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DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-01

APPLE-3-WAP-dad-01a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-dad-01b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARY Disk: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-01DA Datasystems Catalog Disk        This disk contains the catalog of a former Apple /// vendor - D.A.Datasystems        We've done this for a couple of reasons.  One is historical.  It's important to preserve the information about the products listed here.Secondly, this company made an important and lasting contribution to the ///community and deserves that recognition.  We also think it's interestingto read the descriptions... and see what the going prices were just a fewyears ago.        Please note that we have almost every D.A. Datasystem program in ourlibrary. Daryl Anderson placed all his programs into the PD when he decided to make the switch to Amiga in the late 1980s. On Side One:   WAP.READ.ME   PRICE.LISTOn Side Two:   POWER.KEYS   OMNIS.DATABASE   MILLION.BYTES   CARTRIDGE.DISK   READ.IBM.DISKS   DISK.COPY.UTILS   TOOLS.X3.REVIEW   PWRKEYS.MODULES   TOOLS.TIMES.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-02

APPLE-3-WAP-dad-02a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-dad-02b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG Public Domain LibraryPDS NAME: Basic XT and Basic UtilitiesDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-02BOOTABLE?: Bootable             Daryl Anderson's fine Basic programs designed to extend the language and provide System Utilities in Basic.  Includes User Manuals. On Side One: LEGACY           :The legacy of Daryl Anderson to the /// Community. RUN.BASIC.UTILS  :Runs Basic.Utils on Side Two. TAGSORT.PROGRAM  :Program demonstrating the Tagsort utility. (All below are the Basic XT invokables:) TTTSORT.INV VARPTR.INV CALL.INV PEEKPOKE.INV XT.INFO (subdirectory): - USER.MANUAL  :BASIC XT Manual. UTILS.INFO (subdirectory): - USER.MANUAL  :BASIC UTILS Manual. - READ.ME.FIRST:Implementation notes about BASIC UTILS (what it can and can                 not do.) On Side Two: HELLO: Runs the BASIC.UTILS program.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-03

WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYAPPLE-3-WAP-dad-03a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-dad-03b.dsk [Catalog]PDS NAME: The RetrieverDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-03               BOOTABLE?: Bootable            THE  RETRIEVER  will  recover inadvertently deleted files on yourApple  ///  floppy  diskettes  or  hard drives. In most cases thelost data is fully and reliably restored.                 If you delete a file and then alter  or  save other files on thatdisk, it is  possible that  parts of the  disk  which  previouslycontained  data  from  your  deleted file  will  be  over-writtenby the  new  data,  and  thus  permanently  lost.   THE RETRIEVERmay  not  be  able  to recover all or part of a file if it is notused  immediately  after  the  file is deleted. Since this cannotalways  be  the  case, THE RETRIEVER has facilities to assist youin recovering partial files under many circumstances.Side OneRUN.RETRIEVER :(From Menu.Maker) runs the Retriever program.Side TwoUSER.MANUAL   :Complete documentation about The Retriever.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-04

APPLE-3-WAP-dad-04a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-dad-04b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARY PDS NAME: Power Print /// Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-04                 BOOTABLE?: Nonbootable           Power  Print /// is a Ram Spooler which will allocate a large  sectionof your system's memory as a SERIAL or PARALLEL PRINTER BUFFER. The Power Print Buffer is configured as an  installableDevice  Driver  which  may  replace  your  existing .PRINTER driver. Thisfacilitates  printing  of  longer  documents or printouts because theprinter output is very quickly 'dumped' into the buffer by yourapplication  then printed over a much longer period of time, by the.PPRINT  driver software.  Your application will resume afterthe dump stage instead of awaiting completion of printing. On Side One: PPRINTS02.DRIVE   :Serial Port Printer Driver with 2K Buffer PPRINTS04.DRIVE   :Serial Port Printer Driver with 4K Buffer PPRINTS08.DRIVE   :Serial Port Printer Driver with 8K Buffer PPRINTS16.DRIVE   :Serial Port Printer Driver with 16K Buffer PPRINTS24.DRIVE   :Serial Port Printer Driver with 24K Buffer PPRINTS30.DRIVE   :Serial Port Printer Driver with 30K Buffer USER.MANUAL       :The documentation for POWER PRINT ///. On Side Two: PPRINT02.DRIVER   :Parallel Printer Driver with 2K Buffer PPRINT04.DRIVER   :Parallel Printer Driver with 4K Buffer PPRINT08.DRIVER   :Parallel Printer Driver with 8K Buffer PPRINT16.DRIVER   :Parallel Printer Driver with 16K Buffer PPRINT24.DRIVER   :Parallel Printer Driver with 24K Buffer PPRINT30.DRIVER   :Parallel Printer Driver with 30K Buffer MORE.INFO         :Additional information and errata about POWER PRINT ///.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-05

