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If this generates sufficient interest this will become a series of videos



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Re: BASIC programs from the Eighties and Nineties
« Reply #1 on: 15:21, 29 May 20 »
Do you have a text file of the list that you can post? It'd be easier to look through than the video.

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Re: BASIC programs from the Eighties and Nineties
« Reply #2 on: 15:43, 29 May 20 »
Unfortunately not, what I will do is display the CATalogue of each disk as I retrieve them from the storage boxes they have been kept in for the last twenty+ years. If you or anyone else is interested in a program or programs reply in this thread and I can quickly make a video of the relevant file - one of 6128 Plus machines here is permanently hooked up to the OSSC/Hauppauge Rocket combination and it only takes a few minutes to create a video.

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Re: BASIC programs from the Eighties and Nineties
« Reply #3 on: 14:09, 01 June 20 »
If their decent, what's TONYMEN1.BAS to TONYMEN6.BAS? There's another File name TONY. but that's in User Area 0 and  the others are in User Area 1.


User area 4 is showing some BBC BASIC stuff along with Files, I think I mentioned it before about viewing them, but can't remember if you showed them, which would have to be viewed in BBC BASIC (also present on the Disk as BBCBASIC.COM), but needs to be loaded in CP/M (Plus is preferable).


Some Math based stuff in User area 3, Disk Utilities in User area 2 and some in User area 1 along with ROMDOS, no idea what that stuff is in User area 5 or 6.
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Re: BASIC programs from the Eighties and Nineties
« Reply #4 on: 16:09, 01 June 20 »
Hi @AMSDOS ,


The TONYMEN files are all variations on a simple menu system - nothing exciting I'm afraid.