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Rainbow

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Name Rainbow
Year 1981
Location Prospect, KY
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About the Publication Info Box

The Rainbow was a monthly magazine for the TRS-80 Color Computer by the Tandy Corporation (now RadioShack). It was started by Lawrence C. Falk (commonly known as Lonnie Falk) and was published from July 1981 to May 1993 by Falk's company, Falsoft, which was based in Prospect, Kentucky.

The CoCo Chronicles tell about The Rainbow's first issues:

The Rainbow's first issue was all of two pages in length (both sides, of course) and you could tell immediately by the typeset (LP VII), that no expense was spared in putting together this latest collection of Color Computer information. The debut issue was photocopied at the corner drug store and after the first 25 copies sold out ($1.00 each), another trip to the drugstore was needed for an additional 10 copies.
Containing the usual assortment of Color Computer articles, comments, tips, and program listings, the Rainbow became "legit" by the third issue with its first ads from The Micro Works and from Jarb Software.
Thanks Lonnie!

Jarb Software was a contributor of many software and hardware articles in early issues of The Rainbow. Starting with the first anniversary issue, the magazine was professionally typeset and had full color covers. The December 1982 issue was the first with a square binding.

The magazine featured articles, columns, reviews, tutorials, letters from readers, and advertisements. Many articles presented BASIC or assembly language program listings. Readers had to type these programs in by hand, unless they ordered a cassette or diskette containing these programs, through the Rainbow on Tape or Rainbow on Disk service. The BASIC programs were printed in a fixed font with 32 characters per line so that they would show up just as they did on the CoCo's standard 32×16 text screen.

The magazine provided a small program called Rainbow Check Plus which helped users type in the listings accurately. The program would count the number and values of characters which the user typed in. A small box accompanying a program listing would serve as a checksum system. It was a two-column table that specified what checksum value was expected for a few chosen lines in the program. For example, after line 140, the checksum was expected to be 149, then after line 290, it was expected to be 21, etc. This system required the user to type the listing exactly as it appeared, including all spaces and possible typographical errors. Some users preferred to edit and improve the program as they typed it, at the risk of making hard-to-find mistakes.

The publication's style was informal. It was mostly geared towards beginners and hobbyists. Articles were often accompanied by colorful illustrations, and so was each month's cover. There was also a comic strip whose main character was called the CoCo Cat.

Among the columnists were:

Lonnie Falk wrote a monthly editorial titled Print#-2, (with a comma at the end of the title, because it was part of the syntax of the CoCo BASIC's PRINT command when targeting the printer).

The advertisements came from some large companies like Tandy but mostly from small software and hardware vendors. While Tandy would have full-page color ads, the small vendors' ads would be smaller and much more modest in style. This reflected the fact that it was relatively easier at the time to start a business in the computer field. The barrier to entry in today's computer industry is arguably higher.

Software and hardware reviews would appear in each issue. The Rainbow Certification Seal was awarded to a product to certify that it had been seen by the Rainbow staff and that it did exist. It was not however a guarantee of satisfaction since it did not say anything about the quality of the product. The reviews were supposed to fill that role. The certification program started in The Rainbow's second year.

In 1983, The Rainbow started a series of CoCo conventions under the name Rainbowfest.

The magazine had a department called the Rainbow Scorecard which registered high scores achieved by readers playing CoCo video games.

Each issue of the magazine had a theme that was typically associated with the calendar month. The December issue was the Holiday issue, while the January issue was the Beginners issue and was meant as an introduction to the CoCo world for readers who had received a Color Computer for Christmas. August was the Games issue, September was Education, November was Telecommunications, and July was the Anniversary issue.

Lonnie Falk was elected mayor of Prospect in November 1993 and was still in office as of April 2005. Falk died in 2006.

Magazine Details

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Articles Details

Note: For now, 1981-July to 1984-July, This section is created automatically from a database and will make massive changes, according to the needs, if you want to make corrections or modifications, please comment on the discussion page (talk page), to add them to the database.

