Apple II Software: Applesoft Basic, Visicalc, Multiplan, Easywriter, Apple DOS, Apple Prodos, Beagle Bros, Speedscript, AppleWorks

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9781156820810: Apple II Software: Applesoft Basic, Visicalc, Multiplan, Easywriter, Apple DOS, Apple Prodos, Beagle Bros, Speedscript, AppleWorks

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Applesoft BASIC, VisiCalc, Multiplan, EasyWriter, Apple DOS, Apple ProDOS, Beagle Bros, SpeedScript, AppleWorks, Integer BASIC, GEOS, Contiki, Music Construction Set, GBBS, ASCII Express, The Print Shop, Apple Pascal, Apple Writer, Apple GS/OS, ZBasic, Bank Street Writer, Word Juggler, Apple IIGS demos, Super Hi-Res Chess, SWEET16, DOS.MASTER, GameMaker, Software Automatic Mouth, Shape table, ProTERM, Fruity Dog, Bank Street Music Writer, ORCA/Modula-2, TellStar, Phasor, Megamax C, GeoPublish. Excerpt: Apple DOS refers to operating systems for the Apple II series of microcomputers from late 1978 through early 1983. Apple DOS had three major releases: DOS 3.1, DOS 3.2, and DOS 3.3; each one of these three releases was followed by a second, minor "bug-fix" release, but only in the case of Apple DOS 3.2 did that minor release receive its own version number, Apple DOS 3.2.1. The best-known and most-used version was Apple DOS 3.3 in the 1980 and 1983 releases. Prior to the release of Apple DOS 3.1, Apple users had to rely on audio cassette tapes for data storage and retrieval, but that method was notoriously slow, inconvenient and unreliable. Apple DOS was largely written by Steve Wozniak, Randy Wigginton, and outside contractor Paul Laughton. To the dismay of many programmers, Apple published no official documentation until release 3.2. There was no Apple DOS 1 or 2, per se. versions 0.1 through 2.8 were serially enumerated revisions during development (which might as well have been called builds 1 through 28). Apple DOS 3.0 (a renamed issue of version 2.8) was never publicly released due to bugs. Apple DOS 3.1 was publicly released in June 1978 (slightly less than one year after the Apple II was introduced), becoming the first disk-based operating system for any Apple computer. A bug-fix release came later, addressing ...

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