APPLE-3-WAP-dad-05a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-dad-05b.dsk [Catalog]  WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARY PDS NAME: Disk Window /// Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-05                BOOTABLE?: Bootable              DISK SIZE: DS 5.25       OS: SOSDisk Window /// is  a  collection  of  Basic  and  Assembler  languageprograms which function together to allow  you  to directly access andalter any location on any Apple /// disk storage device.Using Disk Window /// you can access those parts of the disk which arenormally reserved solely for  Operating  System access.  These includethe 'bitmap' mapping available sectors on the disk, the file-type bytein  a file directory  entry,  and  the  boot  code  in  block  0,  forinstance.Although its power lies in its granting you the ability to access  andchange  disk  data outside of the normal file-based  structures,  DiskWindow  ///  can  be  quite useful in allowing  simple  debugging  andpatching  of  file   data  which  is  ultimately,  itself,  stored  asdisk-block data. On Side One: QUICK.NOTE       :Information about the Attach.Driver QUICK.NOTE.2     :Information about WAP /// SIG changes to Disk Window. RUN.DISK.WINDOW  :Run the program (on Side Two). USER.MANUAL      :Disk Window user manual. VERSION.2.NOTES  :Some notes on Version 2 by Robert Howe. MORE.V2.NOTES    :Additional notes on Version 2. READ.ME.FIRST    :What's on this disk. On Side Two is the Disk Window ///+ program and associated files.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-06

APPLE-3-WAP-dad-06a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-dad-06b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Data Window and Source WindowDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-06              BOOTABLE?: Bootable              DISK SIZE: DS 5.25       OS: SOSOn Side One: Data Window is a collection of utility programs which will produce for you a standard formatted "dump" of Apple /// system RAM or of any FILE stored on any Apple /// device.  It features a FileDump mode which can be extremely useful in debugging stray data errors or damaged file structures which standard applications cannot access.  Any file can be dumped to the screen for viewing or saved for later examination with your word processor.  All the little extra pieces of information that are imbedded in the file, but transparent to your application program can be examined.  See USER.MANUAL for complete instructions. On Side Two: Source Window is a powerful implemented Reverse Assembler or DisAssembler which will convert existing "machine language" programs such as Device Drivers or even SOS itself into readable symbolic listings.  Output is formatted in a manner which can be easily altered and reassembled if desired.  By Daryl Anderson. USER.MANUAL : A complete tutorial on how to use Source Window.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-07

APPLE-3-WAP-dad-07a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-dad-07b.dsk [Catalog] WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARY PDS NAME: Power Cat and Basic XRF Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-07                BOOTABLE?: Bootable               On Side One: Power Cat is a disk librarian which will sort and catalog over 5000 individual files and programs scattered over up to 500 floppy diskettes or on Profile or other hard disk.  The Power Cat report can be used to quickly locate current or correct versions of files scattered around your not always perfectly organized filing system.   The  programs  will produce a table of contents of all directories and sub-directories which  have been scanned followed by a listing, sorted by file name, of all files selected.  Each file will carry a reference number  indicating  the  specific  directory  in the table of contents which  it  is associated with.  This format allows  more  concise  and readable reporting. Sorting is accomplished with  a high-speed assembler language quiksort routine  which  effectively eliminates  sort  time  as  a  performance factor. USER.MANUAL:  Complete instructions. On Side Two: Basic XRF is a utility program that will produce a Sorted Cross-Reference of all Variables in any Business Basic program - showing all variables used in the program followed by a list of every program line that variable is used in.  It is written in a combination of Basic and Assembler and uses sophisticated hashing and linked-list algorithms for speed and compactness.  Compiled under Basic GTO  to increase speed up to 62%.   BASIC XRF runs  automatically at the prompt,  or may be run using the Menu.Maker program by highlighting "RUN.XRF" and pressing return.       The program will prompt you  for  the  full pathname of the program to be cross-referenced, e.g.  .PROFILE/BASIC/TEST/MYPGM (This  file  should not be "Locked").  XREF will  then proceed to process  through  your  program displaying  the  current  line  number  being  processed and a clock-line display to verify that  something is happening.  The program will finally prompt you for an output  destination  for  the cross-reference listing. This may be a file or listing device such as .PRINTER. USER.MANUAL: Complete documentation.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-08