Title Author Descriptions Date Page Section
Music made easy 1981/07 2
CPU speedup 1981/07 3
M & N decoded. 1981/07 3
LP VII driver. 1981/07 3
Word processor. 1981/07 4
Line justifier. 1981/08 1
CBUG monitor. 1981/08 3
Printer status. 1981/08 4
Thanks for the memories. 1981/08 4
Tandy disc-o. 1981/08 5
JARBCODE. 1981/08 5
SIGMON. 1981/08 6
Driver backup. 1981/08 6
Using the editor. 1981/08 7
Screen printer. 1981/08 7
An educational program for everyone. 1981/08 8
Get ready to do battle near laser star. 1981/09 1
Software theft. 1981/09 2
Text editor - word processor. 1981/09 3
Teacher's helper, student's friend. 1981/09 4
SDS80C. 1981/09 7
Are you psychotic, psychic. 1981/09 9
Graphics printer. 1981/09 13
Make your kids like the quiz kids. 1981/09 14
S.E.C.S. 1981/09 16
All in one. 1981/09 17
Microworks RAM upgrade. 1981/09 19
Conflict. 1981/10 2
Videoprinter. Mir, Jorge. 1981/10 3
Videoprinter. Morgan, Alan J. 1981/10 3
80C disassembler. 1981/10 4
Really using print using. 1981/10 5
Screen monitor. 1981/10 7
Helicopter battleground for you. 1981/10 8
Color Space Invaders. 1981/10 9
For its - Gin, Gin, Gin. 1981/10 9
Tandy disc system is now available. 1981/11 1
Basketball statskeeper will have them bouncing along. 1981/11 3
Master Control. 1981/11 4
Times square header. 1981/11 5
Serial/parallel converter. 1981/11 5
How's your day? Need biorhythm help? 1981/11 6
Color Meteoroids. 1981/11 7
Downloading from Videotex. Mir, Jorge. 1981/11 9
Get and Put: High-res movement. Bennett, Joseph E. 1981/11 10
Disc savem. 1981/12 1
Zelda and her days. 1981/12 2
A tale of two discs. Falk, Lawrence C. 1981/12 3
Here come the vipers. Hooper, David. 1981/12 5
Random numbers make easy fun. Urban, John L. 1981/12 6
Random graphic fun. Foulke, Robert. 1981/12 8
A form of Csave? 1981/12 9
Chromasette Magazine. 1981/12 9
Kosmic Kamakaze. 1981/12 11
Cprint. 1981/12 11
Machine tape finder/saver. Mir, Jorge. 1981/12 12
Space War. 1981/12 14
Rompack backup. 1981/12 15
Animated Hangman. 1981/12 19
Word processing - A comparison of four different systems. Falk, Lawrence C. 1982/01 1
Shuffle off to cards - of course. 1982/01 2
Checkbook balance. 1982/01 3
Creating fantasy game characters with strength and wisdom. Urban, John L. 1982/01 6
Disk file conversions. 1982/01 8
Get that gobbler! 1982/01 10
Battlefleet. 1982/01 15
Compumind/Jackpot. 1982/01 16
Machine language and your disk drive. 1982/01 16
How much memory? Morgan, Alan J. 1982/01 19
Galloping gamblers. 1982/01 20
Rem-d-leet. 1982/01 21
Pilfering in low memory. Diercks, Wayne A. 1982/02 1
Videotex to disk. Dudgeon, Jim: and Dudgeon, Michael. 1982/02 1
Prepare for tax time - easily. Falk, Lawrence C. 1982/02 2
Gator Zone. 1982/02 8
Computer-ware's 32K upgrade. 1982/02 9
Biorhythm and Mine Field. 1982/02 10
Polygon again. 1982/02 11
Chart your flow - and watch 'em go. Bennett, Joseph E. 1982/02 14
Snail invaders. Scerbo, Fred B. 1982/02 17
Invaders. 1982/02 17
Generating a FRP character. Urban, John L. 1982/02 18
How pretty it is to print pretty. 1982/02 21
Silly Syntax. 1982/02 21
Make an index for your disc. Mir, Jorge. 1982/02 23
Give us more vipers! White, Richard A. 1982/02 26
Turn off that motor- fast. 1982/02 30
Brickaway. 1982/02 30
Colorcom/e. 1982/02 31
Aye, aye, aye - my sky eye. 1982/03 4
Do your taxes on your COCO. Falk, Lawrence C. 1982/03 8
Make your REMS stand out. Davis, Gary A. 1982/03 12
Build a desk for your CoCo. Bennett, Joseph E. 1982/03 16
Gauntlet. 1982/03 18
Talking Graphic Demo. 1982/03 18
Wherezitat??? 1982/03 19
Brickout/Word Guess. 1982/03 19
You and your two-timin' CPU. Diercks, Wayne A. 1982/03 20
Motion picture programming (MPP). 1982/03 24
Berserk. 1982/03 25
Moon Lander. 1982/03 27
Poking memory with a disc. Mir, Jorge. 1982/03 29
Colorterm. 1982/03 29
Disk directory printout. Roslund, Charles J. 1982/03 31
Making CoCo help as an FRP referee. Urban, John L. 1982/03 32
Circus Adventure. 1982/03 36
PAC Attack. 1982/03 37
ML Rabbit. 1982/03 37
An educational U.S. Hooper, David. 1982/03 39
Spectaculator. 1982/03 43
Assembly corner. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1982/04 4
An a-mazing game for your fun. Bain, Scott L. 1982/04 7
What - more polygon. 1982/04 10
Motion picture programming - the details. Pouch, Arnold. 1982/04 13
Color billbars help chart spending. Mosty, Mark S. 1982/04 19
El Casino. 1982/04 25
Quest. 1982/04 25
Cave Hunter. 1982/04 25
Color Invaders. 1982/04 28
Color Basic and Extended Basic System Reference Card. 1982/04 31
Light pen. 1982/04 31
Three new word processors offer a variety of features. Falk, Lawrence C. 1982/04 33
Dancing Devil. 1982/04 35
Money Minder II. 1982/04 35
Julie's song - 1982/04 36
Watch out for the wild, wild web. 1982/04 37
A self-mailer saves time and envelopes. 1982/04 38
An 8-bit driver for Basic use. Reeves, Mark. 1982/04 41
Save ML programs to your disk. Mir, Jorge. 1982/04 42
Make letterheads for correspondence. 1982/04 47
A simple word processor. Millican, Oscar. 1982/05 6
Printing characters on the graphic screen. Endres, M. H. 1982/05 8
The Great Word Game. 1982/05 13
GSPR. 1982/05 14
CCPilot. 1982/05 14
Creatavador. 1982/05 15
Scepter of Kzjrgla. 1982/05 15
TESTEM will help you prepare for final exams. Mir, Jorge. 1982/05 17
80C report from West Coast Computer Faire. James, Brian. 1982/05 20
Cmailist. 1982/05 21
Here some new FRP routines. Nolan, Bill. 1982/05 23
How to form 80C user's groups. White, Richard A. 1982/05 27
Humbug. 1982/05 28
Colorforth. 1982/05 29
Labyrinth. 1982/05 29
The famous speedup poke in fine detail. Morgan, Alan J. 1982/05 32
War Kings. 1982/05 33
Cer-Comp disk system. 1982/05 34
Calixto Island. 1982/05 35
Motion picture programming - a program to run. Pouch, Arnold. 1982/05 36
Name that song. 1982/05 42
Random dice methods compared and illustrated. Urban, John L. 1982/05 44
Assembly corner. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1982/05 47
For all your secrets - the full Jarbcode program. Bennett, Joseph E. 1982/05 50
Assembly corner. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1982/06 6
The Solution. 1982/06 8
Space Invaders. 1982/06 8
Date-o-base calendar. 1982/06 9
Compuvoice. 1982/06 11
New Talk. 1982/06 11
Soundsource. 1982/06 11
80C picks the National Football League. Waclo, John. 1982/06 12
Red Baron. 1982/06 17
Printers: Overview of some features. Falk, Lawrence C. 1982/06 21
SISI. 1982/06 23
Football! 1982/06 23
Ice lander can be a slick run. Shorter, Ted. 1982/06 25
Disk Doctor. 1982/06 27
Rainbow seal to help consumers. 1982/06 28
Making Spectaculator strut its stuff. White, Richard A. 1982/06 31
Now a whole bag of dice. Nolan, Bill. 1982/06 38
Venturer. 1982/06 40
Getting more from Pmode 4. Curtis, H. Allen. 1982/06 42
Swamp Wars can win your croix de lillypad. Scerbo, Fred ; Doppert, Robert; and Haggerty, Dale. 1982/06 49
Auto run. 1982/06 52
Biorhythm 1982/06 52
Paper Porter. 1982/06 54
Universal data file. Mir, Jorge. 1982/06 57
Lowerkit, LCA-47. 1982/06 62
Stars fall on 80C. Moses, Ray. 1982/06 64
Blackjack. 1982/06 66
Speed up your disk. 1982/06 66
LEM, Pirate Adventure, Darts. 1982/07 8
Let's go on a simple Rainbow adventure. Mir, Jorge. 1982/07 9
Design programs to help children learn. Blyn, Steve. 1982/07 18
Cer-Comp disk system 1982/07 20
PLAYing around with your 80C. Penrose, Paul. 1982/07 22
Synchronizing with your SAM chip. Morgan, Alan J. 1982/07 24
Spell 'n fix. 1982/07 26
Exercise Planner. 1982/07 26
Fantasy games. Nolan, Bill. 1982/07 27
Disk file helps you keep track of everything. Rutledge, E. P. 1982/07 30
Assembly corner: Let's soak up some assembly. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1982/07 38
Music. 1982/07 39
Starship Chameleon. 1982/07 41
Katerpillar. 1982/07 41
There is no escape from this space debris. 1982/07 42
The Basic Handbook. 1982/07 47
RS-232 expansion cable. 1982/07 47
Stock Market Analyzer. 1982/07 48
Mystery Maze. 1982/07 49
Pick the winners in the NFL. Waclo, John. 1982/07 50
Viking. 1982/07 64
MPP tutorial. 1982/07 64
Let'scall JOYIN to learn ROM call technique. Nolan, Bill. 1982/08 8
Sort numeric arrays fast with machine language. Lishnak, Pat. 1982/08 9
Here's an easy way to place orders by mail. Boston, William. 1982/08 19
Assembly corner. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1982/08 22
Jarb Joystick. 1982/08 25
Saspus. 1982/08 25
Basic Aid. 1982/08 27
Bwindo. 1982/08 27
Rockin' through ROM. Clements, William C, Jr. 1982/08 29
FLEX system is powerful addition to world of 80C. Preble, Lawrence D. 1982/08 32
About the Rainbow seal. 1982/08 33
64K upgrade takes a bit of know-how. 1982/08 33
Battle the alpine aliens. 1982/08 34
Lander. 1982/08 37
Mars Adventure. 1982/08 37
Color Computer Graphics. 1982/08 39
Your video display generator and the PMODE4 colors. 1982/08 39
Fantasy Gamer's Package. 1982/08 40
Good reinforcement means you can't frown at me. Blyn, Steve. 1982/08 41
Advmaker makes adventures. Mir, Jorge. 1982/08 47
School Maze. 1982/08 53
Here is how to pick NFL winners this season. Waclo, John. 1982/08 54
Colorhythm. 1982/08 61
Alpha-draw. 1982/08 61
Dragons are nice folks, too - almost all 1440 of them! Nolan, Bill. 1982/08 62
Make the Color Computer live up to its name. 1982/08 69
Astro Blast. 1982/08 74
Reference utilities. 1982/08 74
Adventure 3-pak. 1982/08 76
Sky-defense. 1982/08 76
Converting programs to 80C. Falk, Lawrence C. 1982/08 79
An electronic gradebook. Lester, Lane P. 1982/09 8
Let's learn how to do a number picking game. Walrath, Del. 1982/09 15
Reading Two-Pak. 1982/09 17
Disk Interface. 1982/09 20
World History. 1982/09 20
Math Drill. 1982/09 20
Demons in the dungeon? Let's see them bite. Nolan, Bill. 1982/09 22
PUT and GET and random forms make unusual graphics. 1982/09 32
