Date: 02-25-89 (20:05) Number: 5196
To: ALL Refer#: NONE
From: JOHN SAMUEL Read: (N/A)
Subj: VENTURA PUBLISHER 2.0 Status: PUBLIC MESSAGE
Brand ne original disks original manual registration cards and shrink
wrapped, VENTURA PUBLISHER 2.0 make an offer I am in need of some money
the software retails for 795.00, leave message on relay, or better or
call the BBS in the tag line, its my bbs...
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Date: 06-02-89 (18:39) Number: 6504
To: STAN MULDER Refer#: 6445
From: JOHN LESCHAK Read: NO
Subj: BASIC PROGRAM Status: PUBLIC MESSAGE
I've got the code you need, but you'll have to convert it to from TP
5.0, which shouldn't be too dificult.....If your still interested, leave
a message for me on the Hologram Node ][..........
Date: 06-02-89 (17:03) Number: 6503
To: ANDREW DENARDO Refer#: 6471
From: GARY SMITH Read: NO
Subj: COPYRIGHT INFO Status: PUBLIC MESSAGE
>Hey ANYONE!!! Does anybody know how to get a copyright on a piece
>of software they've written? I've got hthe software, but I don't
>know the process necessary to get it copyrighted. Can anyone help?
Yep, You need to write to the following address:
Library of Congress
Washington, DC, 20559
Ask for the Circular R1
Form Tx (2 Copies)
You will recieve every thing you need in the circulars...
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Msg#: 3113 * Riverdale-64 *
August 5, 1985 - 2:06 pm (Rd:11)
To:KIM MOSER (Rcvd)
(Reply to msg# 3043)
To put it most succinctly, an SEI
instruction will prohibit your your
revectored interrrupt from occuring,
unless you jump to a routine which
will reset the CLI flag to reallow
interrupts.If you go back to basic or
use some of the basic subroutines
that insure that the CLI is active
that an IRQ might occur you can
be assured that the SEI flag will
not prevent your revectored
interrupts from occuring.
Experiment#1 set address820=120
If you sys to 820,you ought to
have set the interrupt so that your
keyboard does not operate when you
come back to the basic part of your
program.You will see that it does
however,thus the machine has reset
Experiment#2 make up a small
ML routine that at 820 to set the
the SEI and then revector the
interrupt at788-789.If you sys to
this routine it ought to disable
theinterrupt and revector the
interrupt so that if basic resets
it,the interrupt reverses itself.
this doesn't work either,why?
time: 02-jun-84 04:11:09
some information from the subsysop.
here's some information which might help you out.
try the following they've all been tested so just find the one you
think you need.
sys 42590 - perform a clr
sys 44808 - print a syntax error msg.
sys 58235 - warm start of basic
sys 58260 - initialize/cold start
note on this one. any program residing at c000 or greater is
this just resets all of the pointers.
sys 58692 - clear screen
sys 58726 - home cursor
sys 59749 - open a screen line ( scrool down)
here's some interesting pokes for the c-64.
poke 204,0 - turns on a cursor for use with a get routine.
poke 206,x - sets the character under the cursor
poke 650,100 - disable repeat of all keys.
650,255 - enable repeat of all keys.
650,0 - return to normal
wait 653,1,0 - wait until shift key is pressed
wait 653,2,0 - wait for commodore key
wait 653,4,0 - wait for ctrl
poke 788,52 - shuts off the run/stop key but it also stops the clock (ti/ti$).
poke 788,49 - returns to normal.
poke 808,239 - disable run/stop without disableing ti$ or ti
poke 808,237 - enable the run/stop key.
poke 808,225 - disables the runstop and restore keys
remember!!!! your program must end with poke 808,237 or you will
not be able to stop it!!!
well thats it for now.
Msg #2450 *MAIL*
From: STEVE MANES
To: KIM MOSER
Mar 8, 1986 at 3:11 AM
In the IBM version of dBASE2/3
PRG files are the equivalent of CP/M .CMD files. The files
labeled BAK are just BAcKups created by the editor.
To create an AUTOEXEC.BAT file to run a dBASE application, add
this line somewhere in the AUTOEXEC (after stuff like setting
up PATH, PROMPT and so forth):
.. where "TEST" is a PRG file called TEST.PRG. Make sure
that dBASE is either on the default drive or that a PATH has
been set to where DOS can find it. Also, the AUTOEXEC.BAT
file must be on the default drive.
The only way to tell what PRG file you're running in a
multi-PRG application would be to reserve an area on the
screen (like screen location 0,0) and include the following
line in each of your PRGs:
@ 0,0 say "Now running [prgname]"
RETURN is the only way to return to the calling PRG file. If
ESCape is set ON, hitting ESCape is the equivalent of CANCEL.
message #7355 from emjay at 22-oct-84 01:10:53
autostart rom cartridge
"an 8k or 16k autostart rom cartridge designed to use 32768 ($8000) as a
starting memory address amy be plugged into the expansion port. if the cart
rom at locations 32772-32776 ($8004-$8008) caontains the numbers 195, 194, 205,
56, 48, (, , , $38, $30) when the computer powers up, it will start
the program pointed to by the vector at locations 32768-32769 ($8000-$8001),
and will use 32770-32771 ($8000-$8003) for a warm start vector when the
restore key is pressed. these characters are petascii for the inverse letters
cbm, followed by the digits 80. an autostart cartridge may also be addessed
at 40960 (), where it would replace basic, or at 61440 (), where it
would replace the kernal.
it is possible to have a 16k cartridge sitting at 32768 ($8000), such
as simon's basic, which can be turned on and off so that the basic rom under
neath can also be sued. finally, it is even possible to have bank-selected
cartridges, which turn banks of memory in the cartridge on and off alternately
so that a 32k program could fit into only 16k of addressing space."
leemon, "mapping the commodore 64", p.84 (compute! publications, inc,)
1 * ah, this proves to be interesting. thanx, emjay. ['scuse
the upper-case...my vip term locked up again].