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line input mode. However, when the user attempted to use any BASIC or Apple DOS commands, there would be humorous results, since the program was actually
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already.) Worth, Don D.; Lechner, Pieter M. (May 1982) [1981]. Beneath Apple DOS (4th printing, 1st ed.). Reseda, California, USA: Quality Software. Retrieved
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partitioned into CacheFS and TmpFS. The computers ran Pineapple DOS, an Apple DOS 3.3 derivative developed in the course of a follow on to WR Bornhorst's
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these marks required fairly minimal changes to the software routines in Apple DOS which read and wrote the floppy disk, but produced a disk that could not
List of floppy disk formats (1,255 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
sector filesystems require a compatible disk controller (PROM update) and Apple DOS 3.3 or later. Standard Floppy Disk Formats Supported by MS-DOS "Standard
List of BASIC dialects (6,336 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
released by Zedcor (Tucson, Arizona) in mid-1985. Versions were made for Apple, DOS, Macintosh CP/M and TRS-80 computers. In 1991, 32 Bit Software Inc. (Dallas
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any other computer. TRSDOS is limited in its capabilities, since like Apple DOS 3.3 on the Apple II, it is mainly conceived of as a way of extending BASIC
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contributed to original development of RWTS, which was the foundation of Apple DOS for the Disk II. He was responsible for the adaptation of Microsoft's