Apple ][e software?

From: Andy Brobston <>
Date: Thu Jun 19 11:40:55 1997

>> I managed to get DOS 3.3 by finding a game or something that ran on
>> DOS 3.3, halting it with Control-C to get to the Applesoft BASIC
>> prompt, then using the file commands such as INIT to make a new disk.
>> I can't remember if DOS 3.3 has a built-in command that will copy a
>> disk... There's probably a way to do it.
>It's not built-in, but the DOS 3.3 distributions have the Intbasic
>program COPY which will do what you want. If you've got one of
>these crippled II+'s or later that only have Applesoft, you can
>still use COPYA.

I'm wondering if there's a way to hack code to get it to copy without
any System Master programs. I don't remember. I know the easy way out
would be just to get the System Master, but now I'm just curious. :)
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Received on Thu Jun 19 1997 - 11:40:55 BST

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