98X5 (Software)



9845B/C Exerciser 1 Screen
Utilities
Name: 9845B/C Exerciser
Associated Hardware: 9845B/C
Introduced: 1981
Product Number: 09845-92041
Media: 3.5 inch SS/DD
Original Price: Unknown
Division: Desktop Computer Division
Teledisk: 2.16

Description:

Zip file contains two discs:

- B-CEXER1, 9845B/C Exerciser Tape 1: 09845-92041,
- B-CEXER2, 9845B/C Exerciser Tape 1: 09845-92042,

Re-create these discs onto separate 8-inch floppies.

After copying each disc to an 8-inch floppy, you need to create some data files.

Instructions for disc 1:

- Rename the file AUTOS4 to AUTOST (RENAME “AUTOS4” to “AUTOST”),

- Change the msus statement in each of the exerciser programs to your msus. The default is set to “:T15” (tape drive). The msus statement is usually between lines 1000 and 1200 in each program,

- Create 5 empty data files:
- CREATE “DATA1”,1,128
- CREATE “DATA2”,2,128
- CREATE “DATA3”,4,128
- CREATE “DATA4”,8,128
- CREATE “DATA5”,16,128

- Create and load the “DIRECT” data file:
- CREATE “DIRECT”,51,10
- ASSIGN “DIRECT” TO #1
-PRINT#1;”COMP”,”DISPLA”,”TAPE”,”PRNTR”,”GRPHC”,”*CLRGR”,”*ENHGR”,”7905A”,”7906A”,”7920A”,
”7925A”,”9866A”,”9866B”,”9871A”,”9872A”,”9874A”,”9875A”,”9876A”,”9883A”,”9884A”,
”9885MS”,”98032A”,”98033A”,”98034A”,”98035A”,”98036A”,”98040A”,”MEMORY”


Instructions for Disc 2:

- Rename the file AUTOS5 to AUTOST (RENAME “AUTOS5” to “AUTOST”),
- Change the msus statement on line 1075 to your msus,

- Change the msus statement in each of the exerciser programs to your msus. The default is set to “:T15” (tape drive). The msus statement is usually on line 130 in each program,

- Create and load the “DIRECT” data file:
- CREATE “DIRECT”,51,10
- ASSIGN “DIRECT” TO #1
- PRINT #1;”9895A”,”7910H”,”7908”,”9134A”,”9111A”,”ROMREV”


The manual for using the exerciser programs is the Installation, Operation and Test Manual for the 9845B.

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