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The Apple's Apprentice By Roger Wagner
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In a world of computer magazines where the target audience leans toward the adult side of life, comes "The Apple’s Apprentice" – the first computer magazine produced for... More > beginners and kids of all ages, from 8 to 80. Put your feet up on a chair, relax, and learn about Apple II computers in an informative, fun way. All three issues have been lovingly restored, so that you can enjoy the amazement and wonder of computing in 1984. Highlights Include: - Spells & Potions – Applesoft BASIC tutorials. - The Sourceror’s Apprentice – Assembly language programming for teenagers. - Programming Q&A sessions with The Wizard of Fairhill Castle. - Glance through our crystal ball with predictions of Apples in your future, games, peripherals, and products of interest to kids. - A story on special effects wizard John Dykstra and Apogee that created effects for Star Wars and Star Trek – using an Apple II. - Journey to a Computer Camp, Cross Words puzzles, and amusing Micro Chips color comics.< Less
The Apple's Apprentice By Roger Wagner
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In a world of computer magazines where the target audience leans toward the adult side of life, comes "The Apple’s Apprentice" – the first computer magazine produced for... More > beginners and kids of all ages, from 8 to 80. Put your feet up on a chair, relax, and learn about Apple II computers in an informative, fun way. All three issues have been lovingly restored, so that you can enjoy the amazement and wonder of computing in 1984. Highlights Include: - Spells & Potions – Applesoft BASIC tutorials. - The Sourceror’s Apprentice – Assembly language programming for teenagers. - Programming Q&A sessions with The Wizard of Fairhill Castle. - Glance through our crystal ball with predictions of Apples in your future, games, peripherals, and products of interest to kids. - A story on special effects wizard John Dykstra and Apogee that created effects for Star Wars and Star Trek – using an Apple II. - Journey to a Computer Camp, Cross Words puzzles, and amusing Micro Chips color comics.< Less
The Apple's Apprentice By Roger Wagner
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In a world of computer magazines where the target audience leans toward the adult side of life, comes "The Apple’s Apprentice" – the first computer magazine produced for... More > beginners and kids of all ages, from 8 to 80. Put your feet up on a chair, relax, and learn about Apple II computers in an informative, fun way. All three issues have been lovingly restored, so that you can enjoy the amazement and wonder of computing in 1984. Highlights Include: - Spells & Potions – Applesoft BASIC tutorials. - The Sourceror’s Apprentice – Assembly language programming for teenagers. - Programming Q&A sessions with The Wizard of Fairhill Castle. - Glance through our crystal ball with predictions of Apples in your future, games, peripherals, and products of interest to kids. - A story on special effects wizard John Dykstra and Apogee that created effects for Star Wars and Star Trek – using an Apple II. - Journey to a Computer Camp, Cross Words puzzles, and amusing Micro Chips color comics.< Less
The DOS 4.1 Manual By Walland Philip Vrbancic, Jr.
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DOS 4.1 is a reimagined Disk Operating System for the Apple II computer, released in 2018. Programmed by Walland Philip Vrbancic, Jr., a professional programmer since 1983. It contains the power... More > and the flexibility that he always thought DOS should have, while remaining compatible with DOS 3.3. This book, encompassing over 240 pages, explains all new features in detail. Highlights of DOS 4.1 Improvements: – A rebuilt Zero Page, faster Variable Handling, more extensive Time Stamps, and an Expanded Catalog and File Manager. - Complete support for Language Cards and popular Clock cards, as well as additions for homebrew ROM modifications. - Included tools have been enhanced specifically for DOS 4.1, including Big Mac, CFFA Volume Manager, Disk Window, GPLE, Sourceror, and others. - Many new commands and enhancements to existing commands.< Less
The DOS 4.1 Manual By Walland Philip Vrbancic, Jr.
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DOS 4.1 is a re-imagined Disk Operating System for the Apple II computer, released in 2018. Programmed by Walland Philip Vrbancic, Jr., a professional programmer since 1983. It contains the power... More > and the flexibility that he always thought DOS should have, while remaining compatible with DOS 3.3. This book, encompassing over 240 pages, explains all new features in detail. Highlights of DOS 4.1 Improvements: – A rebuilt Zero Page, faster Variable Handling, more extensive Time Stamps, and an Expanded Catalog and File Manager. - Complete support for Language Cards and popular Clock cards, as well as additions for homebrew ROM modifications. - Included tools have been enhanced specifically for DOS 4.1, including Big Mac, CFFA Volume Manager, Disk Window, GPLE, Sourceror, and others. - Many new commands and enhancements to existing commands.< Less
Blankenship BASIC By John Blankenship
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Blankenship BASIC expands the power of Applesoft BASIC by vastly expanding available commands and capabilities for Apple II programmers of all levels. Programs are written with a sophisticated line... More > editor and complete compiler. BASIC will be easier, faster, more structured, more fun, and especially more useful.< Less
Big Mac Macro Assembler By Glen E. Bredon
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Big Mac is an advanced editor-assembler for Apple II computer programmers.  This book includes documentation for Big Mac: Macro Assembler, along with Big Mac.LC, Symbol Cross-Reference, and... More > Symbol Symon that expand its capabilities.< Less
Applesoft Carpenter II By Glen Bredon et al.
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Applesoft Carpenter II is a collection of seven utility programs for Applesoft programmers that enhance programming productivity. The tools were written for the Apple II by three well-known... More > programmers: Wayne Eastwood, Glen Bredon, and Val J. Golding. Programs Include: - The Comparer – compares two Applesoft programs. - The Lister – provides formatted listings of Applesoft programs. - The Cruncher – optimizes Applesoft programs. - The Converter – convert Integer BASIC programs to Applesoft. - The Constructer – make docs on converted Integer BASIC programs. - The Finder – perform searches on an Applesoft program. - The Keeper – preserve variables while editing an Applesoft program.< Less
DOS Disk Analyzer By Ronald A. Thisted
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DOS Disk Analyzer views and prints the raw contents of an Apple II DOS 3.3 disk. It features a specially-formatted printout of the VTOC, Catalog, and Track/Sector list. Once this information is read... More > from the disk, sectors can be viewed for any file. Features Include: - Well-documented to aid in programming and learning about RWTS (Read-Write Track-Sector) data on disks. - Written primarily in Applesoft BASIC, so it's easy to modify and use. - Big Mac source code is included for the binary portion of the program. - Especially useful when investigating corrupt word processor files. - Easily understood and usable by beginners. - Requires any Apple II with Applesoft BASIC and one disk drive.< Less
Appilot/W1 By Bill Martens
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Appilot/W1 is a complete and interactive Pilot Programming Environment for the Apple II. Appilot/W1 allows users to create and execute full-fledged Pilot programs in a single lightweight environment... More > without sacrificing time or effort. Comes complete with built-in DOS, editor, and interpreter. Features Include: – Full macro capabilities with local variables and nestable conditionals. – A complete DOS environment for controlling files. – Program Editor which allows accurate line by line editing. – Interpreter which executes programs at user command. – Maximum 499 line program memory. – Complete compliment of standard Pilot programming statements. – Advanced features including subroutines, inverse text, delays and inkey functionality.< Less

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