APPLE-3-WAP-dad-08a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-dad-08b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Basic ExtensionDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-08                BOOTABLE?: Bootable               Basic Extension is a series of Basic Invokables placed into the Public Domain by Foxware, Inc. of Salt Lake City, UT.  Basic Extension can: speed up programs; save disk space; add new functions; decrease development time.  Routines include Matrix R/W, Block and Ftype; Move and Searrarray; Con, Reboot, Reset, Bit and Upshift. Side One: Boot disk and Basic Extension Invokables. Invokables on Side One :  BIT.INV  :   Bit.inv  consists  of two routines:  'Band' and 'Bor'.  Band              performs  a  Binary AND of two integer numbers. Bor provides a              Binary OR. BLOCK.INV:   Block.inv consists of two routines:  Wblock (write block)              and Rblock (read block). Their purpose is to allow reading  and              writing of 'blocks' of information from disk drives. CON.INV  :   One  of  the  two  routines  included  in Con is 'Buff'.  It              provides the ability to: 1.  Clear the type ahead buffer of all              characters that have not yet been processed. 2. Set the size of              the type ahead buffer to any length between 0 & 127characters. FYTPE.INV:   Ftype  consists  of two routines:  Gftype (get file type) and              Cftype (change file type). They allow your program              to inspect the type of a file and/or change it. MATRW.INV  : Matrw.inv  is a group of procedures which provide high              speed disk access, and can reduce  disk  storage  usage  by              more  than  30%.    The name 'Matrw.inv' stands for 'Matrix              Read Write Invokable'. MOVE.INV   : Move  contains  two  routines:  Movenum  (Move numeric) and              Movestr  (Move  string). They  both perform similar functions.              Move works on numeric arrays while Movestr works  on  string              arrays.  Their purpose is to move strings of arrays. REBOOT.INV : Reboot zeros all memory, clears the screen, displays "INSERT              SYSTEM  DISKETTE & REBOOT"in 40 column black and white, and              hangs. Hold down the CONTROL key and press reset to reboot. RESET.INV  : Reset.inv is an invokable modual that provides the ability              to enable and disable the RESET and CONTROL-RESET              functions. If the resets are disabled, pressing RESET or              CONTROL and RESET together will have no effect. SEARARRAY.INV :Seararray searches a string array for a specified group of                characters. It is similar in function to INSTR, but acts on a                entire array instead of only one string. Also it can                ignore differences between upper and lower case letters                during the search. UPSHIFT.INV   :Upshift is a routine that  changes  all of the lower                letters in a string to upper case. Only letters are affected.                Numbers  and  symbols  are  not changed. On Side Two: ARRAY.dskC       :Information about Array routines in Basic Extension. BIT.dskC         :Information about Bit.Inv. BLOCK.DEMO      :Basic program demonstrating Block.Inv. BLOCK.dskC       :Information about Block.Inv. BYTE            :BYTE Font CON.dskC         :Information about Con.Inv. DEMOS.dskC       :Information about the demonstrations on this disk side. DISK.dskC        :Information about the disk routines in Basic Extension. DISKCOPY.DEMO   :Demonstration of the disk copy routine. ERRORS.dskC      :Information about errors you might encounter. EXTENSION.MENU  :Menu program for Basic Extension. FILECOPY.DEMO   :Demonstration of the file copy routine. FONT.EDIT.DEMO  :Demonstration of the font editing routine. FTYPE.dskC       :Information about FTYPE.Inv. GEN.dskC         :General information about the Basic Extension invokables. MATRW.DEMO      :Demonstration of MATRW.inv. MENDF.dskC       :Information about this routine that can shorten files                  after the current read/write position. MMULTI.dskC      :Info on using Basic Extenion with multi-dimed Arrays. MOPEN.dskC       :Information on Mat Open (opens Binary files). MOVE.dskC        :Information about Move.Inv. MSETPOS.dskC     :MSETPOS sets cursor at next read/write position. MWNUM.dskC       :Writes a numeric array into the file with ref. # is "%NUM". MWSTR.dskC       :Writes a string array into the file with ref. # "%NUM". PRINTER.dskC     :Information on printing doc files. RCHAR.DEMO      :Read Character Demonstration. REBOOT.dskC      :Information about REBOOT.Inv. RESET.dskC       :Information on RESET.Inv. SEARARRAY.DEMO  :Demonstration of SEARARRAY.Inv. SEARARRAY.dskC   :Information about SEARARRAY.Inv. SORT.DEMO       :Sort Demonstration. STANDARD        :Standard Font File. TITLE.dskC       :Title page used with Basic Extension Menu program. UPSHIFT.dskC     :Information about Upshift.Inv. UTILITY.dskC     :Information about the five utility routines provided in                  Basic Extension.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-09

