base manager lets you add a personal touch. (Models 4 and 1000: Load 80)
44
Making Adjustments
Gerard Kiernan
A simple way to ensure good driving habits. (Models III and 4)
48
Points of View
Glen E Sparks
Routines to turn your graphlc images around. (Models III and 4; Load 80)
56
The Disappeariug DOS
Craig Chalken
Execute system functions from within DOS. (Models I and III; Load 80)
60
Circular Reasoning
Nate Salsbury
Reducing source code through an Assembly-language loophole. (Models I, III, and 4)
68
We Interrupt This Program
Dave Rowell
Traffic control for the Model 1000.

Departments

Page
Article
Author
Description
6
Load 80 Directory
8
Side Tracks
Eric Maloney
12
Input
14
Feedback Loop
Terry Kepner
29
Pulse Train
Bradford N Dixon
23
Reader Forum
27
Reviews
edited by Ryan Davis-Wright
Tandy’s Model 600, MRAS, KAMAS, REF, Infoscan, Micro Memo, Interactive File Control
68
Dave’s MS-DOS Column
Dave Rowell
74
MS-DOS New Products
edited by Mare-Anne Jarvela
80
Basic Takes
Richard Ramella
84
The Next Step
Hardin Brothers
94
Spreadsheet Beat
edited by John B Harrell III
112
Tidbit # 35
112
Tidbit # 36
118
Express Checkouts
 
TRSDOS 6.2 Utilities, MicroZap, Lovejoy’s Preparation for the SAT, Monte’s Toolkit
120
HOT CoCo Section
 
A Fine Fix, Point Fixing, Ample Justification, Animal House, Check Point, Doctor ASCII, Color Monitor
160
New Products
168
Fine Lines

80 Microcomputing – Volume 75 – April, 1986

Issue Information:

Volume Number: 75
Date: 04/86
Load-80: Yes
Pages: 166Size55.6MBTOSEC NAME80 Microcomputing v75 (1986)(CW Communications)

Table of Contents:

On The Cover

Page
Article
Author
Description
27
MS-DOS Scripsit: Honorable Mention, but No Prize
Eric Grevstad
Putting out the word on the newest Scripsit.
34
Vital Statistics: Analyzing Data on Your Micro
John C Cobb
A survey of commercial statistics software.
44
Keeping Tabs
David C Andresen and Beverly Woodbury
Try your hand at tabulating statistical data. (Models I, III, 4, and 1000; Load 80)
52
Name That Computer
 
The prize is right. Win a Model I by identifying 10 computers from the not-so-distant past.
54
Quick Draw
John D. Wolfskill
Fast and easy graphics commands for the Model 4. (Load 80)
60
Taking Up Residence
Dave Rowell
The anatomy of a memory-resident program. (Models 1000 and 1200)
74
A Closer Look at PEEK and POKE
James S Kidston
Novel applications for two old standbys. (Model III: Load 80)

Departments

Page
Article
Author
Description
6
Load 80 Directory
8
Side Tracks
Eric Maloney
12
Input
14
Feedback Loop
Terry Kepner
21
Pulse Train
Bradford N Dixon
25
Reader Forum
27
Reviews
edited by Ryan Davis-Wright
MS-DOS Scripsit, Quick Basic, Designer and Snapshot, Teleterm, SASSE and Memoir
78
Project 80
Roger C. Alford
90
Dave’s MS-DOS Column
Dave Rowell
94
MS-DOS New Products
edited by Mare-Anne Jarvela
97
Basic Takes
Richard Ramella
102
The Next Step
Hardin Brothers
106
Spreadsheet Beat
edited by John B Harrell III
118
Express Checkouts
 
Electric Webster Grammar and Style Checker; BSORT 51; Multiple Choice, The Tandy Portable Computer
120
HOT CoCo Section
 
Aiming High, True to Form, Draft Pix, Check PPoint, Doctor ASCII, Color Monitor
152
New Products
edited by Mare-Anne Jarvela
160
Fine Lines

80 Microcomputing – Volume 76 – May, 1986

Issue Information:

Volume Number: 76
Date: 05/86
Load-80: Yes
Pages: 164

Table of Contents:

