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Kevin Becker
JUMP.DO Long jump game entry for BASIC 10 Liners contest
   
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16.09.2018 13:52

Peter Vollan My own little empire of Model 100 software.
SIT.BA Plays the "Special Information Tone" sequence of three tones.
SIT.DO Text version of SIT.BA
barwedge.zip This remarkable program enables you to use your Model T as a keyboard for your DOS PC. Just connect your Model 10x with the traditional null modem cable, then connect using telcom. Use Stat: 38n1e for 300 bps, then hit term. Not written by me of course.
TZONE.DO To account for time zones and Daylight Saving Time this program will adjust your model T's time by any amount.
TZONE.BA Tokenised basic version of TZONE.
TILER.BA Cool version of Tetris that uses the entire screen with a sideways orientation and the arrow keys for control. Not written by me!!
NIST.DO Set the time on your laptop accurately by calling the National Institute of Standards and Time.
sou.do Enter a frequency in Hertz, and the corresponding tone will be played.
HEAR.DO As you age, your ability to hear higher frequencies decreases. This program plays ascending tones and display their frequency so that you can test the limits of your hearing.
SFBB.TXT Instructions for the SFBB program.
NIST.txt Instructions and documentation for the NIST and TZONE programs
CRZDAT.DO Set the date on your Model 10x to one that doesn't make sense.
SFBB.DO Single Frequency Blue Box program.
   
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14.09.2018 04:25

Gary Weber Ultrascreen100 is hereby made available to the masses! Starblaze100 is here for your enjoyment!
USC100.zip Ultrascreen100 was the most significant display enhancement ever to come along for the Model 100. It switches your display into a smaller font and gives you 60 columns by 10 lines. That's 600 characters you get on the screen at one time, versus the standard 320. Even more, the Ultrascreen100 software was *very* smoothly integrated with the machine. The Main menu is always in the standard 40x8 mode, but when you jump into BASIC, TEXT, or TELCOM, you automatically switch into the 60x10 mode. Compared to Travelling Software's View80, which only gives you a 60x8 screen and requires activation through an extra step in their ROM software, Ultrascreen100 was clearly the better choice. Ultrascreen100 originally was sold by Ultrasoft Innovations back in 1986. As of November 23, 2007, it has been released to the public for free-distribution. Many thanks to Daniel Born (author) and Richard Eckerlin (Ultrasoft) for allowing this to become a reality!
TXTADD.BA When in TEXT, you may find that you get sluggish text-entry performance with Ultrascreen active. A lot of times you might simply want to jot down your thoughts rapidly and having sluggish keyboard interaction can be quite distracting. This utility I've created does not do full-screen editing, but it does allow rapid appending of text to a .DO file and it makes use of Ultrascreen's 60x10 mode. [Updated 11/25/2007]
TXTADD.DO This is a non-tokenized pure ASCII versoin of TXTADD.BA.
STAR16.CO This is the binary version of STAR16. Don't bother with STAR16.DO if you already have the means of loading this directly into your M100s memory from Desklink, TPDD, or NADSBox via TS-DOS or some other DOS capable of binary file loading.
STAR16.DO BASIC loader for STAR16.CO. **UNTESTED** This file is gigantic. It would need to reside in your M100s memory only in tokenized .BA form (delete the .DO file before running!) and even then, you'll need to run it, then DELETE the .BA (or type NEW if it is only in the temporary space), and *THEN* type the 'SAVEM "STAR16.CO", 58048, 62930, 58048' command.
   
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16.08.2018 20:52

Tom Fitzpatrick X10 remote control, digital clocks and timers, Booster Pak files & more, coming soon!`
Digtim.ba Big digit digital clock, count up and count down timer. Handy around the kitchen. Bottom menu line turns off for clean display. In binary .BA format, so it can be used with Desklink without any conversion.
Digtim.txt DIGTIM.BA in viewable plain text. (The library file viewer corrupts the graphics characters, but if you click on the download icon it'll save correctly)
Digclk.ba Smaller, clock-only version of DIGTIM.BA. Nice digital clock for the living room or den bookshelf, or as an IPL auto start program. Press any key to exit to the M100 main menu.
Digclk.txt DIGCLK.BA in viewable plain text. (The library file viewer corrupts the graphics characters, but if you click on the download icon it'll save correctly)
   