Make the difficulty level variable. Blyn, Steve. 1982/09 35
Random Basic. 1982/09 36
Let's venture into the world of let's pretend. Albrecht, Bob ; and Firedrake, George. 1982/09 38
International ping-pong. Hryzak, Wolfgang. 1982/09 41
Jungle Trek. 1982/09 43
Ancient Wisdom. 1982/09 44
Color Zap. 1982/09 44
Auto key repeat. Roslund, Charles J. 1982/09 47
Geography Pack. 1982/09 49
Cassette Caddy. 1982/09 49
Three printer utilities. Schmidt, Jim. 1982/09 51
FLEX can be flexible. Odneal, Steve. 1982/09 58
Race the track. Hine, Al. 1982/09 60
Mathpac I. 1982/09 70
Preschool Pak. 1982/09 70
Inventory Control. 1982/09 71
Non-graphic printer graphics. Steyer, David. 1982/09 72
Assembly corner: Questions - Questions and some answers for everyone. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1982/09 73
Dog-gone program. Barringer, James. 1982/09 78
Handy math drill. Wells, Geoff. 1982/09 82
Mission: Empire. 1982/09 88
RAM Slam. 1982/09 88
Tiny Compiler. 1982/09 89
Galax Attax. 1982/09 90
TRS-80 Color Basic. 1982/09 90
Bug Chase. 1982/09 90
Math Tutor/Spelling Teacher. 1982/09 91
A new way to make words is here. Wells, Geoff. 1982/09 95
A calendar to keep track. Ridge, Herbert. 1982/10 8
Poker. 1982/10 12
Key your checks to accounts. Garrett, Ron. 1982/10 20
Proper grammar important in educational programs. Blyn, Steve. 1982/10 26
A Byte of Color Basic. 1982/10 27
Stars. 1982/10 27
Pumpkin Adventure. 1982/10 28
Color Enhancer. 1982/10 28
Macro Assembler. 1982/10 30
Macro 80C. 1982/10 30
Co-Res Editor/Assembler. 1982/10 30
A mini-monitor for machine language use. Roslund, Charles J. 1982/10 38
RND command is one secret to good games. Albrecht, Bob ; and Firedrake, George. 1982/10 46
Make a logo. Goebel, Kathy. 1982/10 50
A Mini-calc program. Ebbert, Jim. 1982/10 60
Keys to the Wizard. 1982/10 63
FH Flex. 1982/10 64
How much will it cost to buy on time? Sherwood, Francis. 1982/10 70
Beautiful Moire patterns. Reid, Chris. 1982/10 74
Let's go sailing. Fraysse, John W, Jr. 1982/10 76
Keep track with a mailing list. Bruck, Bill. 1982/10 86
Assembly corner: Assembly language makes good graphics easy. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1982/10 92
Trek 80C. 1982/10 96
Startrek. 1982/10 96
CoCo Cassette. 1982/10 96
Trek 16. 1982/10 96
Astrology. 1982/10 100
101 Hints and Tricks. 1982/10 100
Pigskin Predictions. 1982/10 102
A pumpkin for your window. Hooper, David. 1982/10 104
Make monstersfrom silicon - and use them here. Nolan, Bill. 1982/10 106
Disk Data Handler. 1982/10 110
Quad Data Base. 1982/10 110
Endicott Joysticks. 1982/10 112
Spectrum Stick. 1982/10 112
RunCalc. 1982/10 113
Clock. 1982/10 113
Colorkit. 1982/10 114
Set up for accounts receivable. Garrett, Ron. 1982/10 118
Title video tapes with CoCo. Rosen, Bob. 1982/10 128
A 3-D type game to try. Scerbo, Fred. 1982/11 8
The 'initial' experience can be child's play! Blyn, Steve. 1982/11 18
More moire - from downunder. Delbourgo, R. T.; and Delbourgo, D. 1982/11 23
Disk Scripsit. 1982/11 25
Disk Spectaculator. 1982/11 25
Really combine graphics and text. Hall, Chris. 1982/11 26
A cat's heartbeat. Speer, Mike. 1982/11 32
Once more we'll go rowing. Wells, Geoff. 1982/11 33
The mysterious and unpredictable RND. Albrecht, Bob ; and Firedrake, George. 1982/11 37
TIMS. 1982/11 41
Towers of Hanoi. Kelley, Robert. 1982/11 42
Protect your screen from the ravages of scrolling with this machine language scroll protection utility. Roslund, Charles J. 1982/11 46
Pac Droids. 1982/11 49
Planet Invasion. 1982/11 52
Offenders 1982/11 52
Starfire. 1982/11 52
Protectors. 1982/11 52
Avenger. 1982/11 52
Big Num. 1982/11 54
Songbook. 1982/11 54
Video Interface Kit. 1982/11 54
Roman Checkers. 1982/11 55
Dungeon Maze 1982/11 55
20000 Leagues. 1982/11 56
Disk ColorCom/E 1982/11 58
SAM Saver. 1982/11 58
Tecky yes. Searby, Sue. 1982/11 62
Madam Rosa's parlor. 1982/11 66
Escape. 1982/11 66
Slay your turkey with these 'duel' programs. Nolan, Bill. 1982/11 67
Recipe File. 1982/11 72
Shades of PMODEs 1 and 2 gives you even more colors. Curtis, H. Allen. 1982/11 78
Fonehome-E.T. could have used this one. Davis, Susan P. 1982/11 82
3-d Brickaway. 1982/11 84
Graphics? Here are two. ..by George! Ziniewicz, George. 1982/11 86
RS232 Switcher. 1982/11 89
Assembly corner: Down to business with this ML graphics game. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1982/11 90
Want some money? Send out a statement. Garrett, Ron. 1982/11 98
Can you protect Starbase Alpha? Ebbert, Jim. 1982/11 101
CoCo and the educational administrator. Kimmeiman, Paul. 1982/11 105
Talk Processor. 1982/11 106
A small business accounting system. Posner, Judd. 1982/11 108
Baseball. 1982/11 112
El Diabelero. 1982/11 112
Invader's Revenge. 1982/11 114
Golf (Aardvark). 1982/11 114
Golf (Mix) 1982/11 114
CCube. 1982/11 116
Smart Modem. 1982/11 118
Modem I. 1982/11 118
How healthy are you? Fernold, John. 1982/11 124
A simple word processor. Becker, Barry E.. 1982/11 138
The eyes have it. Dersheimer, Richard. 1982/11 142
Micro-maestro - using CoCo's PLAY statement. Nolan, Sara. 1982/12 10
Patching EDTASM to run on Disk. Schrag, Roger. 1982/12 29
A Christmas Eve fireplace. Stumpf, Peter. 1982/12 34
Household Expense Manager. 1982/12 36
Lets take 'Basic' training. Kolar, Joseph. 1982/12 37
CoCo Cooler. 1982/12 39
High resolution graphics techniques are explained. Inman, Don. 1982/12 41
Intergalactic Force. 1982/12 49
Pressed for time? Paint a dragon! Nolan, Bill. 1982/12 50
Graph Zapper. 1982/12 53
Let's look at memory. Hands, Lester. 1982/12 54
Sustain children's interest by expanding relevance. Blyn, Steve. 1982/12 56
Adventure report. 1982/12 61
On printing alphanumerics in eight directions. Kolar, Joseph. 1982/12 62
Let's write some music. Konecky, Larry. 1982/12 66
Enchanted Forest. 1982/12 74
Graph-16/32. 1982/12 75
Parachute or free fall? Bennett, Joseph E.; and Laidlaw, C. E. 1982/12 76
Worksaver. 1982/12 82
Game Writer. 1982/12 84
Moving graphics. Dana, John W 1982/12 85
Format your LLISTings with FLIST. Roslund, Charles J. 1982/12 86
LOGO. 1982/12 88
JARB Memory Kit. 1982/12 92
Go adventuring with GAPAD. Wells, Geoff. 1982/12 98
Assembly corner: Let's blast those 'vaders.' Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1982/12 106
Three disk utilities give you filing help. Selig, Paul. 1982/12 110
Craps. 1982/12 112
Unidatfl revisited? Weiss, Arnold. 1982/12 114
Keep a Ham radio log. Witham, Burton B., Jr. 1982/12 124
Search for words - any words. O'Donnell, Timothy. 1982/12 130
Graphics word processing. Chamberlain, Ross. 1982/12 136
Across the Rubicon. 1982/12 141
Bulletin Board Software. 1982/12 142
Semi-draw. 1982/12 144
Colorpede. 1982/12 144
Software in the classroom. Kimmelman, Paul; and Macali, David. 1982/12 146
CcForth. 1982/12 148
Color Forth. 1982/12 148
Tower Castle Adventure. 1982/12 154
Micro Script. 1982/12 156
Telewriter Disk. 1982/12 156
Wordclone. 1982/12 156
Gangbusters. 1982/12 161
Dragonquest. 1982/12 162
For these three friends the outcome's a bit dicey. Albrecht, Bob ; and Firedrake, George. 1982/12 168
CGP-115 Printer 1982/12 168
Colorshow. 1982/12 171
Reversi. 1982/12 173
Frog Man. 1982/12 173
Rail Runner. 1982/12 173
Laser Tank Duel. 1982/12 174
Taking Basic training. Kolar, Joseph. 1983/01 10
Bits and bytes of Basic. White, Richard A. 1983/01 12
Create a characterfile program. Nolan, Bill. 1983/01 15
Go adventuring with GAPAD. Wells, Geoff. 1983/01 18
Having an adventure with adventure. Reed, Jim. 1983/01 20
Sir Randolf of the Moors. Clark, Gregory. 1983/01 26
Dungeon adventure. Ricketts, Gregory. 1983/01 50
Disk Double Entry. 1983/01 70
Small business accounting package. 1983/01 70
Invitations made easy. Dooman, Bob. 1983/01 74
The serial/parallel syndrome: what's that? Searby, Sue. 1983/01 76
High speed POKE has effect on CoCo hardware. DiStefano, Tony. 1983/01 78
A super duper for Hams. Witham, Burton B., Jr. 1983/01 80
X-pad. 1983/01 84
'Userfriendly' requires friendly users. Blyn, Steve. 1983/01 92
Assembly corner: Let's end those typing errors once and for all. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1983/01 95
Achieving motion with GETand PUT. Inman, Don. 1983/01 106
Mathpal will teach youngsters. Hooper, David. 1983/01 111
Speed up Basic with ML injections. Roslund, Charles J. 1983/01 118
UP-1. 1983/01 121
Get into the Hobbit of playing. Sweat, David. 1983/01 122
An index to The Rainbow? Wilson, M. P. 1983/01 126
Who goes on Random Walks. Delbourgo, R. T. 1983/01 130
Spectrum Paddle. 1983/01 134
Illustrating lectures with graphics. Lester, Lane P. 1983/01 136
Make a hex pad loader. Hasenstaub, Theodore P. 1983/01 143
Cassette Holder. 1983/01 147
Printer Stand. 1983/01 147
Donkey King. 1983/01 152
Dunkey Munkey. 1983/01 152
Money. 1983/01 154
Establishing a CoCo educational network. Kimmelman, Paul; and Macali, David. 1983/01 154
Pinball. 1983/01 158
Megabug. 1983/01 158
Laser Tank. 1983/01 159
Spider Attack 1983/01 160
Spider. 1983/01 160
FLEX revisited. 1983/01 160
Doodlebug. 1983/01 162
Solo Pool. 1983/01 162
Game Pak 2. 1983/01 163
Now lookit that! Pollard, Ed. 1983/01 164
Jumps. 1983/01 164
Sub Mission. 1983/01 165
64K conversion? Now what? Mir, Jorge. 1983/01 166
Star Trench Warfare. 1983/01 168
Create three-dimensional graphics with SAR27. Krikorian, Edward. 1983/01 170
Game Show. 1983/01 174
A graphic look at basic trigonometry. Rumbant, C. A. 1983/01 175
Missile Barrage. 1983/01 183
Moptown. 1983/01 183
Fundgraf. 1983/01 187
Color Scarfman. 1983/01 189
Sign up and have a Banner day. Steyer, David. 1983/01 190
CoCo Slots. 1983/01 196
BT1000 Interface. 1983/01 198
Expansion Interface. 1983/01 198
Spectaculator statistics. Posner, Judd. 1983/02 10
