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

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-01a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-01b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Pascal 1.2Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-01              BOOTABLE?: NonbootableDESCRIPTION: Pascal 1.2 Interp and associated files.Requires knowledge of Pascal to operate. See manuals for more information.The /// SIG has many copies - please feel free to ask for a set.On Side One:SOS.INTERP; SYSTEM.PASCAL; SYSTEM.EDITOR; SYSTEM.SYNTAX; SYSTEM.ASSMBLEROPCODES.6502On Side Two:SYSTEM.COMPILER; ERRORS.6502; SYSTEM.LINKER; LIBRARY.CODE; LIBMAP.CODECHAINUNIT.CODE

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

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-02a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-02b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Pascal 2.0 Compiler/Toolkit #1Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-02                BOOTABLE?: NonbootableDESCRIPTION: Pascal 2.0 Compiler and first Toolkit disk. Requires APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-01 andknowledge of Pascal to operate. The /// SIG has many copies of the PascalManuals. Call the office for your free set.On Side One:SYSTEM.COMPILER; PASCAL.OPTIONS; PASCAL.ERRORSOn Side Two:TOOLS.LIB; XREF.CODE; XREF.LIB; XREF.OPTIONS; PASMAT.CODE; PASMAT.LIBPASMAT.OPTIONS; PROCNAMES.CODE; PROCNAMES.LIB; PNAMES.OPTIONS;COMPARE.CODE COMPARE.LIB; COMPARE.OPTIONS

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

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-03a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-03b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Pascal Toolkit #2/#3Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-03              BOOTABLE?: NonbootableDESCRIPTION: Pascal Toolkit disks 2 and 3.Requires APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-01 and knowledge of Pascal to operate.  The /// SIG has many copies of the Pascal manuals. Call for your free set.On Side One:TOOLS.LIB; FIND.FILES.CODE; FIND.FILES.LIB; PAGING.TEXT; PAGING.LIBOn Side Two:LIB.KRUN.CODE; CLEARSEG.CODE; SORT.DIR.CODE

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

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-04a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-04b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Pascal Pronto Debugger/SANE Disk #1Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-04               BOOTABLE?: NonbootableDESCRIPTION: Pascal Pronto Debugger and the first disk containing Apple's Standard Apple Numerics Environment (SANE) (Primarily for the //). Requires APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-01 and knowledge of Pascal to operate. Your /// SIG has many copies of the Pascal manuals. Call the office for your free set.On Side One: SYSTEM.PASCAL; SYSTEM.INTERP On Side Two: A2X.BANKSW; A2X.LOADER; INCLUDE.EQUS; GENERIC.MACROS; PDOS.SANEMACRO

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

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-05a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-05b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Pascal SANE Disk #2/#3Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-05                BOOTABLE?: NonbootableDESCRIPTION: The second and third SANE numerics programs.Requires APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-01 and knowledge of Pascal to operate.(Note: This disk requires APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-04. IF you need the Pascal manuals, callthe WAP office for your free set.

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

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-06a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-06b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Pascal SOS I/O & ExerSOSDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-06               BOOTABLE?: BootableDESCRIPTION: Learn about SOS, the Apple ///'s operating system and ways to Input and Output through Pascal.  ExerSOS lets you test various Pascal procedures (File, Device, Utility & Memory calls). Your WAP /// SIG has free copies of the Pascal manuals. Call the office for details. On Side One: SOSIO.CODE; ISOSIO.TEXT; IPSOSIO.TEXT; ASMSOS.TEXT; SOSEQUS.TEXT; SOSIOMAC.TEXT; SOSDEV.TEXT; SOSFILE.TEXT; SOSUTIL.TEXT;SOSMEM.TEXT; SOSDATA.TEXT; SOSPLUS.TEXT; DEVTRAN.TEXT; XMOVE.TEXT;USEXMOVE.TEXTOn Side Two: SOS.KERNEL; SOS.INTERP; SOS.DRIVER; HELLO; SCREEN.CODE; TOOL.CODE SCREENWRIT.TEXT; MAKEINTERP.TEXT

