Iamgroot Posted December 2, 2014 Share Posted December 2, 2014 Here is the link to download a modified version of Integer Basic that works under Prodos and has almost 5 megs of games on a hard drive.http://mirrors.apple2.org.za/ftp.apple.asimov.net/unsorted/Int.Bas.32MB.hdv.zipSome IB programs contain disk access, but since the Ctrl-D commands are a DOS 3.3 thing and Basic.system is disabled, programs that have DOS commands will not work. A work-around is to first BLOAD the binary file from the applesoft prompt. Then launch the altered Integer Basic. Type LOAD by itself and press RTN. You will be prompted for the IB program and once loaded will return to the IB prompt. Then LIST the program and remove the Disk commands from the listing. You won't be able to SAVE the listing back to disk, but at least you have an unaltered listing and you should be able to RUN the program without any problems and the binary file is already in memory.IB programs that use READ and WRITE will also not work and there is no work around.Some new commands have been programmed into Integer Basic.They are:1) Ctrl-C now exits back to the IB prompt during a listing (badly needed)2) FP replaces the command DSP and reconnects Basic.system without any problems.3) & replaces the second DSP command to allow ampersand calls. (not tested)4) Type LOAD by itself and press RETURN to get a prompt to enter a filename to load and IB program.Enjoy using Integer Basic under Prodos and launching from a hard drive.Rob Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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