Random often needs a helping hand. Blyn, Steve. 1983/02 14
Render unto IRS. Lester, Lane P. 1983/02 18
Creating characters for fun and adventure. Albrecht, Bob. 1983/02 26
Light pen fun-pak. 1983/02 32
Spectrum light pen. 1983/02 32
Stay alive at Outpost Five. Preble, Lawrence D. 1983/02 34
Joystick LED kit. 1983/02 36
Hang 'em up. L'Hommedieu, Douglas C. 1983/02 40
Work on your grammar. Betts, R. Bartley. 1983/02 48
Battle of Gettysburg. 1983/02 54
Let's organize that jumble of tapes. Kolar, Joseph. 1983/02 56
The latest program? Here's a dating system. Mir, Jorge. 1983/02 58
Star-DOS. 1983/02 60
CC calc. 1983/02 62
And now - haunted house adventure. Wells, Geoff. 1983/02 64
Flow gently, sweet listing. Deahl, Kenneth G. 1983/02 74
Addition concepts. 1983/02 77
Master disk system. 1983/02 77
Poltergeist. 1983/02 82
Foxygraf. 1983/02 84
Five exciting games. 1983/02 86
TP-1 printer. 1983/02 86
Well-defined variables produce clarity, conservation. White, Richard A. 1983/02 88
Wet T-shirt contest. 1983/02 92
Assembly language graphics (book). 1983/02 94
A catalog for your tape. Sullivan, Steve. 1983/02 96
Cheat at adventure. Keyes, Michael J. 1983/02 99
Las Vegas weekend. 1983/02 100
A common denominatorfor math study and ease. Crooks, Robert L. 1983/02 102
CoCo knows all the call- signs. Witham, Burton B., Jr. 1983/02 110
The rewards of non-standard interfacing. Downard, Dan. 1983/02 118
CoCo as an educational bargain. Kimmelman, Paul ; and Macali, David. 1983/02 124
Make authoritative decisions with this situational model. Peppenhorst, Stan. 1983/02 132
Five year's worth of income tax. Ray, R. D. 1983/02 148
Inside TDP. Rosen, Bob. 1983/02 154
Construct a finger-saving circuit for your joystick. DiStefano, Tony. 1983/02 156
CC mailer 1983/02 158
Millborn. 1983/02 159
Control your home. Trevor, Alexander B. 1983/02 160
Maze race. 1983/02 168
Checking account. 1983/02 169
CCEAD. 1983/02 170
Text pro II. 1983/02 176
Bird attack. 1983/02 178
Continuing your character record file. Nolan, Bill. 1983/02 179
Warrior and the Wizard. 1983/02 180
Qtax-82 1983/02 180
Stripper. 1983/02 182
Flight. 1983/02 182
Blackjack. 1983/02 184
Techniques for plotting screen graphs. Inman, Don. 1983/02 186
Alphabet soup. 1983/02 192
Assembly corner: A look at editor/assemblers. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1983/02 194
ROML. 1983/02 197
Dice. 1983/02 198
Virtual memory loader. 1983/02 198
Once again with adventure. Reed, Jim. 1983/02 200
Marquee de fin. Goldberg, Morton. 1983/02 204
Change those print's to print -2's. Blatt, Ted. 1983/02 207
Roll those bones (and other characteristics). Albrecht, Bob. 1983/03 12
Screen-to-printer color graphics. Lester, Lane P. 1983/03 18
Professional keyboard. 1983/03 20
Wall Street. 1983/03 20
Furniture for the classroom computer. Kimmelman, Paul. 1983/03 24
Two illusions. Delbourgo, D.; Delbourgo, R.; and Latner, Norman. 1983/03 28
Half life of nuclear decay. Lengyel, David. 1983/03 34
Homebase. 1983/03 36
Predicting fallout. Mickle, Dan. 1983/03 40
Home buyer's analyser. 1983/03 52
DOS 'detach' saves wear and tear. Schroeder, Herbert. 1983/03 54
Power of attorney. Knight, Glenn B. 1983/03 56
Let CoCo keep track of your utility bills. Weide, Dennis H. 1983/03 64
Starship Hercules. 1983/03 81
Match-it. 1983/03 82
Control your screen. Roberts, R. N. 1983/03 84
Final countdown. 1983/03 90
Analysis of variance: A 'nova' for CoCo. Sherrill, Sam. 1983/03 94
D-board 64K upgrade. Alsop, B. H. 1983/03 100
Using graphics. Inman, Don. 1983/03 102
Consequences from downunder. Delbourgo, T. ; and Delbourgo, R. 1983/03 110
CoCo-jot. 1983/03 114
Ghostmania. 1983/03 116
CCthello. 1983/03 120
Minefield. 1983/03 124
Tower of fear. 1983/03 124
Hard copy your diskette listings with style. Plog, Michael. 1983/03 126
More organization: create a tape register. Kolar, Joseph. 1983/03 132
Stinger. 1983/03 134
Can you deactivate the bomb? Stewart, David A. 1983/03 136
Revolution. 1983/03 138
Defense. 1983/03 142
Sub at 30 fathoms. Shelf, Carl. 1983/03 144
Clock. 1983/03 150
Micro-doc. 1983/03 150
But, what did I get wrong? Blyn, Steve. 1983/03 152
Homing in on a guided missile system. Fraysse, John W, Jr. 1983/03 154
Smartsforadumbterminal. Downard, Dan. 1983/03 160
Son of graphic traffic. Dana, John W 1983/03 164
Low resolution drawing. Franksen, Aaron. 1983/03 166
Remoterm. 1983/03 170
Preread package. 1983/03 172
Inspector Clueseau. 1983/03 173
What's a monitor? Searby, Sue. 1983/03 174
Green on black video: 'eye friendly' conversion. DiStefano, Tony. 1983/03 176
A rapid logger for HAMs. Witham, Burton B., Jr 1983/03 180
Stress evaluator. 1983/03 190
This routine draws circles around the rest, randomly. Germann, Karl. 1983/03 191
Let's look at keyboard input. White, Richard A. 1983/03 192
Frog Trek. 1983/03 197
Spelling practice. Pesha, Ronald. 1983/03 198
Top Stix. 1983/03 199
Double Stick interface. 1983/03 199
Bigfoot. 1983/03 200
Check your TV alignment. Cromley, David A. 1983/03 201
Create character files with this 'finished' program. Nolan, Bill. 1983/03 202
Wormhole. 1983/03 216
Assembly corner: Beyond the 'Vaders.' Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1983/03 218
Nibbler. 1983/03 223
Ms. Nibbler. 1983/03 223
Flashy program, by thunder. Plaxton, John. 1983/04 16
Install a chip-saving 'power-on' light. Clements, William C, Jr. 1983/04 18
Tick tock, CoCo clock. Trevor, Alexander B. 1983/04 20
Space race. 1983/04 24
Electricity consumption monitor. 1983/04 26
First Saturday in May. Becker, Rob. 1983/04 28
Pop quiz: Name the 50 capitals. Faessler, Chuck. 1983/04 34
CoCo cabinet. Bauter, Curtis J. 1983/04 36
Spanish one. 1983/04 40
Kamikaze. 1983/04 42
The Rainbug monitor. Downard, Dan. 1983/04 44
3D tic tac toe. 1983/04 52
Legal discussion on the Color Computer. Nelson, Tom. 1983/04 56
Iowa lemonade. French, Paul. 1983/04 60
Catch 'em. 1983/04 72
Doubleback. 1983/04 72
Make this handy reusable graphics grid. Gray, Thomas. 1983/04 73
Building Spectaculator shells. Ericson, Robert W 1983/04 74
Right justify numbers. Hall, Mike. 1983/04 77
Keytones help input. Provost, James. 1983/04 77
Data communications and your Color Computer. Hardy, Harry. 1983/04 78
Super pro keyboard. 1983/04 81
Paging down memory land: It may look like garbage, but it's good. Krankoski, Richard. 1983/04 82
Dump to camera: Photographing your monitor. Rothermal, Bruce. 1983/04 88
Build a light pen. Hasenstaub, Theodore P. 1983/04 90
Exercise your strings with this vowel checker. Blyn, Steve. 1983/04 96
Assembly corner: Write an ML program to handle BASIC chores. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1983/04 98
64K screen expander. 1983/04 100
Protectors. 1983/04 102
Tie an ASCI I border 'round CoCo. Gauvreau, Ray. 1983/04 104
Conquest of Kzirgla. 1983/04 105
Now, let's make some regular polygons. inman, Don. 1983/04 106
Micro-meltdown: A nuclear reactor simulation. Latham, Chris ; and Erickson, John. 1983/04 112
Speak up! 1983/04 132
File cabinet. 1983/04 134
Bar zapper. 1983/04 136
Super 'Color' disk zap. 1983/04 138
Robot battle. 1983/04 140
Shark treasure. 1983/04 144
How to reduce that RFI on your monitor. DiStefano, Tony. 1983/04 146
Bridge tutor I. 1983/04 148
Death star. 1983/04 150
Beyond the Cimeeon Moon. 1983/04 152
Synther-7. 1983/04 156
Crystal revenge. 1983/04 160
A colorful game of draw: That's color poker. Kohn, Joseph. 1983/04 162
Keeping the loathsome in line (better monster management). Nolan, Bill. 1983/04 170
Offset easy. Poulin, Edgar. 1983/04 172
Living with one disk. Hefter, Martin. 1983/04 174
Everything you wanted to know about hex. Schmidt, Jim. 1983/04 178
Three easy pieces: one animator's art. Lai, Stephen. 1983/04 188
Preschool packs 1, 2, 3. 1983/04 192
Patching the patch: EDTASM to disk revealed. Schrag, Roger. 1983/04 194
Let's share some of your useful hints. Kolar, Joseph. 1983/04 200
LLIST-rite. 1983/04 204
Spectrum switcher. 1983/04 207
Eight-bit bartender. 1983/04 208
Panostyk. 1983/04 214
CoCo says repeat this tune. Konecky, Larry. 1983/04 218
Education and the Color Computer. Kimmelman, Paul. 1983/04 224
Let's try fantasy role playing games. Firedrake, George ; and Albrecht, Bob. 1983/04 226
Android attack. 1983/04 232
Curvfitz is number cruncher of the first order. Laessig, Mark. 1983/04 234
Gazon. 1983/04 240
Who wrote the Rainbow's first trivia game? Wick, Gary. 1983/06 16
Building a Color Computer to EPSOM MX printer interface. Snyder, Dennis. 1983/06 20
Making a bar graph of your child's test scores. Blyn, Steve. 1983/06 28
Spruce up your tapes with this cassette label print program. Ray, J. D. 1983/06 30
Rainbow roach. Fraysse, John W, Jr. 1983/06 38
Flying the 'Sopwith with CoCo - an instrument flight simulation in real time. Franklin, William G. 1983/06 54
Got a program? Get a market! Nelson, Tom. 1983/06 64
Stagecoach. 1983/06 68
Memories of the PROM. DiStefano, Tony. 1983/06 72
Assembly corner: Be nice to your printer - give it this AL word processor. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1983/06 76
This will program your keys on Professional Keyboard. Rosen, Bob. 1983/06 80
A FORMATR for the Gemini. Bonne, Bill. 1983/06 82
How to 'zonk proof your disk directories. Szlucha, Thomas F. 1983/06 84
Zarconian marble. 1983/06 88
Epson interface. 1983/06 88
Let's get serious shifting axes in quads I and IV. Inman, Don. 1983/06 90
X10 protocol theory: Home power control part 3. Trevor, Alexander B. ; and Yahn, Charles. 1983/06 98
Gemini 10/15. 1983/06 109
Using VARPTR, Basic's hidden command. Mummaw, Ron. 1983/06 110
3-D graph plotting of multiple variables. Delbourgo, Robert. 1983/06 116
Autoterm. 1983/06 118
Using DATA lines to cache your creatures. Nolan, Bill. 1983/06 124