APPLE-3-WAP-dad-09a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-dad-09b.dsk [Catalog]  WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARY PDS NAME: Power Keys DM+ Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-09 BOOTABLE?: Nonbootable Power Keys DM+ is a powerful background utility (like Sidekick) originally produced by D.A.Datasystems.  This disk contains not only the Power Keys .Console driver, but EVERY module ever produced along with comprehensive manuals.  NOT FOR THE NOVICE USER. The Source Code for Power Keys are on Disks APPLE-3-WAP-SRC-02 and 03) On Side One: NEW.CONSOLE    :Power Keys .Console Driver INTRO.MANUAL   :Introduction to Power Keys INSTALL.MANUAL :Installing Power Keys CONCLUDE.MANUAL: Suggestions for Use, Glossary,                  Error Messages and Problem Resolution. READ.ME.FIRST  : What you'll find on this disk. NOTICE         : Copyright Notice. PKY              Power Keys Boot Directory containing :    MODULES        Power Keys Modules Directory containing:       POWER.KEYS      - the main Power Keys program module       DEFAULT.KBD    The default macro keymap loaded at boot time       NULL.KBD       Empty keymap for use in erasing all definitions       NOTEHLP.NTE    NotePad file w. summary of the NotePad commands OTHER.MODULES (Subdirectory)  ASCI.TBL :Displays a table of the presently loaded ASCII character set.  SHOWTIME :Displays the system date and time (requires clock chip).  QUIKSCRN :Print a copy of any text screen being displayed by your program.  QUIK.CAT :Catalog the directory/subdirectory of files on any disk.  PRINTMGR :Send complex "setup codes" directly to your printer.  DISK.MGR :Format disks or copy any file from within any program.  QUIKDIAL :Modem owners can directly dial a telephone number.  NOTE.PAD :Maintain an instant "scratchpad" of reminders, etc.  FONTLOAD: Switch system display fonts with a few keystrokes.  QUIKCRPT: File encryption or encoding module.  QUIKCALC: A full-function calculator.  FILESCAN: Page through a document, viewing 22 lines at a time.  LOCK.OUT: Password protection for your Apple ///.  QUIK.MON: Enter the Apple /// System Monitor while in any program.  TYPERITE: Connect your keyboard to your printer.  MODULOAD: Dynamically load Power Keys modules to suit your needs. On Side Two: MAIN.MANUAL     :Power Keys DM+ User Manual. HELLO.TEXT      :/// SIG Hello ADVANCED.MANUAL :Advanced features of Power Keys. LIMITS.MANUAL   :Review of what Power Keys CANNOT do. OTHER MANUALS (subdirectory)   ASCI.TBL; SHOWTIME; QUIKSCRN; QUIK.CAT; PRINTMGR; DISK.MGR; NOTE.PAD   QUIKDIAL; TYPERITE; QUIKCALC; FILESCAN; QUIKCRPT; LOCK.OUT; QUIK.MON   FONTLOAD; MODULOADBUGS & PROBLEMS ***(1)  Although  we  note  it in the documentation we re-iterate it here that the PWR.KEYS  file  (the  main  module)  must remain the FIRST file in the /MODULES directory.  Some  folks  regularly  use  the  Public  Domain "Directory Sorter" program  on  their  entire  (hard)  disk.  Doing this might, for instance, sort Asci.Tbl  first  and  cause  Power  Keys  to hang when entered. You may, if you wish,  rename  PWR.KEYS  to  AA.PWRKY  orsomesuch  which will sort first. The renaming will not affect program function.(2)  Some  folks appear to be running into problems with QuikScrn inparticular when  used  in  conjunction  with  the Titan "3+2e" system and its.RAM driver. This  appears  to be caused by the large size of the .RAMdriver. (3) The QuikScreen "At-Curs" function is no longer supported.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-10