Features

Page
Article
Author
Description
34
The Smartest Peripheral
Thomas L Quindry and John D Wolfskill
The Model 100 teams up with the Model 4. (Load 80)
48
Help Yourself
Daniel Zenzel
Do yourself a favor by creating customized help files. (Model 4; Load 80)
54
Step Up to BAT
Renato Reyes
Hitting it off with MS-DOS batch flles. (Model 1000)
60
A Display of Character
Roberto Refinetti
POKE around on the Model 4/4P/4D screen.
62
Counter Intelligence
Craig Chalken
On the trail of Assembly-Language bugs. (Model III; Load 80)
82
Learning GOTO Gracefully
Bruce Tonkin
The first installment of The Art of Programming explores the advantages and pitfalls of Basic’s GOTO.

Departments

Page
Article
Author
Description
6
Load 80 Directory
12
Side Tracks
Eric Maloney
14
Input
16
Feedback Loop
Terry Kepner
21
Pulse Train
Bradford N Dixon
25
Reader Forum
27
Reviews
edited by Ryan Davis-Wright
ZBasic, MD-DOS LeScript, The Bread Board System, the Courier 2400 Modem, PRO-ESP, 1dir, Starbridge DOS, Speed Reading Plus
66
Project 80
Roger C. Alford
76
Dave’s MS-DOS Column
Dave Rowell
80
MS-DOS New Products
edited by Mare-Anne Jarvela
82
The Art of Programming
Bruce Tonkin
88
The Next Step
Hardin Brothers
116
Express Checkouts
 
The Hard Disk Controller and 10-Megabyte Hard Disk System; Using Super Utility+ 3.x, Super Utility 4/4P, and Powertool, Webster’s New World Spelling Checker
120
HOT CoCo Section
 
PEEK Performance, Just Write, Natural Selection, Check Point, Doctor ASCII, Color Monitor
152
New Products
edited by Mare-Anne Jarvela
160
Fine Lines

80 Microcomputing – Volume 77 – June, 1986

Issue Information:

Volume Number: 77
Date: 06/86
Load-80: Yes
Pages: 156

Table of Contents:

Features

Page
Article
Author
Description
29
The Model 3000: Tandy’s Bundle of Muscle
Dave Rowell
Tandy’s AT compatible packs a wallop.
38
Pulling Strings
Lewis Rosenfelder
With Basic’s INSTR command, one string can lead to another. (All systems: Load 80)
42
Truth AND Consequences
Hardin Brothers
Explore practical applications for Boolean operators in Basic. (All systems: Load 80)
48
Chain Links
Bruce Tonkln
Feeling cramped for memory? Chaining techniques can provide the space you need. (Models 4. 1000. 1200, 2000, and 3000).
54
Internal Affairs
Robert D Covington
Inside the 8088’s machine-language instruction set. (Models 1000 and 1200)
64
Have a Nice Data
Pat Anderson
The pleasant way to encode Data statements. (Models I, III, 4, and 1000; Load 80)
68
A Hard Bargain
Jim Creasy
Get what you pay for – 10 megabytes of memory at a reasonable price. (Model 1000)
72
Different Strokes
Chris Joy
Two Model III utilities that cut down on typing. (Load 80)
78
Transfer Points
Dan Keen and Robert Murray
Building a null modem adapter gives you the right connections. (All systems)
82
Time on Your Side
Roberto Refinetti
Don’t go running back to TRSDOS to set the time and date. (Models 4, 4P. and 4D)

Departments

Page
Article
Author
Description
6
Load 80 Directory
8
Side Tracks
12
Mail-Order Maxims
14
Input
18
Feedback Loop
23
Pulse Train
27
Reader Forum
29
Reviews
 
The Model 3000, AFM, The Portable Disk Drive, Superdisk, CPEmulator
84
Project 80
90
Dave’s MS-DOS Column
94
MS-DOS New Products
100
The Art of Programming
106
The Next Step
112
How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
118
Express Checkouts
 
From Basic to 8086/8088, Assembly Language, Rambo: First Blood Part II, Modem 80, Mask Maker
121
HOT CoCo Section
144
New Products
152
Fine Lines

80 Microcomputing – Volume 78 – July, 1986

Issue Information:

Volume Number: 78
Date: 07/86
Load-80: Yes
Pages: 164

Table of Contents:

