4 edition of HiRes/Double HiRes graphics for the Apple IIc and Apple II family found in the catalog.
HiRes/Double HiRes graphics for the Apple IIc and Apple II family
William H. DeWitt
|Statement||William H. DeWitt.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.8.A662 D49 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 177 p., 4 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||85026018|
The Apple II series (trademarked with square brackets as "Apple ][" and rendered on later models as "Apple //") is a family of home computers, one of the first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products, designed primarily by Steve Wozniak, manufactured by Apple Computer (now Apple Inc.), and launched in with the original Apple II. The Apple II series (trademarked with square brackets as "Apple ][") is a set of home computers, one of the first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products, designed primarily by Steve Wozniak, manufactured by Apple Computer (now Apple Inc.) and introduced in with the original Apple terms of ease of use, features and expandability the Apple II was a major technological.
assembly language on the Apple //c (under the handle tomatoes, though I prefer this one, it is an anagram of my name!). I was hoping that I might get a little bit more help, specifically where graphics programming is concerned. I found a cheetsheet from . There were at least two other Apple II applications that implemented graphical user interfaces. MouseCalc was an application by International Solutions, Inc., which operated the Apple IIe’s Double-High-Resolution graphics mode to implement an column display with built-in embedded spreadsheet graphics.
Turned on the Apple IIc with it's native monitor, but it only outputs a checkerboard pattern that is scrolling downward. Reset button on computer does nothing, no startup tone, drive doesn't appear to work (Even though it was working a month ago perfectly before I had a monitor). Animation Graphics Illustrator's Library Paint Program (A.G.I.L.).dsk: KB: 3 years ago Apple II Business : MB: 4 years ago Apple II Business Graphics ().nib: KB: 7 years ago Apple II Business Graphics : KB: 7 years ago Apple II Gif : KB: 1 decade ago Apple II Gif :
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Double hi-res is a special graphics mode available only on an Apple //e with an extended 80 column card and revision B motherboard (this includes the Apple //e card for the Macintosh), an Apple //c, or an Apple provides a resolution of x pixels on a monochrome display and x pixels in 16 colours on an RGB, composite monitor or TV set.
Get this from a library. HiRes/Double HiRes graphics for the Apple IIc and Apple II family. [William H DeWitt]. Peculiarity of graphics modes. The graphic modes of the Apple II series were peculiar even by the standards of the late s and early s.
One notable peculiarity of these modes is a direct result of Apple founder Steve Wozniak's chip-saving home computer systems of the time (as well as today's PC-compatible machines) had an architecture which assigned consecutive.
The Apple II series (trademarked with square brackets as "Apple ][" and rendered on later models as "Apple //") is a family of home computers, one of the first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products, designed primarily by Steve Wozniak, manufactured by Apple Computer (now Apple Inc.), and launched in with the original Apple terms of ease of use, features, and.
The Apple IIc, the fourth model in the Apple II series of personal computers, is Apple Computer’s first endeavor to produce a portable result was a lb ( kg) notebook-sized version of the Apple II that could be transported from place to place.
The c in the name stood for compact, referring to the fact it was essentially a complete Apple II computer setup (minus display and Developer: Apple Computer, Inc. Double High Resolution Graphics (DHRG) is the highest resolution of graphics that is natively supported by the 8bit Apple II line of computers.
DHGR mode is not available on the earlier models but it is available on the IIe (with a RevB motherboard and an 80column card), the IIc. APPLE IIC / Image Writer II Manuals and User Guides (LOT 1) $ $ shipping.
or Best Offer. Watch. Apple IIc 2C Model A2S Original Adapter Only. $ $ shipping. Apple IIc Computer w/Manuals-Teco Monitor-Floppy Discs-Drive & Accessories.
$ +$ shipping. Apple IIc 1 Mouse Differences On IIe and IIc 11/88 2 Column and Double High-Resolution Graphics 11/88 3 Foreign Language Keyboard Layouts 11/88 4 Dvorak Keyboard Layout 11/88 2 Apple II Family Identification Routines 11/88 3 Super Serial Card Firmware Bug 11/ Apple IIc: an intelligent guide, New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, (ISBN ) DeWitt, William H.
HiRes/Double HiRes graphics for the Apple IIc and Apple II family, New York: Wiley, c (ISBN ) Gilder, Jules H. Apple IIc and IIe assembly language, New York: Chapman and Hall, (ISBN ).