CoCo Crypto - a three-star puzzler. Reid, Chris. 1983/06 132
Want a workhorse editor? Here's Mr. Ed. Samm, Hubert E., Jr. 1983/06 140
Estimating reading difficulty sentence-by-sentence. Kretschmer, J. C. 1983/06 148
Card game. 1983/06 152
Zaksund. 1983/06 154
Zaxxon. 1983/06 154
Line printer conversion chart. 1983/06 156
If it's not the 'F board, how about the '285?' Reilly, Mike. 1983/06 160
Words that act. 1983/06 162
Words about things. 1983/06 162
INSIMB. 1983/06 170
CPP. 1983/06 172
Developing a program. White, Richard A. 1983/06 174
Hebrew bulletin board. 1983/06 180
The Composer. 1983/06 192
Carry. 1983/06 195
Soooper pac. 1983/06 195
Peripherals for the Color Computer 'joystick dilemma.' Macali, David. 1983/06 196
Print it bigger than you can. White, Richard A. 1983/06 198
Pro-color file. 1983/06 208
DMP 200. 1983/06 210
Telewriter-64. 1983/06 216
Co-existence. 1983/06 219
BASIC programming primer. 1983/06 220
Monsters & Magic. 1983/06 222
Banner. 1983/06 223
Crosswords. 1983/06 224
Color Text. 1983/06 226
CGP II. 1983/06 230
Education and the Color Computer. Kimmelman, Paul. 1983/06 232
Who is this one called CVCVC? Albrecht, Bob ; and Firedrake, George. 1983/06 234
Data communications and your Color Computer. Hardy, Harry. 1983/06 240
Database Manager II. 1983/06 242
Printer spooling will increase your throughput. Good, Steve. 1983/06 246
Using the block graphics of the Okidata 82A. Szlucha, Thomas F. 1983/06 250
Answer the Question 'what happens if...' Kolar, Joseph. 1983/06 255
Supply water to thirsty urbanites with PIPELINE. Montes, Martin S. 1983/06 258
A musical scale generator. Delbourgo, Robert. 1983/06 262
Rainbug redux. Downard, Dan. 1983/06 264
Function graphing module. 1983/07 16
ROM calls the easy way. Roslund, Charles J. 1983/07 18
Introduction to data communications. 1983/07 24
Fascinating fractals: Geometry of nature. Delbourgo, Robert. 1983/07 28
The secrets of successful software submissions. Nelson, Tom. 1983/07 36
Home money manager. 1983/07 42
Scramble. 1983/07 43
Minidos: Two ring circus for CoCo. Preble, Laurence D. 1983/07 44
Home interest calculator. 1983/07 50
Here's a 120 frame 'graphics pad' for easy animation. Bain, Scott L. 1983/07 53
Summarize income and expenses with home budget analysis. Ray, J. D. 1983/07 60
EPROM programmer. 1983/07 70
Disk operator reveals powerful new routines. Schrag, Roger. 1983/07 71
CoCo accountant. 1983/07 82
Dots: A change of pace from outer space. Phillips, Daniel W. 1983/07 83
Baseball statistics made easy. Carson, Edward R. 1983/07 92
Build this board foreasy interfacing. Meixsell, Dennis. 1983/07 106
Qsort for the TRS-80 Color Computer. Stearman, Colin J. 1983/07 112
RAINBOWfest report. Reed, Jim. 1983/07 122
Whatzit? Its a scrambled word game. Smith, Randall. 1983/07 124
Learning to create forms of substance. Blyn, Steve. 1983/07 130
Snail's revenge. Scerbo, Fred B. 1983/07 138
Celebrating our 2nd 'record' year. 1983/07 146
Learning through program dissection. Kolar, Joseph. 1983/07 148
Getting more from the disk directory. Hefter, Melvin. 1983/07 152
Grafplot. 1983/07 158
A special look at a new PoCo CoCo. 1983/07 164
Datamail. 1983/07 166
Fraction math quiz. 1983/07 167
Using graphics: Circles and arcs. Inman, Don. 1983/07 168
Build a T adapter for your disk controller. DiStefano, Tony. 1983/07 176
Ready for combat? Draw your crossbow. Nolan, Bill. 1983/07 178
Wrapping up our communications word processor. White, Richard A. 1983/07 183
Doin' the hi-res shuffle. Beistel, Phillip. 1983/07 196
Stock option strategies. 1983/07 201
Memory: Brain strain with schmaltz. Schimdt, Jim. 1983/07 202
Work station on wheels. Giovanoni, Richard. 1983/07 218
Dungeons of Daggorath. 1983/07 220
Fastape. 1983/07 221
Morocco Gran Prix. 1983/07 222
Planet invasion. 1983/07 223
Understanding probability will improve your odds. Nielsen, Linda. 1983/07 226
Filmastr. 1983/07 231
Alcatraz II. 1983/07 232
The Frog. 1983/07 233
Robottack. 1983/07 233
Rainbug III. Downard, Dan. 1983/07 234
Spectral Flexplus. 1983/07 240
FHL Flex. 1983/07 240
Data-comp Flex. 1983/07 240
Expanding your character file programs. Albrecht, Bob ; and Firedrake, George. 1983/07 248
Color Computer memory map. Russell, Bob. 1983/07 254
Printout at PMODE4. Kohn, Joseph. 1983/07 262
A cheap talker for out CoCo. Kelty, John R. 1983/07 275
64K disk utilities. 1983/07 284
Greetings from Uncle Bert. Peterson, Dale. 1983/07 285
Two years of Rainbow. Foster, Leslie A. 1983/07 290
TRS-80 Programmer's Sourcebook. 1983/07 297
McCoCo's menu. 1983/07 300
Dollars and sense. 1983/07 300
Moneypak. 1983/07 300
A challenge for psychics and sleuths. Delbourgo, Robert. 1983/08 20
Mathwar. 1983/08 24
A moveable feast for the CoCo. Fauske, Wes. 1983/08 28
A mixed bag of Basic. White, Richard A. 1983/08 30
Racing the clock with trailin' trail. Hall, Mike. 1983/08 35
Talk about your chopped down Ford. Robbins, Joel. 1983/08 50
Rainbug IV. Downard, Dan. 1983/08 58
Two for the 10. Szlucha, Thomas. 1983/08 67
Fromtetrato icosahedron, let the good times roll. Albrecht, Bob; and Firedrake, George. 1983/08 74
Lines. Seay, Walter. 1983/08 80
End those sticky relay blues. Becker, Barry E. 1983/08 81
Home power control part 4: keep your home on schedule. Trevor, Alexander B. 1983/08 83
Tic-tac-toe. 1983/08 94
Kodomo-no-go. 1983/08 94
El cheapo A/D converter. 1983/08 96
Try these test patterns on your color monitor. Dubuc, Mike. 1983/08 100
What you Get is what you Put. Inman, Don. 1983/08 106
Tidying up your text. Kolar, Joseph. 1983/08 116
Bloc head. 1983/08 120
Treasures of the Enrakian Empire. Ostrer, Ken. 1983/08 122
Strummin' on the or CoCo. Santee, Charles H. 1983/08 130
Time and money. 1983/08 136
Turn your computer into a cash register. Weide, Dennis H. 1983/08 138
Let your computer assist in concept development. Blyn, Steve. 1983/08 152
Dynacalc. 1983/08 158
Color-80. 1983/08 166
CoCo board II. 1983/08 169
Programming the combat system. Nolan, Bill. 1983/08 170
Kid CoCo is no lightweight. Downard, Dan. 1983/08 174
MC-10 microcomputer. 1983/08 174
Madness and the minotaur. 1983/08 184
Desert golf. 1983/08 186
Trapfall. 1983/08 188
Greetings from Uncle Bert. Peterson, Dale. 1983/08 189
Build this parallel printer interface. DiStefano, Tony. 1983/08 192
Examining some educational uses of the Color Computer. Plog, Michael. 1983/08 194
The powerful Qsort routine comes to the Color Computer. Stearman, Colin J. 1983/08 196
Missile barrage. Remini, Susan. 1983/08 218
Contract basics for the computer user. Nelson, Tom. 1983/08 226
Bumble games. 1983/08 232
Bumble plot. 1983/08 232
Strategy football. Tyson, Robert K. 1983/08 234
Color Computer memory map. Russell, Bob. 1983/08 254
Elite calc. 1983/08 262
Nerble force. 1983/08 265
Upload. 1983/08 266
Blackjack royale. 1983/08 268
Electronic calligrapher. 1983/08 270
Firecopter. 1983/08 272
Disk money minder. 1983/08 274
Direct file transfer. 1983/08 276
Space shuttle. 1983/08 278
Alter your programs with Revfield. Gauvreau, Ray. 1983/08 282
Get cracking. Hasenstaub, Theodore P. 1983/08 290
8-ball. 1983/08 294
Klendathu. 1983/08 295
TNT-ALYZ. 1983/08 296
CoCo clubs. Kurowsky, Suzanne. 1983/08 302
Random lab scheduler: utility for frustrated teachers. Garrett, Norman. 1983/09 18
Copyrighting your software part 1. Nelson, Tom. 1983/09 28
Spectran. 1983/09 32
Elements. Benoit, Gary. 1983/09 34
Programming a computer illiterate school. Blyn, Steve. 1983/09 50
Boggle clone demands concentration. Lai, Stephen. 1983/09 60
Superpatch for EDTASM. Schrag, Roger. 1983/09 66
Multi-pak interface 1983/09 80
Networking for better software evaluation. Plog, Michael. 1983/09 84
Drawing on this blackboard chalks up programming ease. Kolar, Joseph. 1983/09 88
MC-10 vs. CoCo: a command summary. Smith, Frank. 1983/09 101
LCINT. 1983/09 104
Tape utility. 1983/09 108
Humbug. 1983/09 110
De-mystifying the PclearO. Krebs, Ron. 1983/09 112
The Dragon is coming! Rosen, Bob. 1983/09 113
Music drill. 1983/09 120
Measuring your inches: not just a fraction of knowledge. Gray, Thomas. 1983/09 122
Time teacher. 1983/09 128
If 'program control' then fine else gosub confusion. White, Richard A. 1983/09 130
Vocabulary builder. 1983/09 136
Match and spell. 1983/09 138
Using the Color Computer to develop composition topics. Tchudi, Stephen C. 1983/09 139
This quiz could be solution to early math problems. Bell, Bruce K. 1983/09 152
Ninja warrior. 1983/09 156
Logo, Pilot and computer literacy. Kheriaty, Larry. 1983/09 160
Catacomb. 1983/09 163
Pick which. 1983/09 164
Bugger. 1983/09 164
El Bandito. 1983/09 168
Old McDonalds farm vowels. 1983/09 170
Pipeline (tw6 new Color Computers). 1983/09 174
Fast lane. 1983/09 177
Co-Co cooler. 1983/09 178
Mathmenu. 1983/09 179
Gl sound generator: software control for complex sounds. DiStefano, Tony. 1983/09 182
Blow by blow account of an emerging combat system. Nolan, Bill. 1983/09 192
Talking speller. 1983/09 199
Mathfact. 1983/09 200
Family. 1983/09 204
Draw something exotic with Vitex93. Krikorian, Edward. 1983/09 206
Hidden Basic 1.0. 1983/09 214
Original Rags for the CoCo key board. Urbas, Joseph M. 1983/09 218
Spell-rite. 1983/09 218
Measure for measure. Pyne, Jeff. 1983/09 226
Grade averaging could be handy teacher's aid. Luetke, Paul N. 1983/09 228
The new 64K CoCo. Downard, Dan. 1983/09 236
Moptown hotel. 1983/09 242
Beyond words. 1983/09 245
Phonics I. 1983/09 246
VDOS. 1983/09 248
Let Bibliography file help with that term paper! Konecky, Larry. 1983/09 252
Greetings from Uncle Bert. Peterson, Dale. 1983/09 268
Color Computer memory map. Russell, Bob. 1983/09 273
Let's clean up that text screen. Kolar, Joseph. 1983/09 278
Sea dragon. 1983/09 282
Illustrated computer dictionary. 1983/09 284