Features

Page
Article
Author
Description
34
Going Public
Bradford N Dixon
Tapping the reserve of public-domain software. (All systems)
37
The Great 80 Micro Disk Swap
 
Let’s make a deal. Send us your favorite public-domain software: we’ll send you ours. (All systems)
40
A Driver of Your Own Device
Robert D Covington
Overcome incompatibility problems with a customized device driver. (Models 1000, 1200, 2000, and 3000)
52
Working Within the System
Daniel Zenzel Jr
SYS13/SYS provides a means of altering the chain of command within TRSDOS 6.2. (Model 4; Load 80)
60
Bring ‘Em Back Alive
David A Willlams
Recover files from the dead. (Model 4/4P/4D)
65
High Time
Frank A Yacucci
How good time can be kept all Model 4 users. (Load 80)
73
Go Wild
Craig Chalken
Three TRSDOS 1.3 wildcard utilities to make file management more civilized. (Model III; Load 80)
78
Breaking Away
Harry Bee
Binary AND and OR get your programs running in cycles. (All systems)

Departments

Page
Article
Author
Description
6
Load 80 Directory
8
Side Tracks
Eric Maloney
12
Input
14
Feedback Loop
Terry Kepner
19
Pulse Train
Bradford N Dixon
22
Reader Forum
25
Reviews
edited by Ryan Davis-Wright
Fast80 BBS, The Creator, VP-Planner, Super ROM, Ultimate ROM II, C: A Programming Workshop, Introducing C
58
Spotlight on Scripsit
Eric Bagai
84
Dave’s MS-DOS Column
Dave Rowell
88
MS-DOS New Products
92
The Art Of Programming
Bruce Tonkin
98
The Next Step
Hardin Brothers
112
How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
Beve Woodbury
116
Express Checkouts
edited by Ryan Davis-Wright
Elixir; Rose’s Mod 4 CP/M; The Spreadsheet; Z-EDIT
119
HOT CoCo Section
152
New Products
160
Fine Lines

80 Microcomputing – Volume 79 – August, 1986

Issue Information:

Volume Number: 79
Date: 08/86
Load-80: Yes
Pages: 164

Table of Contents:

Features

Page
Article
Author
Description
27
MS-DOS Disk Utilities: Don’t Leave Home Without Them
John B. Harrell III
Choosing the right tools for your needs.
34
CP/M Lives
Ed Joyce
The beat goes on. and on. and on. (Model 4 and MS-DOS computers)
42
Environmental Controls
Renato Reyes
Regulate batch files through the MS-DOS environment space.
48
Disguise Your Data
Thomas W. Higginbotham
The secrets of encrypting sensitive flles. (Models III, 4, 1000, and 1200: Load 80)
56
Name That Computer
 
And the winners are …
60
Good Filekeeping
David L. Kuzminski
Catalog up to 800 flles in a master directory. (Model 4: Load 80)
66
Easydata: Take Two
Robert Hood
Easydata’s return engagement features a sort routine. (Model III: Load 80)
70
Unpatch
Alex Roosakoos
How to deal with patches that no longer suit you. (Model III: Load 80)
74
File Safe
Debbie Cooper
Protect your MS-DOS files from an untimely death.
80
DOS Diversions
Craig Chalken
A SYSRES workalike for TRSDOS 1.3.
88
Sequential Files: Data All in a Row
Bruce Tonkin
The ins and outs of storing data sequentially. (All systems)

Departments

Page
Article
Author
Description
6
Load 80 Directory
8
Side Tracks
Eric Maloney
11
Guest Editorial
Bruce Tonkin
12
Input
14
Feedback Loop
Terry Kepner
19
Pulse Train
Bradford N. Dixon
27
Reviews
 
The Norton Utilities; PC Tools; The Disk Management System; The Brown Bag File Recovery System; Super Utility/PC; Insights and RAM Trek IV; The PC20-1000; The Statewide 20 Hard Disk Kit; The Zuckerboard; The Turner Hall Card; Maxit; TS-DOS; Lapdos; TuneSmith
83
Tidbits #37 and #38
84
Dave’s MS-DOS Column
Dave Rowell
88
The Art Of Programming
Bruce Tonkin
94
The Next Step
Hardin Brothers
112
How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
120
Express Checkouts
125
HOT CoCo Section
150
New Products
160
Fine Lines

