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Letter from Stan Veit

This letter is from Stan Veit, former owner of The Computer Mart of New York, the third person Steve Jobs sold an Apple 1 to, and Apple's third dealer. It was sent to Joe Torzewski of the Apple One Library.

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Postcard from Woz

The best way to get an answer from Apple in the early days (and sometimes still) was to include a self-addressed post card with your letter. Joe used this method in 1977 when he inquired about floating point BASIC for the Apple 1. He recieved the following reply, from Steve Wozniak himself:

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The Apple I in Europe

APPLE COMPUTER COMPANY
770 Welch Rd. Suite 154
Palo Alto, CA 94304
(415) 326-4248

Mr. Peter Vizenetz,

Enclosed is the Apple Computer, Cassette Interface, and additional 4K of memory which you have ordered. I can ship the additional unit the last week of September.

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Example of how to run BASIC on an Apple I - with LOMEM

EXAMPLE OF HOW TO RUN BASIC ON AN APPLE I - setting LOMEM
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\ press reset
C100R run cassette program

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Example of how to run BASIC on an Apple I

EXAMPLE OF HOW TO RUN BASIC ON AN APPLE I - not setting LOMEM
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\ press reset
C100R run cassette program

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Nelson's Tic-Tac-Toe

[code] TIC-TAC-TOE

programmed in Apple Basic
by Larry Nelson
December, 1977

1 DIM A(9)
10 PRINT " TIC-TAC-TOE"
20 PRINT
30 PRINT "WE NUMBER THE SQUARES LIKE THIS:"

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Source Code

>LIST
100 PRINT "R E V E R S E": PRINT

110 DIM A(9), B(9)
115 T=0
120 FOR I=1 TO 9: A(I)=0 : NEXT
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130 FOR I= 1 TO 9
140 J= RND (20) +1
150 IF J>9 THEN 140
160 IF A(J)#0 THEN 140

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Reverse

The rules for REVERSE

The object of REVERSE is to play a list of the digits from 1 to 9 which
are in random order into order from 1 to 9 in as few moves as possible.

Each move consists of reversing from 2 to 9 digits starting from the leftmost

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Stopwatch for Apple I

[code]1 REM "STOPWATCH"
2 REM APPLE I VERSION
3 REM ADAPTED BY LARRY NELSON
4 REM MARCH 12, 1978
5 REM
120 PRINT: PRINT "REAL-TIME CLOCK AND STOPWATCH"
130 PRINT: PRINT "TO STOP TIME, HIT ANY KEY"

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