Indexer. 1983/09 285
Household budget worksheet. 1983/09 287
Number match. 1983/09 288
Assembly corner: tidying up your word processor program. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1983/09 291
Math games that teach. 1983/09 294
Spelling in context. 1983/09 296
Paint shop. Inman, Don. 1983/09 298
Rainbug V. Downard, Dan. 1983/09 306
Save storage by packing your data. Alsop, B. H. 1983/09 314
Marathon madness. Fraysse, John W., Jr. 1983/10 18
Hide that disk directory. Hardy, Harry. 1983/10 46
Repainting a Pmode4 rainbow. King, David. 1983/10 60
What is computer literacy? Plog, Michael. 1983/10 66
Space shutter. Griffin, Jim. 1983/10 68
Four for the show. Hall, Mike. 1983/10 77
The simplicity of sinelines. Cutter, Norm. 1983/10 80
Machine language cassette I/O. Schrag, Roger. 1983/10 84
Flags. Paravati, Joseph S. 1983/10 92
Graphics special: the '178' poke. Hall, Jim. 1983/10 102
A personalized certificate can reward young computerists. Blyn, Steve. 1983/10 106
Direct graphic design. Inman, Don. 1983/10 108
Glommer: true graphics for 4K. Dawson, David. 1983/10 122
A hardware hacker cleans house. DiStef ano, Tony. 1983/10 130
Try your hand at color blackjack. Kohn, Joseph. 1983/10 134
Statistics in the classroom: mean and standard deviation. Peppenhorst, Stan. 1983/10 144
Format your video with this worksheet. Klement, George E. 1983/10 148
Development of a new fantasy game. Nolan, Bill. 1983/10 152
Color sketch: a keyboard graphics utility. Kotcher, Darryl. 1983/10 161
The carefully contrived superhero. Albrecht, Bob. 1983/10 170
The power of OS-9. Puckett, Dale L. 1983/10 178
Create your own tutorial. Kolar, Joseph. 1983/10 182
Assembly corner: dabbling with disk. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1983/10 190
Opening CoCo's library to the MC-10. Downard, Dan. 1983/10 196
Tumble 'brella. Delbourgo, Robert ; and Ferguson, Brian. 1983/10 204
CMERGEing the easy way. Mir, Jorge. 1983/10 206
The young, the old and Color Logo. Bardus, Sharon. 1983/10 210
Greetings from Uncle Bert. Peterson, Dale. 1983/10 215
On using Print Using. White, Richard A. 1983/10 220
Okidata's ML-92. 1983/10 227
Color graphics editor. 1983/10 228
Rainbow writer. 1983/10 230
HJL-57 keyboard. 1983/10 234
Chroma keys. 1983/10 236
VDUMP. 1983/10 238
Statgraf. 1983/10 240
Adventure in wonderland. 1983/10 241
Beyond words. 1983/10 242
Payup and payout. 1983/10 244
Score-EZ. 1983/10 245
Amdisk III. 1983/10 246
Master control II. 1983/10 248
Motorbike challenge. 1983/10 250
Mouse. 1983/10 250
Math adventure. 1983/10 252
Super screen. 1983/10 254
Fury. 1983/10 256
Color monitor. 1983/10 258
Kaleidophone. 1983/10 260
First sampler. 1983/10 262
CoCo mail. 1983/10 267
Wild party. 1983/10 270
Colorout. 1983/10 271
Pie zapper. 1983/10 272
Stereo composer. 1983/10 274
Program file. 1983/10 276
Color scribe. 1983/10 278
Super Color Writer II. 1983/10 280
Upgrading the Shacks screen print program to 32K. Dayton, John K. 1983/10 290
Copyrighting your software part 2. Nelson, Tom. 1983/10 292
Printing graphic characters on the Microline 82A. Ericson, Robert W. 1983/10 296
Pmode4 graphics dump. Fountain, J. Paul. 1983/10 298
Picture your face. Delbourgo, Dan ; and Delbourgo, Robert. 1983/10 306
Using the upper RAM of your 64K. Mir, Jorge. 1983/10 317
Supreme Sysop and magnificent modem monster. Lester, Lane P. 1983/11 20
Make an appointment for better organization! Remini, Susan. 1983/11 33
Master messenger. Davenport, Alan. 1983/11 42
An automatic phone dialer for Radio Shack's Modem II. Mir, Jorge. 1983/11 53
The shell game. Puckett, Dale L. 1983/11 58
The results are in., (contest). Springer, Charles. 1983/11 68
And the winner is... Election '84. Tyson, Robert K. 1983/11 74
WarGame. Weber, Thomas G. 1983/11 90
Changes in the micro revolution. Plog, Michael. 1983/11 115
Remote operation of the Color Computer. Downard, Dan. 1983/11 118
Teach CoCo to dial up some fun. Manning, Ric. 1983/11 122
How to be a printer artist in one easy lesson. Himowitz, Michael J. 1983/11 126
Design your own champion. Albrecht, Bob. 1983/11 140
Bach to basic. Pollock, Tommy; and Pollock, Gail. 1983/11 152
Redchase. Dersheimer, Richard. 1983/11 158
Now you can easily generate graphic data statements. Scerbo, Fred B. 1983/11 160
Computer supported combat is no fantasy. Nolan, Bill. 1983/11 168
An introduction to synchronous data transmission. Hardy, Harry. 1983/11 173
C- language of the 80's. White, Richard A. 1983/11 186
Communicating with your Color Computer. Rosen, Bob. 1983/11 192
Stringing along with string variables and functions. White, Richard A. 1983/11 198
Custom interface for the Gemini-10. Hall, William R. 1983/11 202
How is how. Portela, Henry. 1983/11 204
Copyrighting your software part 3. Nelson, Tom. 1983/11 212
The laserworm and the firefly. Laake, Josef A. 1983/11 220
Build a speaker/amplifier for your computer. DiStefano, Tony. 1983/11 230
Color finance. 1983/11 238
Color ink jet printer. 1983/11 242
Arex. 1983/11 244
Color term plus. 1983/11 246
Disasm. 1983/11 248
Blackjaq. 1983/11 250
CC dialer. 1983/11 254
Label III. 1983/11 255
Line cross reference. 1983/11 256
Pigskin predictions. 1983/11 258
Grand slam 1983/11 260
Fundfile. 1983/11 262
That's Interesting. 1983/11 264
Super Color speller. 1983/11 266
Remote reset. 1983/11 268
Atari joysticks. 1983/11 270
Deprec. 1983/11 272
3D tic-tac-toe. 1983/11 272
The companion. 1983/11 273
Amortization. 1983/11 274
Disk manager. 1983/11 275
Guardian. 1983/11 277
Voicepak. 1983/11 278
Elcircan. 1983/11 280
Sonar search. 1983/11 281
Reactoid. 1983/11 282
Flexi filer. 1983/11 282
Quicksort. 1983/11 283
Gorilla monitor. 1983/11 284
Video plus. 1983/11 284
Derby. 1983/11 285
Cosmic clones. 1983/11 286
Color zap. 1983/11 286
The other end of the phone. Trevor, Alexander B. 1983/11 288
Launch your next trip from X-pad. Hoffman, Paul S. 1983/11 292
Install you own disk drive 'on/off indicator. Ellis, Richard S. 1983/11 296
Assembly corner: All's not lost- we've still got fun. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1983/11 298
Greetings from Uncle Bert. Peterson, Dale. 1983/11 300
Home grown hints and evil eye. Kolar, Joseph. 1983/11 306
A better method for washing your disks. Szlucha, David ; and Szlucha, Thomas. 1983/11 308
Can it recite the 'pledge of allegiance?' Blyn, Steve. 1983/11 314
The bulletin boards. 1983/11 325
Thoughts of a computer widow. Bish, Charlotte. 1983/11 328
CoCo clubs. 1983/11 330
Turn your printer into a typesetter with Big Print. Himowitz, Michael J. 1983/12 18
A more powerful disk backup utility. Schrag, Roger. 1983/12 28
A little tree-trimming music. Bananszak, David. 1983/12 35
Are you authorized to use this frequency. Witham, Burton B. 1983/12 40
Christmas printer mysteries. Himowitz, Michael J. ; and Nelson, Julius. 1983/12 54
Unlock your joyports and open CoCo to the world. Weston, Dane. 1983/12 56
Disksort. Stephens, Matt. 1983/12 64
Use CoCo to help communicate those Christmas Greetings. Hady, Tom. 1983/12 68
Animation using the X-pad for graphics production. Ford, James H., Jr. 1983/12 74
Let's get trivial. Tapanila, Glen R. 1983/12 89
Flaunt your CoCo with season's greetings cards. Kolar, Joseph. 1983/12 98
Understanding cassette and disk file operations. White, Richard A. 1983/12 112
Install your own ROM switcher. DiStefano, Tony. 1983/12 122
Fast, fun and educational - that's speedmath. Gray, Thomas. 1983/12 124
The CoCo composer. Konecky, Larry. 1983/12 131
Debugging can be fun. Kolar, Joseph. 1983/12 138
Greetings from Uncle Bert. Peterson, Dale. 1983/12 143
Enter the Dragon. Scerbo, Fred B. 1983/12 153
A face saving addressor for Fred. Hughes, Don ; and James, Jessie. 1983/12 160
Keeping track with quick find. Selig, Paul. 1983/12 162
Putting a little history in yourfuture. Plog, Michael. 1983/12 166
A super organizer for your tape files. Meuse, Richard T. 1983/12 169
The high adventure of para-jumper. Pollock, Ward. 1983/12 176
The demystification of ML on disk. Davidson, Kevin. 1983/12 180
How fast is your CoCo? Downard, Dan. 1983/12 182
Happy graphic holidays. Inman, Don. 1983/12 188
Script provides remedial help in reading and spelling. Plaxton, John. 1983/12 194
Menu maker. Mir, Jorge. 1983/12 200
Build an RS232 device select switch for under $20. Owen, David. 1983/12 202
Merry Christmas to all and to all a good-bye. Mauro, Robert. 1983/12 205
Interface a calculator keyboard to the PIA. Meixsell, Dennis. 1983/12 207
A Hanukkah gift for you. Snyder, Stephanie ; and Snyder, Bill. 1983/12 212
Lazy man's disk directory. Delperdang, Ralph. 1983/12 216
Copyrighting your software part 4. Nelson, Tom. 1983/12 220
Details of a magic system (and a monster contest). Nolan, Bill. 1983/12 228
Draw-it. 1983/12 239
Gomoku/renju. 1983/12 240
Transtar-315 color printer. 1983/12 242
Sav-a-byte. 1983/12 243
Adventures. 1983/12 244
Dskldr. 1983/12 246
Bio-detector. 1983/12 248
Bumpers. 1983/12 249
C-trek. 1983/12 250
Pritty printer. 1983/12 252
Data 500. 1983/12 254
Flash cards. 1983/12 255
Mailing list. 1983/12 256
Federation boot camp. 1983/12 258
Alphabet. 1983/12 259
2fer. 1983/12 260
Lowrcase. 1983/12 262
Ccads. 1983/12 264
Statement writer. 1983/12 266
CC-dbm/lw. 1983/12 268
C compiler. 1983/12 270
Disk graphics. 1983/12 272
Colorspeak. 1983/12 280
Articulator. 1983/12 282
Wizard 64. 1983/12 284
Jude. 1983/12 286
Video clear interface. 1983/12 288
Intbasic. 1983/12 290
Avoiding the avalanche with teacher's aid. Blyn, Steve. 1983/12 294
From hi-resto high style... coming to life with OS-9. Puckett, Dale L. 1983/12 298
Joe journalist interviews a Dragon. Liddil, Bob. 1983/12 312
Polygons? Gollygons! Odlin, R. W 1983/12 318
Color Computer memory map. Russell, Bob. 1983/12 322