The Apple II line of computers supported a number of Apple II peripheral cards, expansion cards which plugged into slots on the motherboard, and added to and extended the functionality of the base system. All Apple II models except the Apple IIc had at least seven pin expansion slots, labeled Slots 1 though 7.
These slots could hold printed circuit board cards with double-sided edge. Apple II DeskTop requires an Apple II, compatible, or emulator with at least k of RAM and Double-HiRes graphics support.
This includes the Apple IIe (except Revision A motherboards), Enhanced Apple IIe, Apple IIc and IIc Plus, Apple IIgs, Apple IIe Option Card for Macintosh, the Laser family, or emulators such as Virtual ][ or AppleWin.
Apple II DeskTop. Work-in-Progress disassembly and enhancements for Apple II Desktop (a.k.a. MouseDesk) 💾 Disk images can be found on the Releases page 💾 Background.
This application started its life as MouseDesk by Version Soft. It is a mouse-driven Mac-like "Finder" GUI application for 8-bit Apples and clones with k of memory, utilizing double-hires monochrome graphics (x), an.
A complete double-resolution graphics package for your Apple II, Beagle Graphics' double hi-res feature lets you access a whopping x pixels--that's over / individual points on the screen.
It also provides you with sixteen undistorted hi-res colors, instead of the six available in normal hi-res. The Apple IIc had KB of memory and supported both column text and Double High Resolution graphics out of the box.
Visually, the IIc was the first Apple product to embrace the Snow White design language – and the only Apple computer ever produced in the off-white color known as Fog. I squashed a bug in the double hi-res mode which made it look even worse than this.
The schematic for this adapter is at Apple II series - Apple Inc. - Apple II Plus - Apple Column Text Card - Apple II graphics - Apple III - Apple IIc - MouseText - Apple IIGS - Command key - Apple IIe Card - Apple II - WDC 65C02 - List of publications and periodicals devoted to the Apple II - Apple II peripheral cards - Macintosh LC - Apple ProDOS - Disk II - Apple DOS - Market segmentation - Steve Wozniak - IBM Personal.
Apple IIc: an intelligent guide. Nova York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, (ISBN ) DeWitt, William H. HiRes/Double HiRes graphics for the Apple IIc and Apple II family.
Nova York: Wiley, c (ISBN ) Gilder, Jules H. Apple IIc and IIe assembly language. Nova York: Chapman and Hall, (ISBN ). Double Hires Subroutines Written by Allen Watson IIIFrom an Article in "Apple Orchard" magazine January Assembled by Rick Fincher using the ORCA/M assembler by Hayden :These routines are for the Apple //e with K, Apple //c, Laser or otherApple //e compatibles with extended 80 col card must have the jumper.
Get to know your Apple II or II+ with this indispensable handbook. By Poole et al, copyrightpages, ISBN Very used; spine broken and one page is loose, lots of wear. $ Apple IIc: An Introduction to Applesoft BASIC: Guide to BASIC programming designed for the Apple IIc using Applesoft BASIC.
One works with the standard high-resolution graphics available on the Apple II's ( by dot resolution, six base colors and blended colors). The other version is designed especially for double resolution graphics available for the newer Apple II's that hav K of RAM (such as the Apple Iic).Seller Rating: % positive.
The chart here uses information from Apple's Apple II technical references, Beneath Apple DOS (by Worth and Lechner), and Exploring Apple GS/OS and ProDOS 8 (by Little). It shows which Zero Page locations are used by the Monitor, Applesoft BASIC, Integer BASIC, DOSProDOS, and ProDOS High-Resolution (Hi-Res) Graphics.
When the Apple II came out, a new mode had been added for × high-resolution graphics. Like Lo-Res mode, hi-res mode had two screens; in Applesoft BASIC, either one could be initialized, using the commands HGR for the first screen or HGR2 for the Applesoft BASIC ROM contained routines to clear either of two Hi-Res screens, draw .Apple IIc: an intelligent guide, New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, (ISBN ) DeWitt, William H.
HiRes/Double HiRes graphics for the Apple IIc and Apple II family, New York: Wiley, c (ISBN ) Gilder, Jules H. Apple IIc and IIe assembly language, New York: Chapman and Hall, (ISBN ) Notes ↑.