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2 edition of Thirty-Two Basic Programs for the Trs-80 Computer (Book and Software Package, Model I) found in the catalog.

Thirty-Two Basic Programs for the Trs-80 Computer (Book and Software Package, Model I)

Rugg & Feldman

Thirty-Two Basic Programs for the Trs-80 Computer (Book and Software Package, Model I)

by Rugg & Feldman

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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11218350M
ISBN 10088056153X
ISBN 109780880561532

The first computer word processors were line editors, software-writing aids that allowed a programmer to make changes in a line of program code. Altair programmer Michael Shrayer decided to write the manuals for computer programs on the same computers the programs ran on. He wrote the somewhat popular and the actual first PC word processing. I could have done it on any other small computer with a microprocessor that had at least one slot. The only difference the other two personal computers out at the time that you could just take them out of a box and use them, were the Commodore Pet and the TRS, and they didn’t have slots to a microprocessor.

UK-based Sinclair releases the ZX, an extremely basic machine that can nonetheless be regarded as the first low-cost home computer. Commodore releases the VIC, under the name VIC, in.   – Radio Shack issued a press release introducing the TRS computer. 25 existed and within weeks thousands were ordered. – A Palestinian, Eyad Ismoil, was flown to the United States from Jordan to face charges he’d driven a bomb-laden van into New York’s World Trade Center. The explosion killed six people and injured. thirty-two pages (screens) of information in each record." Later renamed PFS: File, the IIe version supported columns, language programs; write, edit BASIC programs. Simplifies graphics, --Radio Shack introduces the TRS Color Computer, with a processor.

Plants were identified in German, Greek, and Latin, and sometimes English.[5] The book was initially published in Latin and Greek and quickly translated into German.[6] Just during Fuchs' lifetime the book went through 39 printings in Dutch, French, German, Latin, and Spanish and 20 years after his death was translated into English.[3].   Indeed, the Alto represented the concept of the personal computer several years before even the Apple II, Atari 8-bit family and the Radio Shack TRS arrived in that sector and at a time when most computers still had switches and blinkenlights on their front panels. The first BASIC program I wrote was a star trek game on a TRS in radio shack. (I was 16 at the time.) The store owner used to let me program it because people would stop in, look at it, and say, “I didn’t know your computer could do that!” In my game, there were federation, klingon, romulan and gorn ships.


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SyntaxTextGen not activated  Sharp PC was a very well done product (was pdf “porting” of pdf Tandy/Radio Shack TRS PC), so was tested and robust. PC with its printer/plotter was able to record the programs on audio cassettes.

In this way we could save our production. But the life it is not only work! I’ve enjoyed listening to the audiobook reading by Download pdf Greelish of the book “Stan Veit’s History Of The Personal Computer”.

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I bought a thirty ebook year old ebook bit, based computer–an Atari An elegant computer, for a more civilized age. When I was around thirteen years old, I received one of the best Christmas gifts the early 80’s could produce, an actual home computer.

My parents bought me a state of the art 16K Atari I was overjoyed.