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Review: JARBCODE (Rainbow 1981-08)

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If the Japanese had had joe Bennett and H. D. Stow on the side in World War II, there's a good chance that the United States never woult have cracked their code ... the act which did lead to the end of the war.

Bennett, chief programmer for JARB software, and Stow have created a very nice code-writing package that anyone who likes — or is interested -- in code would be proud to own. The program is called JARBCODE and is available for $14.95. Address is 1169 Flo-rida St., Imperial Beach, ca, 92032.

jarbcode allows you to send code at three different levelS: almost impossible to break, impossible to break, and "are you kidding"! The excellent documentation says that you would most likely need special equipment to break the top code level -- and we believe it.

The Program is also fun to use and if you are at all interested in codes Jarbcode is just what you need.

In addition to the program's main purpose, it has some very interesting graphics (although in low res) to get things going. We think the graphics are a bonus to the program itself and are quite creative ... proving, of course that you don't have to have Extended Color Basic to enjoy your Co1or Computer.

we liked JARBCODE.


See Rainbow Magazine 1981-08 Pag 5, in