[Blindapple] running the integer language

Jayson Smith jaybird at bluegrasspals.com
Thu Oct 10 18:20:13 EDT 2013

The intbasic file on DOS master disks doesn't work with at least versions 
of Textalker that reside in the language card, so avoid intbasic, and 
stick with integer or int.

----- Original Message -----
From: Kyle <kyle at gmx.ca>
To: blindapple at bluegrasspals.com
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 11:51:52 -0400
Subject: Re: [Blindapple] running the integer language

> Most of the time, you should be able to load integer programs by first
> executing
> note that the command should be in all caps. It looks like some disks
> may have Integer Basic under the filename INT, however, so you may need to
> instead. However, the only disk where I see that so far is the apples
> disk, and it loads integer for you when it boots. It says ready, but
> then it loads integer and says greaterthan. Then it runs its menu, which
> is just a modified catalog of the disk where you can enter a number to
> select a file.
> I think I did see a DOS disk somewhere, possibly a utility disk that
> neither has INT or INTEGER, but instead has the file named either
> INTBASIC or INT BASIC, not sure which off the top of my head, and I a
> quick look through my collection didn't reveal it. Hope this helps.
> ~Kyle
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