RAINBOWfest report. Reed, Jim. 1984/01 18
The Tandy home computers tour. Reed, Jim. 1984/01 22
Genius at work. Wilson, David C. 1984/01 24
Hi, there! I'm your friendly acey deucey dealer. Furman, Barry R. 1984/01 26
The benefits of role playing are no fantasy. Nolan, Bill. 1984/01 34
The limousine utility: a tape to disk transfer vehicle. Schrag, Roger. 1984/01 48
Getting started with machine language. Downard, Dan. 1984/01 56
For that added touch, you need Append. Kolar, Joseph. 1984/01 62
Of what value are traditional skills in a rapidly changing culture? Plog, Michael. 1984/01 68
Losing this action 'Pac-ed' game is a real 'pill.' Montes, Martin S. 1984/01 70
A bigger byte for basic (extra 8K for 64K). Gauvreau, Ray. 1984/01 74
Color-eyed-o-scope. Touchstone, Terrell. 1984/01 80
The wizard's computer: a graphic tale. Sligar, David S. 1984/01 84
Reviving a nearly lost art with 'little letter writer. Blyn, Steve. 1984/01 87
Face to face to face to face. Kozubal, John W 1984/01 89
A most moving message. Boyarsky, Oleg. 1984/01 96
Here's the answer but what was the question? Dersheimer, Richard. 1984/01 98
Let CoCo Type help you tighten up that typing. Hyre, Leonard. 1984/01 106
A beginner's guide to cassette files. Albrecht, Bob. 1984/01 110
The memory game. Popovich, Michael. 1984/01 116
The CGP-115 printer: a considerable upgrade. Szlucha, Thomas. 1984/01 120
Visible check register. Brooks, Sid. 1984/01 124
Upgrading your Color Computer 2. DiStefano, Tony. 1984/01 130
Nostalgia, notes and tools of the trade. Puckett, Dale L. 1984/01 132
Try this helpful number-base conversion quiz. Davis, Gary A. ; and Davis, Susan. 1984/01 140
Printer mystery. Himowitz, Michael J. : and Nelson, Julius. 1984/01 144
Csave your programs with confidence. Mir, Jorge. 1984/01 146
Holiday greetings. Vasconi, Eugene. 1984/01 150
Prompted graphics program. Inman, Don. 1984/01 152
Gone fishing. Matice, Norman. 1984/01 158
What are those device numbers for? Dollberg, Donald D. 1984/01 163
The right to know: it's also an obligation. Nelson, Tom. 1984/01 166
Spell out your error messages. Smrcina, Richard. 1984/01 169
No treads on me, please! Ritchie, Gary. 1984/01 173
Monitor mod for your CoCo. Kottke, Richard. 1984/01 179
Puzzle sticks and picture maker. Lai, Stephen. 1984/01 184
Pie graph supreme. Clements, Dave. 1984/01 189
Twenty odd-ball screen routines. Clark, Gregory. 1984/01 202
Four for fun. Myers, Paul Wesley. 1984/01 210
Welcome to Basic. White, Richard A. 1984/01 215
The magic software machine. Liddil, Bob. 1984/01 218
Assembly corner: those 'strange-looking' listings. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1984/01 222
Programmers toolkit. 1984/01 228
VIP terminal. 1984/01 229
Panic button. 1984/01 230
F-16 flight simulator. 1984/01 232
Snoopy and the Red Baron. 1984/01 234
Fembot's revenge. 1984/01 237
Junior's revenge. 1984/01 240
The Light Pen. 1984/01 242
Rainbow's corner. 1984/01 246
Stellar search. 1984/01 251
Cassette controller. 1984/01 252
Peanut butter panic. 1984/01 254
Bomber command. 1984/01 256
Flash cards. 1984/01 258
Airline. 1984/01 260
Jail. 1984/01 261
Isle of fortune. 1984/01 262
Dragonfly fan. 1984/01 264
Glaxxons. 1984/01 265
Mastermail. 1984/01 266
Dyfin. 1984/01 268
Data doctor. 1984/01 270
Money manager. 1984/01 272
Balloon attack. 1984/01 274
Guess the animal. 1984/01 276
Body parts. 1984/01 276
Buzzard bait. 1984/01 278
Early games. 1984/01 280
Schematicdrafting processor. 1984/01 282
Command stream processor. 1984/01 286
Comp-u-trace. 1984/01 287
Prereader. 1984/01 288
Color software workbench. 1984/01 290
Zeus. 1984/01 294
SPLC-1 . 1984/01 296
Greetings from Uncle Bert. Peterson, Dale. 1984/01 302
MC-10 memory map. Curtis, H. Allen. 1984/01 309
Rainbow check plus for the CoCo and the MC-10. Curtis, H. Allen. 1984/02 21
Printer baud rates. 1984/02 24
The crown of Merro. Craig, Jeff. 1984/02 27
Creating the well-blended adventure. Tilenius, Eric W 1984/02 34
Keys to creating winning adventures. Liddil, Bob. 1984/02 52
A menu is helpful for choosing the right course. Inman, Don. 1984/02 54
One graphics screen is worth a thousand alphanumeric characters. Blyn, Steve. 1984/02 60
Microcomputers: bigger isn't always better. Plog, Michael. 1984/02 62
A most dangerous mission. Nannen, Jason. 1984/02 64
The CoCo open. Knolhoff, Mike. 1984/02 68
All in the family tree. Seaberg, Richard. 1984/02 78
A Valentine printer mystery. Himowitz, Michael J. 1984/02 88
The amazing adventures of Karrak. Clark, Gregory. 1984/02 91
A winter wonderland. Shemo, Andrew L. 1984/02 120
Eight steps to writing solid software documentation. Tyson, Robert K. 1984/02 130
A joyful family experience. Saito, Fran ; and Albrecht, Bob. 1984/02 132
Net results (basketball statistics. White, Richard A. 1984/02 140
What's bothering you about Basic? White, Richard A. 1984/02 150
Basketball. Carter, Gary L 1984/02 161
A complete character generator. Nolan, Bill. 1984/02 178
Cheapstick - a smooth, rugged joystick for less than $10. German, J. D. 1984/02 186
Multiply your efforts with this keyboard shorthand. Schrag, Roger. 1984/02 188
An introduction to the science of image processing. Tyson, Robert K. 1984/02 196
Adventuring with style. Liddil, Bob. 1984/02 205
Valhalla. 1984/02 214
Dyterm. 1984/02 216
Ice master. 1984/02 217
DDH directory-file builder. 1984/02 220
VC. 1984/02 221
Roman numerals. 1984/02 222
Battle. 1984/02 222
Byte bat. 1984/02 224
Teee offf. 1984/02 227
Color tutor. 1984/02 228
Mansion of doom. 1984/02 230
MM-100 Manual Mini Modem. 1984/02 232
Screen reference card. 1984/02 234
The great hamster hunt. 1984/02 236
Micronix premium keyboard. 1984/02 238
Banners banners banners. 1984/02 240
Time patrol. 1984/02 242
Adventure starter package. 1984/02 242
Euchre. 1984/02 244
Pager/64K boot. 1984/02 245
Complete personal accountant. 1984/02 246
Mt. Doom. 1984/02 250
Diskey disk access and repair key. 1984/02 251
Clock drill. 1984/02 252
Order entry system. 1984/02 254
Cashman. 1984/02 256
Key-264K. 1984/02 260
Rubiconll. 1984/02 264
Face. 1984/02 265
Cookie Monster's letter crunch. 1984/02 266
Kron. 1984/02 270
Gorilla Banana GX-100 printer. 1984/02 272
Jowst. 1984/02 276
FICA-83. 1984/02 278
Assembly corner: problems? Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1984/02 281
When a graphic idea strikes... Kolar, Joseph. 1984/02 284
CoCo community. 1984/02 290
Inputting your role playing characters. Albrecht, Bob ; and Firedrake, George. 1984/02 292
What is your compatibility rating? Clift, Simon. 1984/02 292
Greetings from Uncle Bert. Peterson, Dale. 1984/02 300
A teeny tinydump. Anthony, Dave. 1984/02 306
Design and development of application software. Searby, Paul. 1984/02 310
Prospecting the MC-10. Curtis, H. Allen. 1984/02 314
OS-9 meets the Wolfbug monitor. Clements, William C, Jr. 1984/02 322
Point, counterpoint, terminal problems and a technical potpourri. Puckett, Dale L. 1984/02 324
Trouble shooter makes the program pak connection. DiStefano, Tony. 1984/02 330
For the CPU of choice: go CoCo. Hogg, Frank. 1984/02 332
Markup and profit: two for the money. Dettman, Harvey. 1984/03 20
Business software and the Color Computer. Mitchell, Dennis E. 1984/03 28
EDTASM minus? Eichstaedt, Pete. 1984/03 32
Creating the graphic adventure. Tilenius, Eric W. 1984/03 34
The financial analyst. Carson, Edward R. 1984/03 50
Mining Rainbow gold. Saito, Fran ; and Albrecht, Bob. 1984/03 61
Stunt pilot. Poppe, T. Robert. 1984/03 67
Up, up and A(merican) way. Ray, J. D. 1984/03 74
The coaches animated playbook. Scerbo, Fred B. 1984/03 82
Costcalc: The Manufacturer's cost accountant. Hill, Eddie. 1984/03 98
Memory saving techniques for handling data. White, Richard A. 1984/03 111
Adding function keys to your keyboard. DiStefano, Tony. 1984/03 117
Killing flies with the friendly tool. Blyn, Steve. 1984/03 121
Hardcopy revisited: position independence and a minor debugging. Lewandowski, Dennis S. 1984/03 123
And now, Igor, the envelope, please. Nolan, Bill. 1984/03 125
Put your keyboard on the screen. German, J. D. 1984/03 128
Converting Micropaintertodisk. Hoffman, Paul S. 1984/03 132
Aloysious and the seven characteristics. Albrecht, Bob ; and Firedrake, George. 1984/03 138
Four books from dragonland. Liddil, Bob. 1984/03 143
What a difference some A's make. Kolar, Joseph. 1984/03 149
An FCC fix for EDTASM. Schrag, Roger. 1984/03 156
Four patches for your new ROM. Schrag, Roger. 1984/03 160
House$. Giovanoni, Richard. 1984/03 162
A very important man. Himowitz, Michael J. ; and Nelson, Julius. 1984/03 169
The little runner. Husak, Charles. 1984/03 170
Using Elite Calc to track automobile expenses. Steiner, John. 1984/03 178
Computer consortia consolidations. Plog, Michael. 1984/03 185
A dungeon master's character sheet. Jaworski, John J. 1984/03 190
Track down errors with this disk fixer. Charney, Mark. 1984/03 196
Dividing the pie - colorfully. Inman, Don. 1984/03 199
Greetings from Uncle Bert. Peterson, Dale. 1984/03 206
Starting your own computer business. Nelson, Tom. 1984/03 212
Planet conquest. 1984/03 222
Battle of Waterloo. 1984/03 224
Context clues. 1984/03 225
Term talk. 1984/03 227
Spectrum control center. 1984/03 230
Word search puzzles. 1984/03 232
The Great USA. 1984/03 234
Moptown parade. 1984/03 236
Galagon. 1984/03 238
Catalyst. 1984/03 239
VT-8302 pilot light. 1984/03 240
Phonics II. 1984/03 242
Keyboard beeper cartridge. 1984/03 244
Tutorcode. 1984/03 246
Devil assault. 1984/03 247
Cu-ber. 1984/03 247
Fast file/big file. 1984/03 248
Star blaze. 1984/03 250
Owl's eye pilot light. 1984/03 252
Keyboard. 1984/03 254
HyperZone. 1984/03 256
Scavenge hunt. 1984/03 256
Stockbroker. 1984/03 258
Pageplus. 1984/03 259
Elite-word. 1984/03 260
