I referenced SUPERBASIC in another topic. This program was a "life saver" back in the day when I was doing quite a lot of Extended BASIC programming.
SUPERBASIC loads into the lower 8k memory space. It provides the user with a number of "hotkeys" that can be accessed through simple keypresses, such as "CTRL-1" to catalog DSK1 or user-defined keys to simplify programming. It adds commands that allow you to resequence and delete segments (without affecting the rest of the program), load text files into memory from disk as if you typed the program line yourself, search the entire program from the command mode using "!" or "/", and more.
I really liked the ability to show a text file right from the command prompt. Here's the first portion of the readme file I've added to the disk using the "TYPE" command:
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Searching for a word in the program :
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The author does warn users about some garbage collection/issues. I don't recall encountering these back in the day, of course, that was 30 years ago.
The attached DSK file contains the original instructions. I have modified the assembly code to disable the dongle test, and included the change in the !README file for anyone with the original disk. (Edit: properly named the dsk file)
Edited by InsaneMultitasker, Sun Jul 8, 2018 5:16 PM.