SYNC v4 n1

Date: January/February 1984
Volume: 4
Issue: 1

Articles

  • Resources (Sync v4 n1)
    Listing of new user groups, books and other resources.
  • The Thurnall System
    The TE devices are a sound investment: They are well built and at a reasonable price for Sinclair expansion. If you do not have any electronic experience or applications along those lines, you will probably be interested only in the parallel port and the joysticks.
  • Keyboard Alternatives
    Alternatives to the Sinclair keyboard: overlays, beepers, full keyboards. Plans for wiring your own keyboard and list of keyboard alternative vendors provided.
  • Word Processing on ZX/TS Computers
    Comparison of wordprocessing and text editing programs for the Timex/Sinclair 1000.
  • Highway Robbery
  • Las Computadoras de Costa Rica
    This year I began giving classes in computer programming as well. I use the Sinclair simply because it is cheap. The economy is on an even keel, but it is still not moving very fast. Even though the Sinclair is cheap, it is an excellent tool for teaching Basic programming and about computers in general.
  • A ZX/TS Celebration in Boston
    On October 22, 1983, the Boston Computer Society’s Sinclair-Timex User Group celebrated their Second Anniversary at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. And what a celebration it was, with exhibits, seminars, and new Timex/Sinclair product announcements! Group Director Sue Mahoney and her staff (Will Stackman, Jack Hodgson, Jeff Parker, Beth Elliott, Bob Masters) organized what must
  • Watch Where You Are Going
    In many games you need to know if something is already in the space where you are about to print another character. Whether you are firing a missile at a target, having PacMan gobble dots, or checking for a dead end in a maze, the method is the same: calculate the new position tor your
  • Bubbles
    This program generates circles of random size placed randomly about the TV screen. Screen border color is changed randomly each time a circle is drawn. All the while, random musical notes of random duration arc produced. At random times, Ihe screen clears and a new pattern of circles is created. The total effect is arresting
  • Search and Replace Routines
    The routines in are designed to search through a program and replace all occurrences of one character or keyword with another (keywords are represented with one byte, too). The routines can all be entered directly from the keyboard into a 1 REM line.
  • Bit by Bit
    Machine language tutorial.
  • Chaining Programs
    A method for merging programs. The method in outline is: 1) Protect the resident program from erasure by POKEing a copy of it above RAMTOP. This area of memory, once created, is unaffected by LOAD, SAVE, and NEW. 2) LOAD the other program from the tape in the normal manner. 3) POKE the original program
  • Split and Save
    Would you like to freeze the upper part of your display screen? With “Split ‘n Save” you can! While the information in the lower portion is appearing and disappearing, any test or graphics in the upper portion remain on view.
  • Hatch Your Nest Egg
  • Try This
  • Home Control on a Budget
  • Tax Shelter Time Bomb
    Calculate the point at which a tax shelter returns taxable income.
  • Build Your Own Spreadsheet
    Machine language program for creating and manipulating a moving “window” across data.
  • Kitchen Sync
    The Nanos Systems reference card is clear, concise, and, for its shortcomings, is the best handy reference for the ZX80/ZX81 I have seen.
  • Just for Fun
    If Betsy Ross Had Had a ZX81…; Think of a Number; The Psychic ZX; Decimal Alignment
  • Glitchoidz Report
  • Sync Notes
    SYNC in the Home Office, Coming Issues, Writing for SYNC, TS1500 and TS2068.
  • In and Out of SYNC
    The TI99/4A; Making a Dancer
  • Letters
    RUNning with Reduced RAM, Brick Busters, Help, Upgrading Problem, Inverse Matrix.

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