INMC News

  

February/March 1980, Issue 6











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SOFTWARE LIBRARY

Below is the current list of Programs in the software library. No NAS-SYS machine code yet, but we should have some very soon. Prices are indicated by each program and postage charges are indicated below.

FRENCH MEMBERS please note that cheques in Francs are not accepted by British banks.

NASBUG/B-BUG MINIMUM SYSTEM MACHINE CODE

ASSEMBLY LISTINGS

Prog. No.DescriptionPrice
T4CRASH 0C50-0FC9£0.75
Land the space-craft. Real Time. Can you make NASA proud of you? Commented teletype assembly listing. Machine code published in INMC 4.
By H. Birkett
T2REACTION TEST 0C50-0FCC£0.60
When the random digit appears, press the same digit on the keyboard, Better than 0.6 seconds is good – how good are you? Commented teletype assembly listing Machine code published in INMC 3.
By D. Hunt
T3BOUNCING BEASTIE 0D00-0DAB£0.20
A character bounces around the screen leaving a trail behind it. Commented teletype assembly listing.
Adapted by D. R. Brough
T4REVERSE 0C60-0F88£0.70
Arrange the randomly generated list of numbers in order in the fewest moves by reversing any number of them at a time. Commented teletype assembly listing Machine code published in INMC 3.
By H. Birkett
T5DOUBLE MASTERMIND 0C50-0FD5£0.75
Try and crack the NASCOM’s four digit code while it tries to crack yours. (By the way, it won’t let you cheat on the scoring!) Commented teletype assembly listing. Machine code published in INMC 2
By D. Ritchie
T6POSSUM 0D00-0D84£0.20
The hex digits 1 to F are displayed and then flash one at a time. By pressing a button connected to the PIO socket, or any key on the keyboard, the ASCII











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