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  1. #FujiNet #Atari8bit Here is a Connect 4 game written by Kay Savetz, written in Turbo Basic XL. Study it, and use it as a kernel for making other turn based games! TNFS URL: atari-apps.irata.online/Networking/n-handler/connect4.atr
  2. Just wondering - the technology used for Adventure was simple enough that just about any 8-bit home computer or newer should be capable of emulating it. I'm wondering if anyone has done it in BASIC (maybe compiled, or with some minor ML routines, or using some BASIC expansion library, for more speed etc.) ? It would be cool to have such a code base to work with, making it easy to modify and create custom adventures...
  3. Hello, Since PLATOTERM is licensed under the GNU Public License, I have written a piece of accessory software that opens, and displays a copy of the GNU Public License 3.0 from a file. The TIPI version loads this from the web, courtesy of the PI.HTTP level 3 interface, which is very nifty. I do think that the dsr_xxxx functions here should be folded into libti99, but this is something that @tursillion may want to think about... Thanks to jedimatt42 for these functions, which I pulled from TIPICFG's source code. I have uploaded it to github, if you want to use it: https://github.com/tschak909/platoterm99-gpl You can run the program if you have a TIPI: CALL TIPI("PI.HTTP://TI99.IRATA.ONLINE/COPYING") And for the purposes of discussion, I am posting the code here, as well: #include <files.h> #include <string.h> #include <system.h> #include <conio.h> #define VPAB 0x3000 #define FBUF 0x3200 int force_quit=0; unsigned char dsr_openDV(struct PAB* pab, char* fname, int vdpbuffer, unsigned char flags); unsigned char dsr_close(struct PAB* pab); unsigned char dsr_read(struct PAB* pab, int recordNumber); void initPab(struct PAB* pab) { pab->OpCode = DSR_OPEN; pab->Status = DSR_TYPE_DISPLAY | DSR_TYPE_VARIABLE | DSR_TYPE_SEQUENTIAL | DSR_TYPE_INPUT; pab->RecordLength = 80; pab->RecordNumber = 0; pab->ScreenOffset = 0; pab->NameLength = 0; pab->CharCount = 0; } // Configures a PAB for filename and DV80, and opens the file unsigned char dsr_openDV(struct PAB* pab, char* fname, int vdpbuffer, unsigned char flags) { initPab(pab); pab->OpCode = DSR_OPEN; pab->Status = DSR_TYPE_DISPLAY | DSR_TYPE_VARIABLE | DSR_TYPE_SEQUENTIAL | flags; pab->RecordLength = 80; pab->pName = fname; pab->VDPBuffer = vdpbuffer; return dsrlnk(pab, VPAB); } unsigned char dsr_close(struct PAB* pab) { pab->OpCode = DSR_CLOSE; return dsrlnk(pab, VPAB); } // the data read is in FBUF, the length read in pab->CharCount // typically passing 0 in for record number will let the controller // auto-increment it. unsigned char dsr_read(struct PAB* pab, int recordNumber) { pab->OpCode = DSR_READ; pab->RecordNumber = recordNumber; pab->CharCount = 0; unsigned char result = dsrlnk(pab, VPAB); vdpmemread(VPAB + 5, (&pab->CharCount), 1); return result; } void main(void) { struct PAB pab; set_text(); charsetlc(); clrscr(); bgcolor(COLOR_CYAN); textcolor(COLOR_BLACK); gotoxy(0,0); unsigned char ferr = dsr_openDV(&pab,"PI.HTTP://TI99.IRATA.ONLINE/COPYING.TXT",FBUF,DSR_TYPE_INPUT); if (ferr) { cprintf("Could not open License from web."); for (; {} } int i=0; unsigned char ch; while (ferr == DSR_ERR_NONE) { unsigned char cbuf[81]; ferr = dsr_read(&pab,0); if (ferr == DSR_ERR_NONE) { vdpmemread(FBUF,cbuf,pab.CharCount); cbuf[pab.CharCount]=0; cprintf("%s",cbuf); } if (i>4) { i=0; cprintf(" \r\n"); cprintf(" -- PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE -- "); ch=cgetc(); clrscr(); } else { i++; // Get next record. } } cprintf(" \r\n"); cprintf(" END OF LICENSE. PRESS ANY KEY TO QUIT. "); ch=cgetc(); ferr = dsr_close(&pab); } Hope it is useful. -Thom
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