Apple I

Frank Emens' Software

Dear Joe,
You came pretty close in the comment you made on the
back of the last newsletter---I haven'tsold the Apple-1
yet, but I will before much longer. About the first of the
year, I got an Apple-2 and have spent most of the time get-

ACSII Hex equivalents

Program to print ASCII HEX equivalents of all printing characters

44:50 07

0044: 38
9F0R

09F0: 20
0750- A2 A0 LDX #$A0

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*NODE? 1 (A circuit input)
*STATE? 1 (logic "1".)
*NODE? 2 (Circuit Input.)
*STATE? 1 (Logic "1")
*NODE? 0 (Scope assignment of logic levels)
*FUNCTION? 0 (Analyze. Program loops until circuit is stable; prints

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NOTE: * is a program prompt.

RUN......

*FUNCTION? -2 (set up circuit)
*OLD OR NEW? NEW (Clears memory of any old circuits, though there are none at
this point. If you want to add a gate to an existing circuit, delete one, or

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LOGAN: 9LOGic ANalysis) 4A.00FF/800.FFF

LOGAN sets up, analyzes and displays results of x simulation of x digital logic
circuit. Program allows teh use of six devices:

LOGAN

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Joe;

Enclosed is a tape of LOGAN and NIM, along with some notes of explanation
for LOGAN. This program was written by Robert Bishop: a clever piece of
work. I have found it genuinely useful for working out logic sequences

"Draw Text" Results

Apple I - DrawText results

DrawText

PROGRAM TO DRAW PICTURES OR TEXT AND STORE THEM STARTING AT EOO0

OAOO R (ret)

Computer prints OAOO= A9

Press (ret)

Anything typed now will be stored.

Software

Apple DisAssembler

Apple I - DisAssembler letter

Apple I - DisAssembler cassette

The enclosed "copy of the preliminary version of the Apple I DisAssembler," on cassette.

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