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  • ...uthors Guide, Box 6809, Roxbury, VT 05669. Letters to Editor, manuscripts, article queries, etc. should be sent to editorial office.<br>
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  • ...thor's Guide, Box 6809, Roxbury, VT 05669. Letters to Editor, manuscripts, article queries, etc. should be sent to editorial<br>
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-10/page/n9 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, in Archive.org]
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  • ...uthors Guide, Box 6809, Roxbury, VT 05669. Letters to Editor, manuscripts, article queries, etc. should be sent to editorial office.<br>
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  • ...thor‘s Guide, Box 6809, Roxbury, VT 05669. Letters to Editor, manuscripts, article queries, etc. should be sent to editorial office.<br>
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-10/page/n5 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-10 Pag 6, in archive.org]
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  • ==Article== ...of The Color Computer Magazine, for my revision D board computer. In the article it states that the ROM must be changed because it isn&rsquo;t a 1.1. Howev
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  • ...a desk/table to put all this equipment you're collecting on, a very useful article on flowcharting (it can be important), a neat card-shuffling routine that w [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow magazine page 1, from Archive.org]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-10/page/n1 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, in Archive.org]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-10/page/n13 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, in Archive.org]
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  • ...thor‘s Guide, Box 6809, Roxbury, VT 05669. Letters to Editor, manuscripts, article queries, etc. should be sent to editorial office.<br>
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  • *Wikipedia article on the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motorola_6847 Motorola 6847]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-09 See this article as it appeared in the magazine]
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  • ...uthors Guide, Box 6809, Roxbury, VT 05669. Letters to Editor, manuscripts, article queries, etc. should be sent to editorial office.<br>
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 1, in archive.org]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n11 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 12, in archive.org]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-09/page/n12 See this article as it appeared in the magazine page 13]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n1 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 2, in archive.org]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n11 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 12, in archive.org]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n7 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 8, in archive.org]
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  • ==Article== I read an article about an Apple computer interfaced to a laser disk player. Can the Color Co
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n18 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 19, in archive.org]
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  • ==Article== <p>this article.
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  • ==Article== ...you want access to the full RAM, finish steps 7-10 in Dennis Kitsz&rsquo;s article on upgrades. You won&#39;t be able to access the upper bank of 32K unless y
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n8 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 9, in archive.org]
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  • ==Article== ...f fact, I did partially implement this idea. Several years ago, I wrote an article for BYTE magazine in which I described a CoCo anemometer. The anemometer (w
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n13 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 14, in archive.org]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-10/page/n4 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, in Archive.org]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n8 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 9, in archive.org]
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  • ...e this circuit, you must have a monochrome monitor handy. I am typing this article on my CoCo using this driver circuit and my $170 Amdek green-screen monito ...n this elaborate process a fair degree of clarity is lost. The system this article describes takes the signal directly out of the Y output of the VDG, buffers
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  • (From Raibow article (Aug 1989) "OS9 Survival Training" by Jeffrey S. Parker
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n13 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 14, in archive.org]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-10 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, in Archive.org]
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  • *[https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-10/page/n1 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, in Archive.org]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-09/page/n18 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, page 19]
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  • ==Article== ...ully, Dennis, how in my fanciful design of a dream CoCo (&quot;Dream&quot; article I posted in XA1), I carefully suggested that a minimal machine in a profess
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n14 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 15, in archive.org]
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  • ==Article== ...l bits can be used by the Data Gatherer, but are outside the scope of this article.
