Geelong Computer Club

Contact The Geelong Computer Club, P.O. Box 6, Geelong, Vic. 3220. MEETINGS 2nd Tuesday of the month at TYBAR Engineering, Hampton St. Newton. Contact Tony Domigan, P.O. Box 39086, Winnellie, N.T. 5789. Contact Rod Stevenson, 51 5241 bet. 9-4. 36 Sturt Street, Adelaide. Contact Bill Cushing, 10 Urambi Village, Kambah ACT. 2902. PH. 31 6399 . MEETINGS 3rd Thursday of each month at 7.30 p.m. in Urambi Village Community Centre, Crozier Circuit, Kambah. Brian Pain, 40 High Street, Stoney Stratford,...

In Y Dimension For Each X Dimension Next

This month we have handed over the ESF FORUM to reader Les Kinch who has some handy advice to give concerning the use of the stringy floppy and also provides a list of parameters for saving common machine language programs onto wafer. There are two points to make arising from the contents of Les's article. At the time the article was written, Exatron was forced to change to a different tape formulation which was softer than earlier tapes and tended to leave considerable deposits on the head and...

String Arrays

We must confess that we find these the most useful of all arrays - possibly following our partiality to strings. The string array is exactly like the numeric array except that it has been defined as a string array and so is able to accept alpha as well as numeric data. There is some possibility for confusion as to the length of each string capable of being stored in each element of the array. Following the example of numeric arrays, a casual thought may be that only one character can be held in...