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

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-07a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-07b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Pascal Utilities: Putdemo & Putlib DemosDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-07                BOOTABLE?: NonbootableDESCRIPTION:The Apple /// Pascal Utility Library is meant to provide the knowledgeable A3Pascal programmer with the tools needed to write sophisticated programs forany application. The aim is to free the programmer from tedious coding of details so that he can concentrate on program function.To this end, the Pascal Utility Library id divided into three main groups of modules:- The General Utility modules relieve the burden of writing the general-purpose routines needed for user-program interaction, error-checking,and data conversion.- The file Access modules are a powerful tool for consistent handling of datafiles.- The B-tree modules combine features of sequential and binary tree access toprovide a means of sorting and searching through data in memory.  Theunderlying data structure is flexible enough to accomodate any key length from 1 to 16 bytes.The TESTUNIT program provided with this package will permit you to observe the effect of calling the modules with specific parameter values. In an application program, it remains the programmer's responsibility to call the modules properly as defined in the documentation. This will encourage well-organized, readable code.Requires knowledge of Pascal to use.  The WAP /// SIG has many copies of thePascal manuals. Call the office for details. The manual for this disk isavailable for the cost of copying. Contact Dave Ottalini for details at 301-681-6136.On Side One (Putdemo): TESTUNIT.TEXT; TESTUNIT2.TEXT; TESTUNIT.CODE; CREATEFILE.TEXT; CREATEFILE.CODE; LISTSTATUS.TEXT; LISTSTATUS.CODE; INVENTORY.TEXT; INVENTORY.CODE; TESTBTREE.TEXT; TESTBTREE.CODE; VIDEOTAPE.INVOn Side Two (Putlib): GENUTIL.TEXT; GENUTIL2.TEXT; GENUTIL3.TEXT; FILEACCESS.TEXT; BTREE.TEXT; BTREE2.TEXT; SYSTEM.LIBRARY; LIBRARY.CODE

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

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-08a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-08b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Wade's Pascal Patch/PCode DisassemblerDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-08              BOOTABLE? NonbootableDESCRIPTION: Side One has Dan Wade's Pascal Patch program:*Now Version 2.0!The purpose of super PMOVE is simple- To move the Apple /// PascalSYSTEM files (SYSTEM.PASCAL, SYSTEM.FILER, SYSTEM.COMPILER, etc.) fromthe crowded root directory of a hard disk volume (50 files maximum) toan uncrowded sub-directory file (2nd level only!) on that volume.This action gives you more room in the root directory for otherprograms that need root directory space.The program assumes that you have already upgraded your system toPascal 1.2, and used its PMOVE program to place the PascalSOS.INTERPreter's SYSTEM file presumptions from .D1 to the rootdirectory of your hard disk volume.  SUPER PMOVE will 'patch' theSOS.INTERPreter to look to a new sub-directory named by you (Istrongly suggest the name of SYS1.2 [i.e., <device name>/SYS1.2]),then transfer the root directory SYSTEM files to the sub-directory.Once done, the root directory files can be deleted.The program is self documented, with help screens.Side Two has a p-Code Disassembler - which creates Op-Codes from Pascalcode files. Not Self-Booting.

