Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 43 / DECEMBER 1983 / PAGE 353

More Power To BASIC

Amper-Magic is a program for the Apple II that allows BASIC programmers to add new commands to Applesoft without knowing machine language.

The program uses the ampersand (&) function to access machine language routines by name, without the need to know their addresses. Amper-Magic routines become part of your program; no separate BLOAD instructions are required.

The first volume of the program, which sells for $75, provides 23 machine language routines. Volume Two, available for $35, adds 27 more commands, including a flexible PRINT USING command.

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