[OT] Apple IIe help please
cobbe at directlink.net
Sat Dec 2 17:53:45 CET 2000
Lo, on Friday, December 1, Lizard did write:
> At 06:25 PM 12/1/2000, D-Man wrote:
> >Hi all. I apologize for the off topic-ness of the message and the
> >I have a friend who has a program she likes (written in BASIC) on an Apple
> >I have a way to get into the code and list it on the screen. What I am
> >for is someone who has had some experience using an Apple IIe who can tell me
> >how I can get the listing to be redirected to the printer port. Also if it is
> >possible to get a copy of the program file onto a disk for an IBM compatible
> >comptuer (Windows or Linux) that would be great.
> Gods, THAT brings back memories! Something like "PRINT #1" or the like? I
> know you specify a port..."IN #1" turned on the printer? Maybe? I'm sorry,
> I'm dredging up memories from 20+ years ago...
Close. Try PR#1 instead (at least, I *THINK* port 1 is the printer). That
should redirect all subsequent output to the printer. To reset, do PR#0.
So, something like
PR#1 (from this point on, you'll be typing blind)
PR#0 (and you'll be back to normal)
As for converting the file to a PC disk, you'll probably need to transfer
it to a PC electronically---a dial-up link or a null modem cable is
probably your best bet.
Amazed that I still remember this stuff (haven't used an Apple II in 12
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