REMark Indexes for 1978 (Issues 1 - 4)

Part Number

Issue

Article Title

Author

Page

885-2001

1

HUG: What's In It For You?

 

4

Introducing HUG: The Heath Users' Group

 

5

The DEC Connection

 

6

Need To Learn Programming?

 

7

Most Frequently Asked H8 Questions

 

8

A New Microcomputer Learning System

 

11

Involvment - The Key To Satisfaction

 

12

Configured vs. Distribution Tapes

 

14

Heath Floppy Disc Systems

 

14

Installing EX. B. H. BASIC Patches

 

16

Byte Size - Selected Short Subjects

 

17

The Mail Box

 

19

New Software For Your Old Money

 

20

Mastermind

 

23

Mini-Nim

 

24

Sorting Strings

 

25

New Applications Software

 

27

885-2002

2

New Product Introduction

 

3

An ASCII/Baudot Driver for the H8 System

 

4

H11 ASCII Printout Test

 

11

The Computer Hobbyist - What's He Like?

 

13

Using the H8 Console Driver

 

16

H9 Lower to Upper Case Modification

 

18

More About the H17 Minifloppy Disk System

 

20

The Mail Box

 

23

Byte Size

 

26

Local Users Groups

 

27

H8 Disassembler Program

 

28

Buffalo Area H8 Owners Meet

 

30

885-2003

3

Making A New Case For Your H9

Howard Nurse

4

My Old School Marm - CAI

Willard Nico

6

ASCII/Selectric Driver

Howard Nurse

12

Put And Get - Under Program Control

Robert Behar & Neal Rogers

17

HDOS Primer - An Over The Shoulder Look At The Floppy Systern

:JB:

18

---EDIT - Useful Interfacing Ideas

 

24

Buggin' Hug - We Get Letters

 

26

Mailing Label Program

Robert Behar WA4HCI

28

885-2004

4

MACHINE LANGUAGE AND BASIC

Chris Kern

3

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR THE H8 - Adventure for HDOS

 

8

RTTY AND THE ET-34OO

Louis C. Groves

10

THE BASIC IDEA (a new column)

Sam Cox, etal

14

TED 8 + HASL 8 = NO HASSLE - Writing Assembly Language Programs

:JB:

18

BITS AND NIBBLES

 

22

H11 BASIC PATCHES

Bob Meister

24

EDIT - Some Hardware Mod's

 

27

RTTY INTERFACE FOR THE H8

Robert Traub

28

MEETINGS AND CLUB NOTICES

 

29





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