REMark Indexes 1980 (Issues 9 - 13)

Part Number

Issue

Article Title

Author

Page

885-2009

9

Welcome to a New Decade

Jim Blake

3

BASIC - “I Built My Own”

Patrick Swayne

4

Software Review

Fred Pospeschil

9

H19 and H89 Graphics in BASIC

:HUG:

9

Single Drive HASL8 Assemble

Jim Scott

11

Connecting Multiple RS-232 Devices in Parallel

/AIWZ

17

Consultant's Corner

Staff

19

Buggin' Hug

 

20

KISS (Keep it Simple Stupid)

Jim Blake

28

Million Dollar Check Writer

Jim Tennant

29

ET-3400 Morse Code Reader

Louis C. Graue

30

885-2010

10

They Call Me 'Mr. Brake'

Jim Blake

3

Getting Started With MBASIC and HDOS With Particular Reference to Random Files

William N. Campbell M.D.

4

Improvements to FOCAL-8

Patrick Swayne

15

The Ins and Outs of MODEMs

D. C. Showmaker

16

INIT and SYSGEN “how to”

 

20

Buggin' HUG

 

22

Meetings and Club Notices

 

27

KISS, Keep It Simple Stupid

 

28

Consultant's Corner

Staff

29

Software

 

30

885-2011

11

MicroNET and other SOFTSTUFF

Jim Blake

3

Getting Started with a Text editor

William N. Campbell M.D.

4

Microsoft BASIC Output Flexibility with Heath-configured CP/M

John R. Thomas

8

Local HUG News

 

9

Keep It Simple, Stupid (KISS)

 

10

Changes to Doc Campbell's Article (In REMark Issue 10)

 

14

New HUG Software

 

15

Do Your Own Thing

Patrick Swayne

16

HUG Parts List

 

16

Using Printers with the H11A

Jim Buszkiewicz

17

H8-2 Interface

Wallace K. Izuo

18

Consultant's Corner

 

18

File Handling in BASIC

Jim Tennant

19

Buggin' HUG

 

21

New Products from Non-Heath Sources

 

23

Changes for HDOS Boot-Up

 

24

Revision to HUG's Modem Communication System

A. Richard Tinder

26

Type -Ahead Buffer for HDOS 1.6

Robert C. Johnson

27

Addendum to the Microsoft BASIC Software Reference Manual

 

28

Spinwriter for the H89

 

31

885-2012

12

The New HDOS

Patrick Swayne

3

“Turnkey” Operation with HDOS Version 1.6

William N. Campbell M.D.

4

A Proposed Graphics Command Set for High Level Languages

 

9

Maintain a Library in Microsoft BASIC

D. J. Powers

10

Using AT: in MBASIC

William W. Moss, M.D.

12

Set HDOS Stand-Alone

 

13

Cut Down Drive Run Time

 

13

FORTRAN Corner

James G. Jerling

14

Tiny BASIC Tricks

 

15

HUG Parts List

 

16

New HUG Products

 

16

Type My Name Ten Times

 

17

File Catalogs in MBASIC

 

19

Voice for the H8

 

19

Build Your Own EPROM Programmer

 

20

Screen Formatting in BASIC

Bob Thomas

22

MOUNTALL

 

23

LP: Listing with the H11A

 

25

Buggin' HUG

 

26

A Text Pre-Processor for RUNOFF

William N. Campbell M.D.

29

MBASIC to Machine Code Link

 

30

Local HUG News

 

31

Sunrise, Sunset

Laird D. Shearer

32

885-2013

13

“REMark #2 Is Due in 10 Days!”

Jim Blake

3

Home Control with the ET-3400

Michael C. Frieders

4

The Magic Egg

Bob Ellerton

9

Build an EPROM Programmer

 

10

H11A File Management

Douglas H. McNeill, M.D.

11

Simultaneous Equations

George J. Sellers

12

Local HUG News

 

13

H88 Software from HUG

 

15

HUG Product List

 

16

New HUG Products

 

17

Diablo Remote Control

Lloyd E. Johnson

18

MicroNET Sample Run

 

19

FORTRAN Corner

James G. Jerling

23

Another Pointer to the Type-Ahead Buffer

Jay H. Gold

24

CHASE - An Animated Graphics Game

Tim Stanley

27

Buggin' HUG

 

39



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