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

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-09a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-09b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: CHAOS PROGRAMS IN PASCALDISK ID : APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-09BOOTABLE? YESDisk by C.M.DavidsonFebruary, 1991INTRODUCTIONThis disk contains several programs for drawing some of the familiar icons ofchaos theory: MANDELBROT graphs, FEIGENBAUM diagrams and LORENZ attractors. The material draws very heavily on the book:     Dynamical Systems and Fractals - Computer Experiments in Pascal.                  by     Karl-Heinz Becker and Michael Doerfler     Cambridge University Press (1989)     ISBN 0 521 36910 X (paperback).Needless to say, alas, Apple /// Pascal is NOT one of the dialects treated bythe authors (IBM, Macintosh and Amiga are the favoured machines), but someinformation is provided on Apple ][ Pascal application - from which I haveadapted the programs here.DISK ORGANIZATION.Side 1 contains three Pascal codefiles and this information file:MANDELPROG.CODE when executed prompts the user for the leftmost, rightmostand bottom limits of the field to be scanned.  It then sets the top limit tomaintain the diagram proportions and plots the area of the Mandelbrot diagramcovered (this can take several hours!).  Finally it saves the diagram as aPascal DATAfile in the active directory under the name 'MANDELBROT.PIC' andis returned to the Pascal Command level by hitting 'RETURN'.FULLMANDEL.PIC (on side 2) illustrates the complete Mandelbrot diagram forall areas of interest.  It was created as a Pascal DATAfile and converted toa FOTOfile for ease of viewing with the Basic Menu program.FEIGENPROG.CODE when executed prompts the user for the left, right, bottomand top limits of the field of interest, as well as for two more variableswhich determine respectively how many iterations will be performed beforepoints are plotted, and how many points will be plotted, in eachgeneration.  It then computes the necessary iterative calculations and plotsthe FEIGENBAUM BIFURCATION diagram for the field specified, saves the diagramand its variables as 'FEIGENBAUM.PIC' and awaits a 'RETURN' to return to thePascal command level.FEIGEN.PIC (Side 2) illustrates an overview of the diagram, between thelimits shown.LORENZPROG.CODE when executed prompts for the three parameters A, B and C ofthe differential equations used by Lorenz in his discussion of theinstability of simple systems:     x' = A*(y-x)     y' = B*x-y-x*z     z' = x*y-C*zthen proceeds to plot the movement of a point subject to these constraints asit succeeds or fails in finding a stable locus; most often its trackoscillates between two separate loops in the well-known 'butterfly' figure. The plot is interrupted by any keystroke, upon which the program saves itsdiagram under the name LORENZ.PIC in the active directory, and returns to thecommand level after 'RETURN' is pressed.LORENZ.PIC (Side 2) illustrates a typical shape for the Lorenz Attractor.Side 2 also contains two subdirectories of Pascal source code - FULLTEXTS andFRAGMENTS.FULLTEXTS contains the main text files (their names are self-explanatory)from which each of the three programs is compiled, as well as a skeleton textfile for use in generating other programs.  Each of these text files uses{$INCLUDE} commands to incorporate a common file of utilities and a filespecific to the main text being compiled.  These are all found in thesubdirectory FRAGMENTS.

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

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-10a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-10b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Pascal Menu.MakerDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-10BOOTABLE?: BootableThis disk contains a wonderful Pascal version of the venable Basic Menu.Makerprogram found on most WAP /// SIG PD disks.  A former /// SIGer - Tom Bartkiewitz - wrote this program from scratch.  The program can beloaded onto a hard disk and used like any other. It can run anyPascal program, read text and 3 EZP/AW files, change fonts, etc.Since this is a Pascal-based program, you must first boot side oneand then flip over the disk to side 2 and hit <RETURN>. From there, youcancreate a menu from any disk you might have.  It can read any Pascal text,ASCII, or 3EZ Pieces text file (that's right....3 EZPs!). It will also runany pascal-based program you might have.  Since this is not anassembly-language program like Selector or Catalyst, however, it will NOT runa Basic or other language program.  The program is unprotected and sourcecode is included and fully documented.Just like the Basic version of Menu.Maker, when booted, you will getour standard hello message (written by Jim Salerno).  From there, you aretaken immediately into Menu.Maker and your menu of the disk in .D1 (that is,the PD Menu.Maker disk).  The Side 2 menu includes the following:SYSTEM.LIBRARY      CodeHELLO.TEXT          TextFONTS               CatalogPRINT.TEXT          TextSYSTEM.STARTUP      CodeMENU.MAKER.CODE     CodePROGRAMS            CatlogPRINT.CODE          CodeAt the bottom of the screen you are told to press the Open Apple keyand "?" for help and the <ESCAPE> key to exit the program (and return tothePascal command line).  The Help file is a window laid over the first screenand gives the date and time, as well as a number of options available to theuser.  It describes the various actions taken by highlighting a Code, Font,Catalog, Ascii, Text or 3 EZP word processing file.  In addition, by pressingOpen Apple and "S", Menu.Maker will display the system memory map.  Here,you'll find out how much RAM is available in your Apple ///; how much is inuse; how much memory SOS is taking up; how much memory the Interpreter istaking up; and finally, how much is available to the user.         Open Apple and "V" displays and allows the user to select theavailable "block" devices (like .D1; .D2; .Profile, etc.). By moving thecursor and highlighting the desired device and pressing <RETURN>, you canchange the prefix and Menu.Maker will give you the menu on that device(based, of course, on what drivers you loaded at bootup)! You can then readfiles or run the programs from that new prefix!        The Pascal Menu.Maker can load and display any font you desirequickly and easily (it really "glides" from one to another). This diskincludes some fonts for you to test out.  The print program was added by ///SIG member Jim Salerno, so you can print out any file on the disk.  ThePrograms catalog includes a Pascal program to set the date and time.  By theway, when these programs end, you will be returned to the Pascal commandline.  To rerun Menu.Maker, type "X" and then ".D2/Menu.Maker.Code" and.        On Side 1 of this disk, along with the boot files, you will findtwo Sources catalogs.  These contain a number of text, ascii and a 3EZP wordprocessing file with information pertaining to the disk, and other usefulmaterial.  You will want to read the Sources.Text file, which explainseverything on the disk in much greater detail that I can do here.  Everythingis explained in full detail, and anyone who enjoys Pascal prgramming willhave no trouble following what Tom has done.        By the way, this program is easily installed for use under eitherCatalyst or Selector.  You could also use it as a "turn-key" disk forspecific Pascal programs you might wish to run or files you wanted to read.To make this disk more useful for that purpose, please remove all theextraneous files included on this disk (source code files, etc.). Side One: Boot Disk and source code. Side Two: Program Disk         : Read.Me.First Information File