Payroll. 1984/03 266
Homebase. 1984/03 268
Time fighter. 1984/03 272
Baseball. 1984/03 274
Filebox 16. 1984/03 276
Musica. 1984/03 278
Colonial trilogy. 1984/03 280
Accounts receivable. 1984/03 283
One disk is better than two. Hefter, Melvin. 1984/03 291
SAGE and CoCo don't mix - yet. Hogg, Frank. 1984/03 293
More answers, new products and a major Basic09 program. Puckett, Dale L. 1984/03 298
OS-9 users group president's column. Puckett, Dale L. 1984/03 308
The feasibility of Color Computer based survey research. Sherrill, Sam. 1984/04 20
Roulette: going 'round with lady luck. Schechter, Gerry. 1984/04 25
The icing on the cake. Tilenius, Eric W 1984/04 34
Finding areas and perimeters in hires. Blyn, Steve. 1984/04 43
The screen quizzer. Scerbo, Fred B. 1984/04 52
Gaining sophistication with printing techniques. White, Richard A. 1984/04 64
Craps. ..as it's played at the CoCo casino. Drouillard, Dan. 1984/04 67
A day at the races. Bodiroga, George. 1984/04 82
Simply load and. ..Bingo! Instant fun. Hadley, Joe. 1984/04 89
Try your hand at blackjack. Kincade, Steve. 1984/04 97
The mysterious and unpredictable RND. Albrecht, Bob ; and Firedrake, George. 1984/04 115
Memscan - a utility for the memory explorer. Reinhart, Alan V. 1984/04 119
Education outside the school. Plog, Michael 1984/04 129
The home slot machine. Furman, Barry R. 1984/04 131
Spinning fortune's wheel. Schneider, Harold. 1984/04 138
A 12-volt power supply for the CoCo2. DiStefano, Tony. 1984/04 149
Starting your own computer business - the first step. Nelson, Tom. 1984/04 156
Through ancient caves we wended. Saito, Fran ; and Albrecht, Bob. 1984/04 162
Little E does big job to Basic. Curtis, H. Allen. 1984/04 170
Program appending for fun and profit. Kolar, Joseph. 1984/04 182
MoCalc - MiniCalc gets a big brother. Spencer, Barry. 1984/04 186
Place your bet! Hall, Kenneth. 1984/04 195
Greetings from Uncle Bert. Peterson, Dale. 1984/04 202
The beginning game. Inman, Don. 1984/04 210
Women and the Color Computer. Davis, Susan P. 1984/04 215
MagiGraph. 1984/04 222
Graphicom. 1984/04 225
JFD-COCO disk system. 1984/04 230
Colortac. 1984/04 236
Microdis. 1984/04 238
Harness/Thoroughbred handicapper. 1984/04 240
Investigations in integral calculus. 1984/04 242
Color designer. 1984/04 245
Calixto Island. 1984/04 246
Air traffic controller. 1984/04 247
Cubix. 1984/04 248
Recall. 1984/04 251
Screen machine. 1984/04 252
Mudpies! 1984/04 253
Q-Man. 1984/04 254
Your Color Computer (book). 1984/04 254
Starblazer. 1984/04 256
Skip counting. 1984/04 257
Three game pack no. 2 1984/04 258
The answer. 1984/04 260
More business. 1984/04 262
Programmer's worksheet. 1984/04 264
Return of the Jet-I. 1984/04 266
Newerror. 1984/04 268
Decision maker. 1984/04 270
Ockywoky. 1984/04 272
Finance-5. 1984/04 274
The spooler. 1984/04 274
Kingshield. 1984/04 278
Oracle II. 1984/04 280
Oik Disk Extended Color Basic. 1984/04 282
Color compiler. 1984/04 286
Tic-tac-toe math. 1984/04 290
Design and development of application software part 2. Searby, Paul. 1984/04 298
News, explanations and a checkbook balancing act. Puckett, Dale L. 1984/04 306
OS-9 users group president's column. Puckett, Dale L. 1984/04 317
A little printer magic. Weide, Dennis H. 1984/05 18
Make the Good Spooler better. Swanson, Damon. 1984/05 23
RAINBOWfest report. Reed, Jim. 1984/05 26
In pursuit of Captain 'Hook.' A report on the piracy seminar at Rainbowfest-Long Beach. Nolan, Bill. 1984/05 29
Marrying machine language to Basic. White, Richard A. 1984/05 31
A change of address. Derringer, Dennis. 1984/05 38
Color graphic banner. Lindsay, Doug. 1984/05 41
RAM/ROM upgrade roundup. Ellers, Ed. 1984/05 49
Out of diversity, an evolving curriculum. Plog, Michael. 1984/05 52
Revival (cleaning Gemini-10). Becker, Barry E. 1984/05 54
Watching important program evaluators - the children. Saito, Fran; and Albrecht, Bob. 1984/05 60
Boltype: a tutorial on the use of dot graphics. Fahy, Mike. 1984/05 67
The mail mover. Thonen, Charles M. 1984/05 74
Fred's postcard whacker. Hughes, Don ; and James, Jessie. 1984/05 84
The first CoCo rockiest. Scerbo, Fred B. 1984/05 89
Creating random name files. Albrecht, Bob ; and Firedrake, George. 1984/05 113
This one's a piece of cake. Kolar, Joseph. 1984/05 116
CoCo widows. Davis, Susan P. 1984/05 119
Looking at Logo from Basic. Inman, Don. 1984/05 125
Shuttle graphic. Kawa, Jeff. 1984/05 131
Special delivery. Szlucha, Thomas. 1984/05 135
Pretty as a picture with CGP-115. Szlucha, Thomas. 1984/05 137
A database manager for dragons. Nolan, Bill. 1984/05 142
Synchronous output can be useful. Provost, James. 1984/05 149
The most professional garage sale in the neighborhood. Carson, Edward R. 1984/05 156
You can bet on wager master. Hyre, Leonard. 1984/05 166
We want our Q-nerd. Forsha, Jerry D. 1984/05 175
The first Saturday in May. Himowitz, Michael J. and Nelson, Julius. 1984/05 180
Greetings from Uncle Bert. Peterson, Dale. 1984/05 185
Designing a video monitor output. DiStefano, Tony. 1984/05 188
Swinging with baseball interest can aid educators. Blyn, Steve. 1984/05 190
Case of the overblown heist. Thorsvik, Doug. 1984/05 195
64 column model l/lll emulator. 1984/05 208
Decimals. 1984/05 213
Whole numbers. 1984/05 213
The investor. 1984/05 214
SAC. 1984/05 216
Color dictionary. 1984/05 221
DRB. 1984/05 222
Demon seed. 1984/05 224
A guide to food contents. 1984/05 228
Business accounting system. 1984/05 230
Number-kruncher. 1984/05 232
Beam rider. 1984/05 234
Spell-a-tron. 1984/05 236
Paper tractor. 1984/05 238
Atom. 1984/05 239
The sourcerer. 1984/05 240
Taxi. 1984/05 243
Question and answer. 1984/05 244
Math invasion. 1984/05 246
Sea quest. 1984/05 247
Speed reading. 1984/05 247
Factors tutor. 1984/05 248
Execcart. 1984/05 250
Grabber. 1984/05 251
Atlantis adventure. 1984/05 251
The music reader. 1984/05 252
Before, between and after. 1984/05 254
Test-aid. 1984/05 258
Flight from Grindar. 1984/05 260
TV graphics editor. 1984/05 262
Fastdupe. 1984/05 263
Galactic Taipan. 1984/05 264
Foodwar. 1984/05 265
Diskutil. 1984/05 268
MDISK. 1984/05 274
DSKMON. 1984/05 276
CoCo Bingo. 1984/05 278
4 mile island. 1984/05 280
A primer on printers. Nelson, Tom. 1984/05 288
Sad news, good news, a successful terminal program and some Basic09 tricks. Puckett, Dale L. 1984/05 297
OS-9 users group president's column. Puckett, Dale L. 1984/05 313
On OS-9 matters, Frank FLEXes his bias. Hogg, Frank. 1984/05 314
The piano tutor. Martens, Gordon. 1984/06 19
Tone row composing. Konecky, Larry. 1984/06 23
RAINBOWfest report. Reed, Jim. 1984/06 26
Your very own interior decorator. Fahlberg, T. A. 1984/06 28
Controlling printer and disk: riding two horses. White, Richard A. 1984/06 38
Running circles around LOGO. Inman, Don. 1984/06 48
Computers in education: projecting the future through research. Plog, Michael. 1984/06 51
Visual aids by CoCo. Dollberg, Donald D. 1984/06 53
Two for The Composer. Scoffin, Brad. 1984/06 57
Creating a test for the computer widow. Kolar, Joseph. 1984/06 58
This guitar tutor doesn't fret. Phillips, Chris. 1984/06 62
Nothing can hold a (Roman) candle to this tallying method. Ball, Howard Lee. 1984/06 65
LoCo CoCo and the 1812. Elliot, Sheila. 1984/06 67
Making four-part harmony easier. Ludlum, Bob. 1984/06 74
A dandy doodler. Vasconi, Eugene. 1984/06 89
A CoCo triple header. Scerbo, Fred B. 1984/06 90
A primer on printers part 2. Nelson, Tom. 1984/06 114
Guess the missing number. Blyn, Steve. 1984/06 121
Greetings from Uncle Bert. Peterson, Dale. 1984/06 123
Equip your computer with a phoneme speech synthesizer. DiStefano, Tony. 1984/06 128
CoCo classics. Pollock, Tommy ; and Pollock, Gail. 1984/06 131
A challenging word game. Curtis, H. Allen. 1984/06 138
The fun connection. Popovich, Michael. 1984/06 156
The computing female. Davis, Susan P. 1984/06 174
The computer chord finder. Rogers, Robert. 1984/06 179
A little string music please. Hayden, Joe. 1984/06 185
Play together, stay together. Saito, Fran ; and Albrecht, Bob. 1984/06 198
Wallpaper calculator. Derringer, Dennis. 1984/06 206
Quiz all. 1984/06 218
Grafplot. 1984/06 220
Here comes de Prez. 1984/06 222
Random Basic. 1984/06 224
Talking score-EZ. 1984/06 225
Assembler math. 1984/06 225
Shenanigans. 1984/06 226
Espionage island. 1984/06 228
Bible adventure. 1984/06 230
Fundfile enhanced. 1984/06 232
Pro-color-file. 1984/06 233
Estimate. 1984/06 234
Lunar rover patrol. 1984/06 236
Vector addition. 1984/06 238
Slay the nereis. 1984/06 239
Early letter recognition. 1984/06 240
Kid's choice. 1984/06 240
Business manager. 1984/06 242
PBH serial interface. 1984/06 244
Disktype. 1984/06 247
Girdle the enemy. 1984/06 247
Option 4. 1984/06 248
Repeat key. 1984/06 249
Morse code tutor/trainer. 1984/06 250
Spooler. 1984/06 254
Music box. 1984/06 256
C-lll. 1984/06 258
Micromon. 1984/06 260
J-CAT modem. 1984/06 261
Pretty printer. 1984/06 262
Pie chart. 1984/06 263
Keep text II. 1984/06 264
Gemini-10X. 1984/06 265
T.UTIL. 1984/06 269
Fractions tutor. 1984/06 270
Electronic graph. 1984/06 271
Memory dump/patch. 1984/06 272
OS-9? FLEX? Or both? Hogg, Frank. 1984/06 278
Random BASIC'S.. .design and development of application software part 3. Searby, Paul. 1984/06 282
A mix of kits, tricks and comments. Puckett, Dale L. 1984/06 287

Stadistics of the articles index

Section Cuantity
ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE 24
BUSINESS 13
COMMUNICATIONS 15
DISK 30
DRAGON COMPUTER 3
EDUCATION 88
GAMES 154
GENERAL 103
GRAPHICS 84
HOME/HOBBY 59
MC-10 6
MUSIC 21
OS-9 17
PRINTER 41
REVIEWS 738
SIMULATION 7
UTILITY-HARDWARE 18
UTILITY-SOFTWARE 98
WORD PROCESING 28
TOTAL ARTICLES 1528
TOTAL AUTHORS 721

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