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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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DATAPOINT CORPORATION

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

DATAPOINT CORPORATION

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.

Focal Notes

This Apple I Focal program is a number guessing game. The first part of the print out shows the code; the second part shows the game being played.

Focal - Guessing Game

The below note contains instructions for starting Focal. 56.00E8R400.1A65R is where Focal is loaded into the computer's memory. Entering 400R starts the program. Then it finally displays the Focal banner on the screen.

Focal

Focal printout

Focal, originally written for the Apple II, was converted to the Apple 1 by the Apple One Library, a group of Apple 1 owners.

Joe's receipt for Focal:

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Adapting BASIC programs to run in Apple BASIC.

Who says that Apple Basic won't do the job? Except for the
usual memory limitations (crowd 16K Star-Trek into an Apple I?)
our language is pretty comprehensive. Which translates into
"Copy anyone's basic listing for a program". The secret word

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