REMark Indexes for 1979 (Issues 5-8)

Part Number

Issue

Article Title

Author

Page

885-2005

5

HT11/H27 Test Drive

Jim Blake

3

The BASIC Idea

Sam Cox

6

H8 Front-Panel Timing Effects

D. E. Hamilton

7

Introducing the ETA-3400 Microprocessor Training Accessory

Lou Frenzel

9

The 'Intelligent' Disassembler

Jim Warner

11

Cassette Interface Becomes “AT:” - Two Ports for the Price of One

Jim Buszkiewicz

18

H10 Modification

Carroll Hennick

19

H8-2 & 4/5 - Or How to Use Your H8 and H9 Via H8-2

Jim Buszkiewicz

21

Curing Single-Drive HASL's

John Beetem

28

885-2006

6

CPM for the H8 System

:JB: ETAL

3

Understanding Numbers

Charles Dattolo

B16

New BASIC Features

Kathy Borden

13

Basic Ideas

 

17

Decimal I/O in the H8

Alan Day

20

HT-11 Inventory Program

 

25

Morse code on the ET-3400

Louis Grave

26

H19 Sneak Preview

 

31

New Software

 

34

885-2007

7

Organization! Confusion with a Structured Definition

Gene Bellinger

3

What! FTS Again?!

Douglas H. McNeill M.D.

9

The HDOS Type Ahead Buffer

J.J. Thompson

11

The Secret HDOS

Chesney E. Twombly

12

A Menu for BASIC Programs

Kevin Hauser

12

Operating System, Diskette File Patch (PATCH)

David A. Wallace

13

ET-3400 and Tint BASIC

 

13

--EDIT

 

14

A/D Converter

Don Moore

16

Buggin Hug

 

17

Basic Ideas

 

22

Bits and Nibbles

 

31

885-2008

8

Organization! Confusion with a Structured Definition

Gene Bellinger

4

String Sort

Bob Stillman

7

String Manupulation on H8 Using the Console Driver

Roger Greenhalgh

8

H8 Expansion

Larry Henderson

9

“H14 $150 Sooner”

Max Robinson

10

H8 Shoehorn, Automatic hardware boot-up

Howard Nurse

12

ETA-3400 Memory Mod

James F. Gregory

17

BP.DVD With the H8-5 Card

Philip Little

24

Permutations for the H8

John Beetem

25

Basic Ideas

Douglas H. McNeill M.D.

33

Music Board for the H8

David Troendle

34



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This site is dedicated to preserving the history of the original Heathkit computers. They were initially release in 1977 and included the 8-bit H-8 and 16-bit H-11 systems. The H89 was released in 1979.