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16.08.2018 20:51

Kurt McCullum mComm and the sardine files can be found here.
mComm Android
SARDOS
ROM Adapter
TPDD Client
Bar Code Reader
TS-DOS With Added Delay
Time Minder
Sardine
DOSNEC.CO Version 4.1 of TS-DOS for the NEC. This contains the Shift+Down Arrow bug fix
TSD201.BX Version 4.1 of TS-DOS for the T200. This version applies the Shift Up/Down patch that Ken Pettit made to the RAM versions of TS-DOS.
TSDNE1.BX Version 4.1 of TS-DOS for the NEC. This version applies the Shift Up/Down patch that Ken Pettit made to the RAM versions of TS-DOS.
Shortcuts.png A graphic view of the keyboard shortcuts in TEXT/TWord
DATES.BA A modified version of the DATES.BA program that came with Executive Calendar. This version works on the T200 as well as the 100 and 102. The original version has an issue when you try to exit when using a T200
terminfo.txt Linux/Unix terminfo file for the M100/102/8301 and the T200
DOS100.CO.MP3 TS-DOS 4.01 in MP3 Format. For those who don't have a ROM or DOS loader. SOUND OFF CLEAR 0, 57089 RUNM "CAS:DOS100.CO"
SideCar.pdf Manual for the Purple Computing SideCar memory expansion unit which can be used with the NEC 8201a or 8300
mComm Manual.zip This is the manual for the Windows version of mComm. It discusses installation, cable requirements, TELCOM mode, TPDD mode, and remote connections.
Setup250.EXE mComm 2.50 for Windows. A TPDD server for transferring files to and from your model-t. The updated ram versions of ts-dos are included in the install along with sardine for the M100 & T200. This version drops the TELCOM mode and replaces it with a virtual modem similar to mComm for Android. There is also a dos injector feature which will allow you to load ts-dos or teeny if you don't have them on your machine.
   
