6 edition of SpeedScript, the word processor for Atari computers found in the catalog.
SpeedScript, the word processor for Atari computers
|Other titles||SpeedScript for Atari computers., SpeedScript.|
|LC Classifications||Z52.5.S63 B713 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||85214507|
ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING FOR THE ATARI COMPUTERS this book has had a hand! SPEEDSCRIPT Compute! Books. Here is a cheap word processor that is quite unique in that you have to type it in! Don't be put off by the fact that this program comes as a type in listing, it is a superb program of top commercial quality and it surpasses many About Book Book Description The book is as simple as possible and aimed at a non-technical audience with absolutely no knowledge of computers or electronics, but it is an electrical engineering text. A typical page consists of a circuit diagram (or program) and a
I typed all of the patches and revisions in manually. All versions of the SpeedScript 3.x family work the same, so you can use the book as the manual or this handy document. Cardco Cardkey Numeric Keypad (Disk image.) - Drivers for the CK/1 keypad for C64 and VIC. Documentation Here. Bits restored by Fredric Blåholtz and myself in It was noted particularly for software such as the multiplatform word processor SpeedScript, the spreadsheet SpeedCalc, and the game Laser Chess. Editors the first authors—and the first woman—to write a published novel on a word processor. Her first non-fiction book The Beansprout Book () introduced beansprouts for the Atari 8
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Chapter 1: Using SpeedScript SpeedScript All Machine Language Word Processor for the Atari. Chapter 2: Entering SpeedScript The Machine Language Editor: MLX The Automatic Proofreader SpeedScript Program Listings.
Chapter 3: SpeedScript Source Code Atari Source Code Downloadable SpeedScript source code and binary Speedscript: The Word Processor for the Atari Computers [Brannon, Charles] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Published inthe book includes the complete, commented SpeedScript was a very popular word processor for the Commodore 64 in the mid 's. Approximately 5 KByte in length, it provided many of the same features as commercial word processing packages of the early 8-bit era, such as PaperClip and Bank Street was, however, a type-in program available for the cost of a magazine subscription and therefore vastly less expensive than Inside Atari DOS (), by Bill Wilkinson (HTML at ) SpeedScript: The Word Processor for Atari Computers (), by Charles Brannon (HTML at ) Atari Player-Missile Graphics in BASIC (), by Philip C.
Seyer (illustrated HTML at ) Filed under: Atari (Computer) -- Programming?type=lcsubc&key=Atari (If you already have a copy of SpeedScript from the March issue of COMPUTE.
or SpeedScript from the book SpeedScript: The Word Processor for Commodore 64 and VIC, it's not necessary to retype the entire program. Skip to the section entitled "The SpeedScript Family" for simple modifications to update your copy to version ) Even better, if you print a SpeedCalc file to disk (see below), you can then merge it with a word processing document created with SpeedScript, COMPUTE!'s popular word processor (see COMPUTE!, Mayor SpeedScript: The Word Processor for Atari Computers, published by COMPUTE.
Books). Compute!'s Third Book of Atari: full text of the classic book Computer Graphics Primer: full text of the classic book Computer Animation Primer: full text of the classic book Inside Atari DOS: full text of the classic book SpeedScript, The Word Processor for Atari Computers: full text of the classic book Electronic Computer Projects for Apple SpeedScript (COMPUTE!, June ) is such a powerful word processor that many people, including myself, rely on it heavily for their word processing needs.
I use the ProDOS version because it handles larger documents than the DOS version. Written entirely in machine language, SpeedScript is efficient and fast. However, the same cannot be said for the "SpeedScript File Converter Versions. Initially, SpeedScript was written by COMPUTE!'s Gazette Program Editor Charles Brannon for the Commodore 64 and VIC, and published in the January issue of the was later ported to various other computers that used the 65xx family of CPUs, including the Atari 8-bit family and the Apple II family.
SpeedScript was written entirely in assembly language, and COMPUTE. Atari 8-Bit Computers: Vendors and DevelopersSection - A. Atari Graphics and Arcade Game Design, Atari Player-Missile Graphics in BASIC, Compute!'s First Book of Atari Graphics, Compute!'s Second Book of Computer Animation Primer, Inside Atari DOS, SpeedScript: The Word Processor for Atari Computers, Electronic Computer Projects for SpeedScript COMPUTE Publications January 1, I developed a fully functional word processor for both the C64 and Atari 8-bit computers, super fast, and small enough to type :// Speedscript: The Word Processor For Atari Computers by Charles Brannon Download Book (Respecting the intellectual property of others is utmost important to us, we make every effort to make sure we only link to legitimate sites, such as those sites owned by authors and Speedscript: The Word Processor for the Commodore 64 and Vic Paperback Speedscript: The Word Processor for the Atari Computers Versions.
In April Compute. published Scriptor, a word processor written by staff writer Charles Brannon in BASIC and assembly language, as a type-in program for the Atari 8-bit family. In January version of his new word processor SpeedScript appeared in Compute!'s Gazette for the Commodore 64 and VIC appeared in Compute!'s Second Book of Commod [citation Best of Atari pages include Speedscript All Machine Language Word Processor for Atari.
Atari Speedscript Customizer. Atari FontMaker. Debut, Atari BASIC Debugging Tool. Custom Characters for Atari :// Im not talking about today, but back in the 80s, what are the five best programs ever written for the Atari 8-bit Home Computers.
Mine in order: 1) Atari BASIC cartridge: I know, many will say Atari BASIC was slow and not compatible with other BASICs, but when you look at what Shepardson did in 8 SpeedScript: The Word Processor for Apple Personal Computers / Charles Brannon / Apple IIC: Your First Computer / Compute.
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Atari 8-Bit Computers: Vendors and Developers. Atari Graphics and Arcade Game Design, Atari Player-Missile Graphics in BASIC, Compute!'s First Book of Atari Graphics, Compute!'s Second Computer Animation Primer, Inside Atari DOS, SpeedScript: The Word Processor for Atari Computers, Electronic Computer Projects for Commodore and Author of Advanced Amiga BASIC, Microsoft Windows NT 4 workstation desktop companion, Speedscript, SpeedScript, the word processor for the Commodore 64 and VIC, Web publishing with Microsoft FrontP Speedscript, the word processor for Apple personal computers, SpeedScript, the word processor for Atari computers While watching this Back To The Future () Retrospective (exact timestamp) today I noticed what appears to be an XE with an Indus disk drive being used by Bob Gale, co writer for the movie.
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