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

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-11a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-11b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Modified Pascal Menu MakerDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-11               BOOTABLE?: BootableDESCRIPTION: C.M. Davidson's modified version of the Pascal Menu.Maker program, designed to allow the importation of Apple /// Fotofiles. See the Read.Me file for more information.  Knowledge of Pascal required. Side One: This side is bootable into our Basic Menu.Maker program           to have access to the Read.Me file. Also some FOTO files. Side Two: Non-booting files associated with the modified Pascal           Menu.Maker program, TYPESET.CODE and two Mandelbrot pgms.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-12

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-12a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-12b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: MacstuffDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-12               BOOTABLE?: BootableDESCRIPTION:Disk APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-12 contains the code file and information about Macstuff, a one-time commercial program that tried to give the Apple /// a graphicalinterface like the Macs. Side One is self-booting and includes the files listed below.  Side two includes a demo Skeleton.Code file and the actualMacstuff.Code file.  Extensive Pascal programming experience is requiredto use this program - No manual on disk is, as of yet, available.-: On Side One:-: ARTICLES         : Bibliography of articles about Macstuff.-: MACSTUF.N.FONTS  : More information about Fontmanager and Macstuff.-: MACSTUFF.DEMO    : ATUNC article about Macstuff and Font Generator.-: MACSTUFF.PSCL    : Product announcement about Macstuff.-: READ.ME.FIRST    : What's on this disk.-: ON SIDE TWO:-:-: SKELETON.TEXT  :Pascal Text file of SKELETON.CODE Macstuff demo code file.-: SKELETON.CODE  :Pascal Code file of Macstuff skeleton demo.-: MACSTUFF.CODE  :Actual Macstuff Pascal Code File.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-13

