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UnderColor, Volume 1, Number 1, December 10, 1984

Undercolor 840101 filler Heres a few notes from readers image.jpg


  • Title: Here’s a few notes from readers:
  • Text:

·How do you program an EPROM to start on Reset like Basic?
·A weather station using A-D, temperature sensors, wind speed, etc.
·How to program EPROMs using DEFT Systems Pascal
·How to get OS-9 and Basic 09 to talk to the outside world
·How to write device descriptors for OS-9 - Frank Dupont, Detroit, MI

·At first I thought you [Dennis] were quitting your job with TCCM. That didn’t seem right. Then I thought perhaps you were fired, but that didn’t seem right either ... — Dave Shewchun
·Custom Color has to continue, for many good
things to sink my teeth in are still under blankets ... — David Nicol
· Nice to hear that a new CoCo publication is starting up ... — Allan Ashton
·[Referring to this publication] Please accept this letter as my vote in favor of such a project! — Jon Morse
·[Referring to Custom Color] I have always enjoyed your column (even though I usually didn’t understand it) ... — Jock Kraft
·... you've given us our magazine back — only better! — Dennis Peterson