80 Microcomputing – Volume 80 – September, 1986

Issue Information:

Volume Number: 80
Date: 09/86
Load-80: Yes
Pages: 156

Table of Contents:

Features

Page
Article
Author
Description
27
The New Scripsit Makes All the Pieces Fit
 
The real Scripsit stands up-finally.
34
The Wonderful World of Tandy 1000 Add-ons
 
Let our research be your guide to getting the best hardware for your Model 1000.
52
The Modem 100
Jeff Holtzman
For about $30. you can turn your Model 100 into a modem for your desktop computer.
62
Move It!
John D Wolfskill
Machine-language subroutines that set Model 4 text and graphics displays in motion. (Load 80)
68
Making the Grade
Orest Kowalyshyn
Our computerized grade book will get high marks from teachers. (Models 4 and 1000: Load 80)
80
Gone Without a Trace
Jacques L Robitaille
Removed files can come back to plague you: erased files disappear – forever. (Model 4/4P/4D: Load 80)
82
Brain Breakers
Harry Bee
Test your powers of reasoning and your math skills while solving long-division puzzles. (Models III, 4, and 1000; Load 80)

Departments

Page
Article
Author
Description
6
Load 80 Directory
8
Side Tracks
Eric Maloney
12
Input
14
Feedback Loop
Terry Kepner
19
Pulse Train
Bradford N Dixon
27
Reviews
edited by Ryan Davis-Wright
Scripsit Pro; Window Weaver; LX200 Trackball; L-PC Lite-Pen; Let’s C; Eco-C Name and Address System
86
Dave’s MS-DOS Column
Dave Rowell
90
The Art Of Programming
Bruce Tonkin
98
Public Works
Branford N Dixon
100
The Next Step
Hardin Brothers
112
How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
Beverly Woodbury
114
Express Checkouts
 
Software Spar Parts, C Language Routines and Utilities, Lap Coder, The Visisble Computer: 8088
116
Debug
122
HOT CoCo Section
 
Quick Menu; Check PPoint; Doctor ASCII; Color Monitor
150
New Products
compiled by Ryan Davis-Wright
160
Fine Lines
Harry Bee

80 Microcomputing – Volume 81 – October, 1986

Issue Information:

Volume Number: 81
Date: 10/86
Load-80: Yes
Pages: 216

Table of Contents:

Features

Page
Article
Author
Description
27
Stacking Up MS-DOS Subroutines
Thomas L Quindy
Four subroutine libraries compared.
34
The Complete Guide to Basic Debugging
Lewis Rosenfelder
Give your sanity and your programs with our comprehensive debugging directory. (Models I, III, 4 and 1000)
36
21 Debugging Hints
40
Master Checklist
42
A Guide to Basic Error Messages
114
The Road to Better Sorting
Hardin Brothers
Seven all-occasion sorts. Choose the right one to get the job done fast. (Models 4. 1000. 1200 and 3000: Load 80)
124
What’s Your Function?
Joel M Hornan
How to make the most of Basic’s DEF FN command. (Models III. 4, and 1000)
126
Restorative Powers
David Goben
A sure cure for accidental resets within Scripsit. (Models I, III, and 4/4P/4D: Load 80)

Departments

Page
Article
Author
Description
6
Load 80 Directory
8
Side Tracks
Eric Maloney
10
Input
12
Feedback Loop
19
Pulse Train
Bradford N Dixon
25
Reader Forum
27
Reviews
edited by Ryan Davis-Wright
BasicA Scientific Subroutine Library; Finally; The Inside Track; Peeks ‘n Pokes; Mr. Ed; The Word Machine 4.0b; Able One; GW-Convert
134
Dave’s MS-DOS Column
Dave Rowell
140
The Art of Programming
Bruce Tonkin
145
Public Works
Bradford N Dixon
146
Debug
148
The Next Step
Hardin Brothers
158
How to Read 80 Micro
162
Express Checkouts
 
AT4X4Plus; The Norton Editor; TRScat; Dots-Perfect
170
HOT CoCo Section
197
New Products
208
Fine Lines

80 Microcomputing – Volume 82 – November, 1986

Issue Information:

