Apple ][e software?

From: Doug Spence <>
Date: Fri Jun 20 08:49:39 1997

On Thu, 19 Jun 1997, Andy Brobston wrote:

> >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. :)

If you have the Apple ][ DOS manual, look up the RWTS subroutine. You can
poke the table in from BASIC (I suggest you locate it at location 768
($300 hex)) and write a BASIC program that uses it to copy disks quite
easily (I have done so).

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> Andy Brobston ***NEW URL BELOW***
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Doug Spence
Received on Fri Jun 20 1997 - 08:49:39 BST

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