Since the plus4 list is maybe even more hacker-oriented (and less end-user-oriented) than this list, I thought that forwarding this message might not be a bad idea. Marko ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Sun, 21 Mar 1999 18:42:52 -0500 From: Herb and Pam Perkins-Frederick <firstname.lastname@example.org> Reply-To: email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: How to run speedscript and where to get c64 disks copied to ibm format. Dear People, My wife, Pam has a lot of poetry stored in speedscript files that we need to get over to an IBM-pc format. I have hacked at it and came up with a basic program that sent the files out the serial port and some people at work helped me cobble together some electronics that allowed the c64's serial logic to talk to the ibm's. This worked for a while, but before the job was done, something burned out, and then the project languished for a couple of years. At this point I am ready to pay someone else to do the work. Any suggestions? Short of that, I am willing to print out the files, and retype them in at the ibm end, if that is what it takes. However, there is a problem here, also. It's been so long since I ran speedscript, that I don't remember how. You would load the program in with load "speedscript",8,1 followed by a sys command, but I don't remember what address to branch to. Does anybody there have this information, or know where I can get it? Speedscript is a great program, and the C64 an amazing machine. Pam did a lot of work that we would like to make once again accessible, if it is not already too late. Any help or suggestions that you could offer would be appreciated -- -- Sincerely, -- Herb. PL.S. Thanks from me, too! Pam --this message went through the email@example.com emailing list--- - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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