You're right, that's what I meant, an ASCII file. It was late when I typed that. I just want the file to be saved as text without the formatting codes.
Thanks, but I'm looking to know the capabilities of the program rather than just manipulate files.
I guess PaperClip saves to ATASCII. The 150 page documentation is at www.atarimania.com.
You could strip codes by getting one byte at a time and rejecting it if it is less than 65 or more than 123.
I'm not sure about that. Probably some codes are in the 65 to 128 range.
A workable Paper Clip is available download. The original has a joystick port 2 dongle copy protection
device. I still have my dongle. I can't find my original disk to upload. I think the original disk failed and
I used the download one that's unprotected.
Edited by russg, Thu Jan 14, 2016 10:35 AM.