APPLE-3-WAP-dad-10a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-dad-10b.dsk [Catalog]  WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARY PDS NAME: Ram+3/Two-N-Fro /// 128K Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-10 BOOTABLE?: Bootable This disk contains two programs from Daryl Anderson.  On side one you will find Ram+3, a series of Ram disk drivers designed specifically for the Titan ///+// and ///+//e cards.  They make the RAM disk on either much more useful.  On side two is 2NFro, a beta-version program designed to return the user from Titan 3+2E Emulation to Catalyst or Selector. On Side One:  RAM128.DRIVER   :Compact 128K RAM Driver for the ///+//e Cards.  RAM128F.DRIVER  :Enhanced version of RAM128 with autoformat at bootup.  RAM140.DRIVER   :A full 140K RAM Disk equal to .D1, .D2 etc.  RAMPLUS3.MANUAL :How to use the RAM+3 Drivers.  OLD.3PLUS2.VRSN (Subdirectory)   RAM140.DRIVER :A full 140K RAM Disk equal to .D1, .D2, etc.   RAM128.DRIVER :Compact 128K RAM Disk Driver for the ///+// card.   RAM128F.DRIVER:Enhanced verions of RAM128 with autoformat at bootup.  On Side Two  (2NFro)(Listing does not include invokables, etc.)  ASCII.2NFRO     :ASCII version of INSTALL.2NFRO (includes instructions).  DA.BIB.ASCII    :ASCII text version of DATASYSTEMS.BIB.  DATASYSTEMS.BIB :3EZ Pieces Bibliography of articles about DA Datasystems.  INSTALL.2NFRO   :Basic program to install 2NFRO.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-11

APPLE-3-WAP-dad-11a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-dad-11b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME : PowerScreen by Tim HarringtonDISK ID  # APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-11BOOTABLE ? Yes - Side One Only (to read manual)Module Name Code     : PSCREENMemory Usage         : 3.5KREQUIRES POWERKEYS DM+ (3SIG PD DISK APPLE-3-WAP-DAD-09)Brief description :       PowerScreen is a screen dump utility for use with Darryl Anderson's   Powerkeys utility for the Apple ///.  It allows you to dump either the  current Power Keys screen (e.g. Keymap, Notepad, Ascii Table) or the user  program screen (e.g. Help screens in Apple Writer, Driver setup in SCP,  menu in /// EZ Pieces).Functions:(1) You can print the entire screen or any rectangle that you define with the    arrow keys.(2) You can abort the dump in case you specified the wrong file name or    device name.(3) You can suppress carriage returns and/or linefeeds.  If you suppress    carriage returns, PowerScreen will add a space where the carriage return    would have been.  This is so you can dump a paragraph from one program    and have your favorite word processor (re)define the margins.** NOTE - This was originally a Royaltyware offering by Tim Harrington          through TAU - the Third Apple Users Group.ALSO ON THIS DISK: Another Powerkeys module called "QSCR.235" - undocumented.

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