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13.08.2018 16:37

Ron Wiesen Aside from Model T computing, my personal interests are: design, fabrication and operation of lightweight portable Amateur Radio transmission equipment; handcrafting optical telescopes and mountings used in general amateur astronomy and astrophotography.
Rampac Diagnostic RD
Utilities
CCR-82 Computer Cassette Tape Recorder
Inductor Loaded Radiator -- an antenna modelling program
NATIVE
One-Time Pad encipherment~decipherment
TEENY
Morse code Keyboard for models 200 and 10x
Service Adjuncts of T___ System in Public Domain
Radio Orphan Annie Secret Decoder Badge
DXpeditions - Grayline Propagation Times
Ten-Tec Omni VI monitor
Service Adjuncts of O___ System in Public Domain
Log Recorder for Model 10x
Transmission Line Coupler Project
One-time pad Letter-only cipher~decipher
Morse code Discriminator for Model 10x
Sunup.do SUNUP.BA reports sunset and sunrise times and solar azimuths at any Earth location for any date. It first prompts for the Latitude/Longitude coordinates of a place on Earth. Express coordinates in degrees as fractional numbers using: positive values for North latitudes and East longitudes, and negative values for South latitudes and West longitudes. For example, input "-37.81666667, 144.9666667" for the location of the city of Melbourne, Australia (i.e., South 37°49'0", by East 144°58'0"). It next prompts for a time zone for time results. Express this as a quantity of time zones situated West of Greenwich, England. For example, input "0" for the Greenwich Mean Time zone (i.e., time results in UTC). Lastly, it prompts you to elect a date using the format: numeric year, numeric month, numeric day. You may elect any past date, the current date, or any future date. For example, input "2012, 12, 21" for the date of December 21, 2012. The program then reports the time and solar azimuth of sunset and sunrise.
Vp6dx.do As-is, VP6DX.BA has short-term value to Radio Amateurs who desire contact with DXpedition operators of station VP6DX while it's on-air at Ducie Island. Ducie Island is a South Pacific atoll that's located at South 24°40'52.6" by West 124°47'11.0". The program reports the sunset time in UTC and sunrise time in UTC at Ducie Island (and solar azimuths) for the current date. It senses the DATE$ function of the laptop in order to ascertain the current date. Because times are reported in UTC (i.e., the Greenwich Mean Time zone) and the TIME$ function influences the change of date occurrence in the DATE$ function, accurate reports result only where you have set TIME$ and DATE$ of the laptop so that they express the UTC time and the UTC date. However for Grayline propagation prediction purposes, sufficiently accurate reports are obtained where the DATE$ of the laptop differs from the UTC date by less than 2 days. Note that VP6DX.BA is a special purpose variant of SUNUP.BA which also is available (file SUNUP.DO).
Plan 1c Beam Azimuths from Field Day 2009 Site.tif Azimuthal equidistance projection map centered on a 1320-foot elevation Field Day 2009 site. It shows the radio coverage by the two selectable major lobes of a 2-element echelon array (a coparallel array, end-fire antenna) as two color coded areas of ±27.5° beamwidth: blue&green along bidirectional 280°==100° heading, and red&orange along bidirectional 225°==045° heading.
Ft5ga.do As-is, FT5GA.BA has short-term value to Radio Amateurs who desire contact with DXpedition operators of station FT5GA while it's on-air at Glorioso Islands. Glorioso Islands are in the Indian ocean located at South 11°30'00" by East 47°19'48". The program reports the sunset time in UTC and sunrise time in UTC at Glorioso Islands (and solar azimuths) for the current date. It senses the DATE$ function of the laptop in order to ascertain the current date. Because times are reported in UTC (i.e., the Greenwich Mean Time zone) and the TIME$ function influences the change of date occurrence in the DATE$ function, accurate reports result only where you have set TIME$ and DATE$ of the laptop so that they express the UTC time and the UTC date. However for Grayline propagation prediction purposes, sufficiently accurate reports are obtained where the DATE$ of the laptop differs from the UTC date by less than 2 days. Note that FT5GA.BA is a special purpose variant of SUNUP.BA which also is available (file SUNUP.DO).
Dx0dx.do As-is, DX0DX.BA has short-term value to Radio Amateurs who desire contact with DXpedition operators of station DX0DX while it's on-air at Thitu Island. Thitu Island is in the Pacific ocean located at North 11° 03' 05.4" by East 114° 17' 02.0". The program reports the sunset time in UTC and sunrise time in UTC at Thitu Island (and solar azimuths) for the current date. It senses the DATE$ function of the laptop in order to ascertain the current date. Because times are reported in UTC (i.e., the Greenwich Mean Time zone) and the TIME$ function influences the change of date occurrence in the DATE$ function, accurate reports result only where you have set TIME$ and DATE$ of the laptop so that they express the UTC time and the UTC date. However for Grayline propagation prediction purposes, sufficiently accurate reports are obtained where the DATE$ of the laptop differs from the UTC date by less than 2 days. Note that DX0DX.BA is a special purpose variant of SUNUP.BA which also is available (file SUNUP.DO).
JD_MJD.DO JD MJD.BA converts the Gregorian date that the Model T laptop (M10x or M200) holds in its calendar to the corresponding Julian Day (JD) and Modified Julian Day (MJD). It is valid for Gregorian dates from January 1, 2000 (i.e., DATE$ of 01/01/00) through December 31, 2099 (i.e., DATE$ of 12/31/99). The simplified mathematics of this program is made possible by using a baseline JD of 1721119.5 (see commentary of line 5), which corresponds to the Gregorian date of March 3 in the year 1 Before Common Era (BCE) at midnight Universal Time Coordinated (UTC). Note that the MJD is a 5-digit shortened variant of the JD. You may use the 5 numerals of the MJD as the trailing 5 characters in a filename to designate its date. For example, file J56116.DO is a journal file for the Gregorian date of July 8, 2012.
SECTNS.DO This is a list of 83 section abbreviations that are in effect for the November Sweepstakes of 2012. There are 71 sections of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL); there are 12 sections of the Radio Amateurs of Canada (RAC). A section abbreviation is either 2-letter or 3-letter. With the cursor positioned at the beginning of file SECTNS.DO, press the F1 key (Find) and then enter a section abbreviation followed by 1 Space character in order to determine the validity of a section abbreviation. For example, pressing F1 and entering "SJV " confirms that SJV is a valid section abbreviation and that it stands for the "San Joaquin Valley" section.
ILDRAD.TXT
LOGARS.TXT Documentation of the LOGARS program. LOGARS finds both the Common base 10 logarithms and Natural base e logarithms for any positive values that you provide. As an aid to folks who use slide rules, LOGARS also reports the mantissa part of the Common base 10 logarithms.
LOGARS.DO Textual equivalent BASIC statements of the LOGARS program.
   
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11.08.2018 12:25

Don Fox
Unclassified
ROM Images
size.do.pdf Random file from the past. Author unknown.
scre.do.pdf Random file from the past. Author unknown.
Hardware_Handshaking.pdf "The Art of Hardware Handshaking" By Thomas Neidermeyer
PD27C256.pdf Scan of NEC datasheet for a 32K x 8 CMOS EPROM uPD27c256
TC5564p-15.pdf Scan of a Toshiba datasheet for a 8K x 8 CMOS RAM, front and rear with hand written annotations.
telcom_undocumented.pdf Undocumented(?) Telcom functions
rs232misc_color.pdf Misc RS-232 section of the M100 schematic w/ user's old highlighting
M100_ROM_Calls.txt M100 ROM Calls.pdf External Link to overcome the 500Kb limit on this site. http://www.atomicfrog.com/mirrors/www.club100.org/
Mod100_System_MAP.txt Mod100 System MAP.pdf External Link to overcome the 500Kb limit on this site. http://www.atomicfrog.com/mirrors/www.club100.org/
8255_datasheet.txt 8255 datasheet.pdf External Link to overcome the 500Kb limit on this site. http://www.atomicfrog.com/mirrors/www.club100.org/
KC-85_Service_Manual_lo.txt KC-85 Service Manual External Link to overcome the 500Kb limit on this site. http://www.atomicfrog.com/mirrors/www.club100.org/
LCDIO.100.txt LCDIO.100.pdf External Link to overcome the 500Kb limit on this site. http://www.atomicfrog.com/mirrors/www.club100.org/
SXM.BA.txt SXM.BA.pdf External Link to overcome the 500Kb limit on this site. http://www.atomicfrog.com/mirrors/www.club100.org/
   
