BASIC-80 manual online anywhere?
frustum at pacbell.net
Thu Apr 6 13:04:04 CDT 2006
Jim Battle wrote:
> I have an original copy of Microsoft BASIC-80 (c) 1979, Release 5.1. It
> is for Heath/Zenith systems, but really that part of it is just an
> insert at the start of the manual. The rest of the manual is generic
> and applicable to all BASIC-80 versions.
> Before spending the time to scan it, is this online anywhere already? I
> did a google search on
> BASIC-80 manual
> but didn't find any hits in the first few pages.
> Likewise, I have an original manual for a similar vintage MS BASCOM
> (basic compiler).
I have had a few responses -- the manual is online already.
Rich Cini has it on his web site, listed as AltairBASIC_1275:
It is also available in his Altair32 emulator bundle.
Fritz Chwolka points out that there is probably at least one version of
it at the www.trs80.com web site. There are a ton of manuals there. He
also has it mirrored here:
I guess I don't need to scan my copy.
Thank to everyone who replied privately.
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