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  • ...ODE3]] || [[Allen Curtis]] || The author fol lows up on his popular PMODE4 article || 78 || || ART | [[TWO BY GEORGE]] || [[George Ziniewicz]] || An article and a program on this issue's graphic theme || 86 || || ART
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  • ==Article== ...nce l have Disk Basic, my interrupt vector was not the same as that in the article. I added the following lines to pick up the existing vector and plant it af
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  • *[https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-10/page/n1 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, in Archive.org]
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  • ...e negative voltage circuit, which fails at high speed on a stock SSC. This article also provides instructions for adding a mechanical switch so the user can m The second article I found is on [http://home.att.net/~robert.gault/Coco/CoCo_main.htm Robert
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  • ==Article== ...and performance. I would like to remind the reader that after reading this article, you should not leap to a conclusion and rush to go buy a program. You shou
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-09/page/n16 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, page 17]
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  • ...org/?page_id=124 detailed] block diagram that will be good enough for this article. Also, a good understanding of the [http://www.google.com/search?q=pia+6821
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-09/page/n1 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, page 2]
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  • .../TRS-80_Color_Computer#Color_Computer_1_.281980.E2.80.931983.29/ Wikipedia article]
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  • | [[Correction (Rainbow 1981-09)|Correction]] || || Correction of the last article print screen || 2 || || [[:Category:Corrections|Corrections]], [[:Category
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  • HELP ARTICLE ARTI DEC-89 WB4GCS
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  • For those of you who like music, let us first recommend the fine article on the COLOR Computer in the latest issue of "80-Microcomputing." By far th
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  • ==Article== ...zons&quot; (TCCM, July &rsquo;84)? &quot;Find&quot; is a follow-up to that article, and it has finally found a home!
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  • ==Article== ...ine appeared in the April 1983 issue of The Color Computer Magazine, in an article entitled &quot;Reformat Your Video&quot; by Steve Odneal. A change to Steve
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n6 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 7, in archive.org]
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  • ==Article== ...fertile area for third party support. For the hacker, Dennis Kitsz (in an article in January, 1982, &#39;80 Micro) described how to modify an old Model I key
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  • ==Article== ...mdash;232C port to connect to printers, modems, and other devices. In this article we&#39;ll look at how you can use this port so your Color Computer can comm
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-09/page/n2 See this article as it appeared in the magazine]
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n5 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 6, in archive.org]
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  • ...onitor driver, you must supply sound using a separate circuit. Refer to my article on the monochrome monitor driver for hints on how to do this.
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  • information and means to convert DC Modem Paks. This article, and the products this article, you'll be able to turn a Tandy DC Modem Pak into an RS-232 pack
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  • This article is the procedure I have used in order to get the clutter of Computer com (If you ever received CoCo-Ads from PD Software there was an article in the Aug. '87 issue entitled "Detached Keyboard" that will describe how t
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-10/page/n7 See this article as it appeared in the magazine, in Archive.org]
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  • ...a desk/table to put all this equipment you're collecting on, a very useful article on flowcharting (it can be important), a neat card-shuffling routine that w
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  • ==Article== ...RECORDING. The basic principles of digital recording were explained in my article on Color Quaver (TCCM, November and December, 1983). Here&#39;s a review.
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  • [Page 4] Program listing: GRADER 2.1, article title "Teacher's Helper, Student's Friend" [Page 10] Article about the use of GET/PUT in graphics code in Extended Basic.
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n2 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 3, in archive.org]
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  • ...e) - where did the data come from? Link to other website, or note magazine article, etc. or the name of whoever submitted it. Credit where credit is due, plea
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  • ==Article== <p> I talked about indirect jumps in my article on the Game of Life (April, 1984), so if you&#39;re not familiar with them,
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  • ...Color Basic but doesn’t explain their use to the average programmer. This article will explain how you can use these commands in your own programs.
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-09/page/n3 See this article as it appeared in the magazine]
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  • In this article I will attempt explain how to use both sides of your disks under RSDOS, as
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  • The basic principles of digital recording were explained in my article on Color Quaver (TCCM, November and December, 1983). Here's a review. ...think 56 clock cycles isn't any time at all, though, turn to Steve Bjork's article on interrupts (Display Modes, December, 1983 TCCM); the pro speaks!
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  • [https://archive.org/details/rainbowmagazine-1981-12/page/n4 See this article as it appeared in the Rainbow Magazine 1981-12 Pag 5, in archive.org]
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  • BATTERY BACKUP ARTICLE TEXT OCT-90 PAULSENIURA
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  • appears exactly as it appears in the Rainbow's article on page 284. The extra comments between lines 00007
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