1980 - Ipso Facto 15 to 19

Ipso Facto Issue 15

  • How to Boot Your 1802
  • The Macrosub Subroutine Technique
  • Some Elfish Ideas
  • The ELF Has Come of Age
  • S-100 Interface
  • Review of RCA’s UT-4
  • Some Miscellaneous Thoughts
  • Errata
  • COSMAC Graphics Program
  • Life for 1802
  • Tiny Basic Corner
  • More on the 16K Dynamic RAM
  • More on 8-Level Interrupts

Ipso Facto Issue 16

  • The Monitor
  • A Comparison of Netronics and Quest: Full Basic
  • Roll Over Hex While Loading
  • Software for the ETI 2708 EPROM Programmer
  • Some Thoughts on Device Independent I/O
  • The 1/Nth Degree
  • 8K EPROM Memory Board
  • Some Thoughts on the Future of the 1802
  • Assembly Listing for COSMAC Graphics Program
  • Proto Board
  • Byte Control #84
  • 64K Decoding for Tektron Memory
  • Cuddly Software: A Product Review
  • Errata
  • Palo Alto Tiny Basic Interpreter
  • New Product: Super Isolator

Ipso Facto Issue 17

  • 1802 Pascal Cross Assembler
  • Club Sponsored Board Layouts
  • The Standardized 1802
  • Software for the S68047 (or MC6847)
  • Netronics Full Basic: A Product Review
  • Low Cost 4K Tiny Basic
  • More on How to VIP an ELF
  • More Power to the ELF
  • 4016s Cause Data Bus Problems
  • TV Typewriter Program

Ipso Facto Issue 18

  • A Cheap Printer
  • Enhancements to UT4
  • Another Stepper
  • An Audible Continuity Tester
  • Games 1802s Play
  • Hardware Bug in the 1802
  • To VIP an ELF
  • Some Basic Bugs
  • Mini-RCABUG (Baudot Style)
  • ACE Colour Video Board
  • Analog Output Board
  • Errata: Building a Better Basic
  • The Doubting Thomas Memory Test

Ipso Facto Issue 19

  • Re: A Hardware Bug in the 1802
  • Another Monitor
  • Tektron Number Cruncher
  • The Case of a Display That Swims
  • Improved Tape Controller
  • TV Chess Board
  • The 1802 and TTL
  • Cassette Load Volume Sensitive?
  • Tic-Tac-Toe Modification
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