CWTA Issue 38 - February 1988 - Type-Ins
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The following listings were published in the February 1988 issue of Computing_with_the_Amstrad:
- Knight's Reply (Jordi Domenech)
- Sound Programming (Alex O'Donovan)
- Road Hog (Bill Hamley)
- Permutations (Alan Smith)
- Quick Dragons (Martin Wielgus)
- Turbotext (Chris Nixon)
- Micro Whist (Roland A Waddilove)
- The Grim Marshes (Clive Gifford)
- Screen Dump For KDS 8-Bit Printer ports (Ian Sharpe)
- All files here originally created by Nich Campbell.
- Grim Marshes: The original listing contained errors; these are all fixed in the version supplied here. The commands available are NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST (you can't enter N, S, E and W), TIME, TAKE, WEAR and CLIMB. Due to the program's simplicity, when you enter TAKE, you take all of the objects in the room!
- Screen Dump: First run KDS's own initialisation program, then run this program. By default, the RSX is designed for printers which use ESC+K to switch to bit image printing, but if you change the CALL &9000 in line 150 to CALL &9000,1, the RSX will work with Epson-compatible printers.
- The postbag had a routine to indicate Caps Lock within Protext - the version supplied on the disk image contains the modification for disk users.