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Character Recognition by Bill Disk Directory by Bery Disk Editor and Disassembler by Ashok Homebudget by Richard Neill Notepad Calculator by James OKZAP by Dennis Communications Corner by Al and Dru Computer Computer Customer For Dot Addressable Printers Databases A Variety of Games and Entertainment Features Creating a Network 2 Color Logo Lab by Dennis Educational Color Computer Users Network A Grading Technique using Scripsit by Timothy Fort Worth Scene by Bruce National Computer Alphabet by...

Model Trsdos Features Include

All files carry the date they were created and carry a flag if they have been modified. This makes selecting files to be backed up, removed, or copied quite easy. TRSDOS 6.0 even allows you to partially describe the names in a group of the files rather than using each filename. These file selection features speed backing up hard disk files to floppy disk. When using a hard disk, backups can span multiple floppies, and TRSDOS will prompt you for diskette swaps when reconstructing a file on the...

Disk Operating Systems

The Model 4 will operate under three different operating systems. If you use a Model III TRSDOS 1.3 diskette not included in the machine, the Model 4 will behave as a Model III, including the 64 character Model III screen and the 2Mhz clock rate. If you use your Model 4 TRSDOS 6.0 diskette, the Model 4 will use its 80 column video, and the other features of Model 4 TRSDOS. Coming soon will be Radio Shack's CP M Plus for the Model 4. Below is a chart which describes the operating system commands...

Scripsit As An Annotating Device In Grading

Introduction to the potential of SCRIPSIT as an aid to grading student essay work began inauspiciously. Faced with a self-imposed deadline for the return of a set of student papers, I was hurrying to annotate them and was railing at the fact that I had to repeat the same comments regarding writing mechanics on more than a few of the essays. At that moment, the proverbial lightbulb switched on. Before thirty minutes had elapsed, I had warmed up my word processing program and typed a series of...