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Bad File Names – Butterfield, Jim

Commodore World Issue #4, 1994, p. 25

The Commodore guru gives advice on what to do about those annoying comma files. ... e names ("comma" files).

Peripheral Vision: Understanding the Input/Output System – Butterfield, Jim

Commodore World Issue #5, 1994, p. 49

What goes in, must come out. For more details, read this article! Topics: the I ... ods for formatting data.

Peripheral Vision: Making it Neat: Simple Tips on Better-Looking Output – Butterfield, Jim

Commodore World Issue #6, 1995, p. 50

The better your output looks, the better you look to those who see it. Formatti ... g, and writing to files.

Butterfield Box: Poor Man's Petunia – Butterfield, Jim

The TORPET Issue #19, May 1983, p. 10

Schematics for building a "poor man's" digital-to-analog converter.

Butterfield Box: You Can't Get Away from It... – Butterfield, Jim

The TORPET Issue #20, June 1983, p. 28

Jim Butterfield tells a story about the World's Fair of Trade in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

Butterfield Box: String Along with Me! – Butterfield, Jim

The TORPET Issue #21, July 1983, p. 27

Topics: empty strings, conversions between strings and numeric variables, and substring functions.

Butterfield Box: Input Idiosyncracies – Butterfield, Jim

The TORPET Issue #22, August 1983, p. 46

BASIC's INPUT and INPUT# cannot handle commas and colons. Gives a technique fo ... er before calling INPUT.

Butterfield Box: Swapping and Sharing – Butterfield, Jim

The TORPET Issue #23, September 1983, p. 22

Jim Butterfield advocates sharing programs freely when copyrights and commerci ... erests are not violated.

Butterfield Box: Cats and Computers – Butterfield, Jim

The TORPET Issue #24, October 1983, p. 4

Jim Butterfield talks about his three cats. Sasha is the Siamese who photobombed the cover of this issue.

I Do Windows (on the C128) – Butterfield, Jim

The Transactor Volume 9, No. 2, December 1988, p. 49

A program for paneless print positioning. Jim offers a prime example of easy te ... s WINDOW command allows.

What's Really Inside the Commodore 64? – Butterfield, Jim

The Transactor Volume 9, No. 4, April 1989, p. 69

Jim Butterfield analyzes this commented disassembly. Review of What's Really In ... 84). Disassembly of ROM.

Capitals: A Quiz-Based Program – Butterfield, Jim

The Transactor Volume 9, No. 5, June 1989, p. 46

Using linked lists. What do geography and linked lists have in common? This pro ... g linked lists in BASIC.