Here you can find a selection of ink pads to use if you prefer. I used a Canon and Gemini printer for the following programs, as it was much faster. You may want to read more tutorials before using. < -->
Guitar Teacher is a C-64 program I wrote which teaches how to play the guitar. It is in uuencoded format. The instructions and a disassembly of the machine language portion of the program are available here separately.
For those running a C64 Emulator, here is a .d64 Disk Image of the program!
Here is a quick and easy way to combine two BASIC programs into one, without any lines being replaced.
This shows a method I found for picking random numbers, without repeating until you've gone all the way through all the possible choices. It is only 1 line long on the 128 (2 lines on the 64)!
Here is an explanation for a program that will transfer a Hires image from the normal 40-column screen to an 80-column screen, with a C-128 with 16K video memory (in black-and-white), or with 64K video memory (in color).
Here is an explanation for making the computer print out all the prime numbers between 1 and 10,000.
Here is an explanation for using the computer to assist you in solving cryptogram puzzles.
Here you can learn how to transfer string variables back and forth between BASIC and Machine Language on the C-64.
And here is a program I wrote for the CP/M mode of the C-128, called CPM Squares, which shows how programs are written in CP/M machine language.
This explains a program I wrote just for the C-64. It lets you shuffle a deck of cards in memory for a card game.
You can write to me at .
|HOME||Religion||Latin Mass||Denton||Prayer Requests||Homeschooling|
|England||Italy||Florida||Musical||Gregorian Chant||LPH Resource Center|