Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 123 / NOVEMBER 1990 / PAGE A-37


• Some of our readers have had trouble with Think Tank, from the April 1990 issue of Gazette. A crucial character in line 1080 was inadvertently dropped from our program listing.

Here's the corrected line:

1080 RETURN : DATA0,0,16,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,16,0,66,0,136,0,0,40,8,0,3,32,32,32

• The Disk Editor program (February 1990) does not function as written for plotting the current file sector chain in BAM mode (Ctrl-P). To make the corrections, load and run MLX. Enter 8000 as the starting address and 8F97 as the ending address; then load your copy of Disk Editor.

A LOAD ERROR message will appear because this new ending address exceeds the ending address of the original program. This is not a problem. Choose the ENTER DATA option to modify the following lines.

8AA0 84 8F AE 40 80 E8 E8 AC DB
8298 54 53 20 43 55 52 53 4F BE
82A0 52 20 43 48 41 49 4E 20 AF
8F80 8F 4C 5A 8F AE 95 80 E8 74
8F88 8E 3F 80 AE 96 80 8E 40 CD
8F90 80 4C 2B 8B 00 00 00 00 21

Note: Watch your line numbers and make sure you enter them correctly; they aren't all consecutive. For example, hit Return after entering the first line to return to the MLX menu. Select Enter Data again and start at 8298 for the next two lines. Then, save the program with a new name.