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-13a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-13b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: David Craig Disk #1Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-13               BOOTABLE?: BootableDESCRIPTION: Disks APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-13, 14 and 15 are some of the nuggets we got from adonation by Joe Dobrowolski (of Apple Users Group International). Wecall them "David Craig Disks 1,2 and 3" since the material on these diskswere all placed into the PD by (yes, that's right....) ///er David Craig.All require knowledge of Pascal to operate properly.On Side One:-: MUSIC:      Music playing code from the Apple ][ Programmer's Aid # 1-:             collection-: MUSIC.TEST: Tests the MUSIC routine by playing several scales-: SOS.STATE : Returns SOS's internal status-: SOS.HEART : Tests SOS.STATE-: STR2REAL  : Simple program for converting string numbers to REAL values &-:             is very good at testing the string for validity-: Disk.Info : Information about these disks.On Side Two:-: ASMFORMAT : Formats assembler listing files so that all back-patches are-:             correctly patched. Nice utility for the /// assembly people.-: FILEDIV   : Divides large Pascal text files into smaller files.-: 0NINE2ONE : Interesting number game whose purpose is to arrange a sequence-:             of the first 9 digits (1 to 9) into a pattern.-: WEEKDAY   : Day of the week calculator given any date.-: TIMER     : Digital clock for the ///. Great for the /// owner whose watch-:             has broken.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-14

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-14a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-14b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: David Craig Disk #2Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-14              BOOTABLE?: NonbootableDESCRIPTION: Disks APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-13, 14 and 15 are some of the nuggets we got from adonation by Joe Dobrowolski (of Apple Users Group International). Wecall them "David Craig Disks 1,2 and 3" since the material on these diskswere all placed into the PD by ///er David Craig. All require knowledge ofPascal to operate properly.On Side One:-: PPRINT    : Pascal source code pretty printer utility that supports-:             hilighting of Pascal's reserved words.  Allows the user the-:             ability to define words which are also hilighted.-:-: ON SIDE TWO:-: UTS       : Pascal token search unit which is used by PPRINT. Useful for-:             parsing any Pascal program.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-15

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-15a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-15b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: David Craig Disk #3Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-15              BOOTABLE?: NonbootableDESCRIPTION: Disks APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-13, 14 and 15 are some of the nuggets we got from adonation by Joe Dobrowolski (of Apple Users Group International). Wecall them "David Craig Disks 1,2 and 3" since the material on these diskswere all placed into the PD by ///er David Craig. All require knowledge ofPascal to operate properly.On Side One:-: EMUL.ROM   : Disassembled source code listing for the A ][ Emulation ROM-:              for the ///.-: SAVAGE     : Floating point benchmark program which tests the accuracy of-:              the transcendental functions.-: UDEBUG     : Runtime debugger which uses an external terminal.Used by most-:              of my programs since I rarely write a program which runs-:              correctly the first time.-: USINCOS    : Nice Pascal unit for generating sine and cosine values.-: On Side Two:-: ASMFORMAT0.TEXT-: ASMFORMAT1.TEXT-: ASMFORMAT2.TEXT-: ASMFORMAT3.TEXT-: ASMFORMAT4.TEXT-: ASMFORMAT5.TEXT-: (ASMFORMAT : Formats assembler listing files so that all back-patches are-:              correctly patched. Nice utility for the /// assembly people.)

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-16

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-16a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-16b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PD LIBRARYPDS NAME: IEEE-488 FILES FOR THE APPLE // AND ///DISK ID : APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-16BOOTABLE? Bootable By Jim TrezzoCompiled and edited by Dave Ottalini - WAP /// SIGThis disk contains the software to support the IEEE-488 card from Pascal andFORTRAN.  It takes the form of an application note; source listings, informaldocumentation (no manual) and a diskette.The software consists of two separate parts.  One part is written in Pascalas a Pascal unit.  This unit (GPIB.CODE) contains higher levelfunctions available to the Pascal or FORTRAN application program.The second part of the software takes the form of an attached driver to thePascal BIOS.  This driver (I488) is written in TLA assembler code.  ThePascal unit GPIB, which supports the higher level functions, relies on low level functions provided by the attached device driver.  Low level functionssuch as UNITCLEAR, UNITREAD, UNITWRITE and UNITSTATUS are provided by the driver.  All communication with the IEEE-488 card will be through the driver.On Side One:Read.Me.A2   : Information about the Apple // IEEE-488 software.Read.Me.A3   : Information about the Apple /// IEEE-488 software.Read.Me.First: This FileOn Side Two:You'll find the following Pascal Files:ATTACH.DRIVERSATTACHUD.CODEDOC.TEXTGPIB.CODEGPIB.TEXTI488.TEXTI488A.TEXTI488B.TEXTIGPIB.CODEIGPIB.TEXTSYSTEM.ATTACHAPPLE3 (Subdirectory)- IEDOC.TEXT- GPIB.CODE- INFO

