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Micro 6502 Journal May 1979

Micro 6502 Journal May 1979

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STAFF
HAY
1979
Editor/PublisherRobertM.TrippBusinessManagerDonnaM.TrippAdministrativeAssistantMaggieFisherCirculationManagerCarolA.StarkDistributionEileenM.EnosJanetSantaguidaMicro~SystemsLabJamesR.Witt,Jr.StephenL.AllenChiefGoferFredDavisISSUE
NUMBERTWELVETABLE
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CONTENTS
3
5
MICROInterruptsAnAIM
65
User'sNotesbyJoeBurnettS-CAssemblerIIbyChuckCarpenterAPETHexDumpProgrambyJosephDonatoSuperHI-LOfortheSYM-lbyJohnGieryicA
100
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16
ChannelAnalogtoDigitalConverter...byJ.C.WilliamsReal-TimeGameson
051
byDavidMorgansteinASKtheDoctor-PartIV-GoodNews/BadNewsbyRobertM.TrippMICROSoftwareCatalog:VIIIbyMikeRoweInsidetheKIMTTYServicebyBenDoutreTheIntegerBASICTokenSystemintheAppleIIbyFrankKirschnerProgrammingthe
6502:
byRodneyZaksreviewedbyJohnD.HirschRenumberApplesoftbyChuckCarpenterMICROIndexVolumeII,Numbers
7
to
129
13
17
25
31
35
MICRO'"ispublishedmonthlyby:TheCOMPUTERI5,Inc.P.O.Box
3
So.Chelmsford,MA
01824
ControlledCirculationpostagepaidat:Chelmsford,MA
01824
PublicationNumber:COTR395770SubscriptioninUS:
$12.00/12
IssuesEntirecontentscopyright
c
1979
by:TheCOMPUTERIST®,Inc.
3739
41444547
ADVERTISER'SINDEX
MIcroTechnologyUnlimitedOptimalTechnology,Inc.P.S.SoftwareHousePlainsmanMicroSystemsProgrammaInternationalProgressiveSoftwareRNBEnterprIsesSeawellMarketIngSoftapeSoftsideSoftwareSpeakeasySoftware
22
40
33
40
8
26
16
23
IFC
12
Be
CAPElectronicsConnecticutmicroComputerCOMPASMicrosystemsComputerComponentsComputerForumTheCOMPUTERIST,Inc.Excert,Inc.H.GellerComputerSystemsHudsonDigitalElectronicsMICRO
33
2
IBC
34
2444
4
17
30
44
Pleaseaddressallcorrespondence,subscriptionsandaddresschangesto:MICRO,P.O.Box
6502,
So.Chelmsford,MA
01824617/256-5515

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