Volume Number: 82
Date: 11/86
Load-80: Yes
Pages: 160

Table of Contents:

Features

Page
Article
Author
Description
27
Roll Over, Beethoven
Bobby Ballard
The Music Studio: a sound Investment for Tandy 1000 users.
40
A Language of Choice
John B Harrell III
An introduction to the world beyond Basic. (All systems)
54
Let There Be Light Pens
Rod and Joyce Kreuter
Transform a penlight from Radio Shack into a light pen for your Tandy 1000.
62
Quick Chips
Thomas L Quindry
What you should know before installing an 8087 math coprocessor or NEC V20 chip. (Tandy 1000)
70
Print No Evil
Debbie Cooper
Don’t let an accidental screen-print command hang up your Tandy 1000.
72
Designer Labels
Jacques L Robitaille
Index your TRSDOS directory flies. (Model 4/4P: Load 80)
74
Call Me 10DD29
Norton C Richardson
A Journey to the outer reaches of the number system. (Models I, III, and 4 or the Tandy 1000 or 3000; Load 80)
80
Sudden Breaks
Dave Rowell
Put the brakes on the hold, print, and break keys. (Tandy 1000)

Departments

Page
Article
Author
Description
6
Load 80 Directory
8
Side Tracks
Eric Maloney
10
Input
12
Feedback Loop
25
Reader Forum
27
Reviews
edited by Jeffrey Frentzen
The Music Studio, The Contix Operating System, Multiplan 2.0, The Small-C Compiler, TSAM/BCI, Money Organizer Plus
80
Dave’s MS-DOS Column
by Dave Rowell
83
Tidbit #38
86
The Art Of Programming
Bruce Tonkin
90
Public Works
by Ryan Davis-Wright
94
The Next Step
by Hardin Brothers
103
Debug
111
Express Checkouts
 
SmartNotes, Dan Bricklin’s Demo Program, TKO, The 80286 Architecture
132
How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
140
New Products
156
Fine Lines
126
Restorative Powers
David Goben
A sure cure for accidental resets within Scripsit. (Models I, III, and 4/4P/4D: Load 80)

80 Microcomputing – Volume 83 – December, 1986

Issue Information:

Volume Number: 83
Date: 12/86
Load-80: Yes
Pages: 184Size63.7MBTOSEC NAME80 Microcomputing v83 (1986)(CW Communications)

Table of Contents:

Features

Page
Article
Author
Description
38
Tandy Raises the Ante
Dave Rowell and Ryan Davis-Wright
The soul of Tandy’s new MS-DOS machines.
46
The Mean Screen Editing Machine
John Ratzlaff
Replace your Model 4’s line editor with a full-screen editor. (Load 80)
96
Spooling Around
Craig Chaiken
Use RAM to create an efficient print spooler. (Model 4/4P in Model III mode; Load 80)
54
Bit Fixer
Stewart F Hunter
A fine fix for single-bit disk errors. (Models I, III, 4, and Tandy 1000; Load 80)
58
Pick a Font, Any Font
David A Williams
Take advantage of your printer’s special features without programming control codes. (Tandy 1000, 2000, and 3000)
89
Tandy Tunes
Don Phillip Gibson
Playing with the Tandy 1000’s music chip.
101
Thanks for the Memory
Dave Rowell
Addressing the 8088’s 16-bit architecture. (Tandy 1000, 1200, 2000, and 3000)

Departments

Page
Article
Author
Description
6
Load 80 Directory
8
Side Tracks
Eric Maloney
10
Input
12
Feedback Loop
19
Pulse Train
Ryan Davis-Wright
22
Reader Forum
25
Reviews
edited by Jeffrey Frentzen
BetterTools 2.0, ProDesign II, FlickerFree, The Travelcomm 1200, The Wordprocessor, QuickBasic 2.0
101
Dave’s MS-DOS Column
Dave Rowell
105
Debug
106
The Art Of Programming
Bruce Tonkin
108
Public Works
Ryan Davis-Wright
110
The Next Step
Hardin Brothers
122
Express Checkouts
 
DosTamer-PC, Hip-Pocket Helpers, Deskmerge, Hacker II: The Doomsday Papers, Refer
157
1986 Index
161
New Products
164
How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
180
Fine Lines

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