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-17

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-17a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-17b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: FORTRAN Manual: Disk 1Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-17                BOOTABLE?: NonbootableDESCRIPTION: Disk One of Two disks containing the manual for the Fortran Language. Pascal required to read/print these files (which are Pascal Text Files). Use Pascal Menu.Maker, disk APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-10 to read or System Utilities to print (disk APPLE-3-WAP-SYS-02 - use "Copy Files" and copy to .Printer).

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-18

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-18a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-18b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: FORTRAN Manual: Disk 2Disk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-18              BOOTABLE?: NonbootableDESCRIPTION: Disk Two of Two disks containing the manual for the Fortran Language. Pascal required to read/print these files (which are Pascal Text Files). Use Pascal Menu.Maker, disk APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-10 to read or System Utilities to print (disk APPLE-3-WAP-SYS-02 - use "Copy Files" and copy to .Printer).

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-19

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-19a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-19b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PUBLIC DOMAIN LIBRARYPDS NAME: Fortran LanguageDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-19BOOTABLE?: BootableDESCRIPTION: Fortran Language. Requires Pascal.  See Manuals on Disks-: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-17 and 18.-:-:On Side One:Type    Blocks Name Pascod   156  FORTRAN.CODE Pastxt    31  FORTRAN.ERRORS Pastxt     7  SOSERRORS Pasdta    54  SYSTEM.LIBRARYOn Side Two:Fortran.EZP - Data Base file of information about Fortran. Requires 3EZ               Pieces or AppleWorks.

DISK ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-20

APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-20a.dsk [Catalog]APPLE-3-WAP-pcl-20b.dsk [Catalog]WAP /// SIG PDPDS NAME: PASCAL MODULES FOR DEVELOPERSDisk ID: APPLE-3-WAP-PCL-20BOOTABLE: Not Bootable - requires PascalThis disk includes a number of Pascal Modules you can use to help youas a developer.  Below is a list of each file and a short descriptionof what each one does.  IF you use any of these to develop a programfor the Apple /// we hope you'll share it with the rest of the ///Community!SIDE ONE:CRT.LIB.TEXT  Pascal screen control library utility routines for Apple ///.  Created to control cursor functions use interfaces in  CURSOR_LIB.          By E.J. FournierCURSOR.LIB.TEXT  Pascal cursor control library utility routines for Apple ///.  Created to control screen/viewport functions use  interfaces in CRT.LIB.      By E.J. FournierWINDOW.BOR.TEXT  The code was created as a result of not having the "chr()"  character definitions for the characters used in the FORM program in  the XA7 library.  The routine could be expanded to include other character  shapes to make a more interesting border but the border created using  standard characters and this one special character is really sufficient.  By E.J. FournierPAS.WINDOW.TEXT  I started writing a few more programming utilities and came across  the controls to save and restore the screen.  I decided to experiment  and the result is the code shown below.  I realize the experiment  itself is of no real use but it demonstrates some of the speed with  which you can manipulate the screen and some of the possibilities that  exist for window manipulation.  You can save screens in memory and  instantaneously display them rather than write them to the screen.  Consider their use in the FORM program (those of you that have down-  loaded it).  Anyway, compile this and use the cursor keys to move the  window around.  Use ESC to quit.  Consider as you use the arrows that  your restoring the entire screen and the small window as you move about  By the way, you're expected to have the CURSOR and CRT libraries in the  SYSTEM.LIBRARY                   By E.J. FournierPSCL.SCRN.TEXT  Here are a few more screen utilities for those of you that do some PASCAL  programming.  I really started to do a window function that was going to  save window in dynamicly allocated memory with restoration by utilization  of a window number.  Unfortunately it just didn't work out and since I  had no use for it other than the thought that it would really be a neat  feature, I quit the effort.  If anyone thinks they can do it ( I was  planning on having a varient subrecord to conserve memory), let me know  how you make out.  All the parts are here.  P.S. You may want to combine these library routines.  I did them seperate  thinking they wouldn't all get loaded if only one was used.  By E.J. FournierWINDOWUTIL.TEXT  I started writing a few more programming utilities and came across  the controls to save and restore the screen.  I decided to experiment  and the result is the code shown below.  I realize the experiment  itself is of no real use but it demonstrates some of the speed with  which you can manipulate the screen and some of the possibilities that  exist for window manipulation.  You can save screens in memory and  instantaneously display them rather than write them to the screen.  Consider their use in the FORM program (those of you that have down-  loaded it).  Anyway, compile this and use the cursor keys to move the  window around.  Use ESC to quit.  Consider as you use the arrows that  your restoring the entire screen and the small window as you move about  By the way, your expected to have the CURSOR and CRT libraries in the  SYSTEM.LIBRARY.                          By E.J. FournierFONT.CAP.TEXT  This program will extract FONT character data from a SOS.DRIVER  file and then store the data in a new file for use by you.  If you plan to use the new FONT file with Business Basic,  use the PASCAL FILER to change the FONT storage file type from  a PASCAL data file to a FONTFILE...VIEWPRTPOS.TEXT  This is a collection of Pascal procedures used as screen utilities on the  Apple ///.  Also included are a few others such as one to clear the  input buffer. Submitted by Harry Baya, 72135,1667, 6/8/85 PSCL.MOUSE.TEXT    This is a little graphics demo to show how the Mouse can be used in  Programming on the Apple ///.  This program requires that Applestuff,  Pgraf, and Psosio be located in the system library. Psosio is an implemen-  tation of SOS Commands straight from Pascal. It is part of the Pascal Tech  reference manual package. I only use it to get the SOS device number of the  Mouse Driver. The procedure Pnum then translates this into the Pascal Unit  number needed by the Unitstatus, Unitread, and Unitwrite commands.    The program is setup to run the BW 280 graphics mode. It allows the user  to do freehand drawing. The program will plot a point by pressing the mouse  button and by holding it down it will draw lines as fast as you move it,  but the faster you do the more jagged it becomes.   COMMANDS:                                        EFFECT:   Click the Mouse                                Plot a Point   Hold the Mouse Button Down                     Draws solid lines   Open-Apple X                                   Keeps X-Value Constant   Open-Apple Y                                   Keeps Y-Value Constant   Open-Apple C                                   Clears the Screen   Open-Apple S                                   Switch Between Screens   Open-Apple Q                                   Quits the Program     The Open-Apple X and Y commands are nice for plotting strictly horizon-  tal or vertical lines. One note is that these two commands stay in effect  until another key is pressed (i.e. the spacebar). Since I had the program  hang up every time I tried to write to the Mouse I decided to forego it at  this point. The net effect is that the Mouse will jump to a new position  when the Open-Apple X or Y command is terminated. Not a major problem but  still annoying.     Meanwhile enjoy playing Mouser for awhile. It's not quite a MAC and  thats a pleasing thought.  By: David Bixby    16 Mar 85PRINT.SCRN.TEXT  This program was taken in part from the window demo program by  E.Fournier.  I have added a Print Screen routine that will print the  buffer that contains the screens contents.  I have also added a  GET_KBD_BYTE routine that will return the first byte from the keyboard.  if you use this routine in your program you will always have the PRTSCR  routine if you press BOTH APPLES and the ENTER key (not the return key)  It would not be too much trouble to add a on-line notepad / calandar /  and other routines that would use a special keys.  If someone writes  some of these routines, Please upload them so everyone can use them.  This program uses the CRT.LIB that is in the data base so upload that  first to use this program.  TODD BLACKLEY  [72426.206]SIDE TWOAn  assortment  of PASCAL utilities and input routines. Included are textinput routines, long integer  conversion, SOS  time  and date, unitstatuscalls  and  more.  Source included.GENUTIL3.TEXT; SOSTIME.TEXT; TGENUTIL3.TEXT; TGENUTIL3.LIB; SOSTIME.CODE;TGENUTIL3.CODE

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