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09.08.2018 08:03

   
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26.06.2018 06:55

Ken Pettit You can express yourself by placing text next to your directory! Go to the "My Profile" link and type away! (Text limited to 255 bytes)
FX80 Samples
NUMAZE
AsciiPixels
TDock
VirtualT IDE
NewDos
ASCII85
M100 ROM Disassembly
TS_DOS Disassembly
FIRE.DO Documentation for Firecracker X10 control routines.
FIRE.BA Firecracker X10 Remote Control driver routines with extremely simple usage application. These reoutines are unoptimized complete with full comments and long variable names.
   
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05.02.2018 20:54

Mike Stein
Bar Code Stuff
CALC.BA Calc program from 26-3827 (tokenized)
Calc.mp3 Calc program from 26-3827 in MP3 (224Kbs) format
ENTOKE.EXE ENTOKE [filename] - DOS/Win program to convert plaintext BASIC program(s) to tokenized .BA version. The output file name will be the input file name with a .BA extension (.100/.200 -> BA1/BA2), so if the input file name ends in .BA it must first be renamed. To batch convert a number of programs in a folder, rename all .BA -> .BAS and use the FOR..IN..DO command in DOS or Command (CMD) mode. e.g.: FOR %A in (*.BAS *.100 *.200) DO ENTOKE %A
EntokeB.bat Script file for ENTOKE to allow drag-and-drop single file conversion in Windows XP; place in the same folder as ENTOKE.EXE and drag plaintext BASIC file on to it.
M100disXL.7z Ken Pettit's most excellent M100 ROM disassembly (as of 07/10/11) converted to an Excel spreadsheet with documented labels added, and a label cross-reference. A work in progress.
TeenyDL.zip Teeny/Desklink file transfer suite and some sample programs. (Originally DL-ARC.EXE, PORTAL maze program removed to fit 500K size limit)
PORTAL.zip PORTAL maze game (originally in DL-ARC.EXE)
   
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24.12.2017 08:19

Steve Adolph Utilities, ReMem stuff, REX stuff, notes, programming things.
REX2
ZETRON option rom binaries
M100 Rom Routines summary
General Utilities
REX3 NEC
QUAD
REX
T200 files
REX 4.9 Beta
relocateable_ML_programs
creating_embeddedML_basic_programs
adding_nimh_to_M100T102
guardian
Games
files for RAMPAC and DATAPAC
mods_to_upgrade_ram
XR4_EXTRAM_stuff
patched_OS_ROMs
MENU add on for M100 and T102
ROM2S
ROM2_tips
Romulus chess
M100 overview
TASM
tundra data sheets for 80C85 and 82C55
GWbasic disassembler
FLOPPY for TPDD-2
bluetooth_adapter
T200 Ram module
undocumented_8085_opcodes
DVI boot disk files
ReMem Utilities
dolly
memchk
T102
WhatVersionM100.pdf There are two PCB versions of the M100-- one that is compatible with the published schematic (uses the oddball ROM pinout), and one that uses the standard ROM pinout. Which do you have? If you are lucky you have the standard ROM version...which means ROM updates were really easy for you.
RelJMP.pdf This is an old article describing a method for making relative jumps and calls in 8085 language.
txzm241.zip an xmodem program for windows/dos that worked well with M100
LCDTST.DO This is a program I wrote to exercise hardware scrolling on M100/T102. HW scrolling is not implemented in the OS...too bad.
m100y2k.pdf hardware conversion to 27c256 for original style M100 boards with the messed up rom pinout.
relative_calls_and_jumps.txt TASM assembly code and macros for making all types of relative calls and jumps.
KC85rom.bin This is the main rom extracted from a Kyotronic KC 85 by Tony Mori.
M100XCA.zip Some power basic code that converts M100 .CA files into ASCII files for use in other applications. May come in handy some day. (PS - found on the web)
T200RAMV1.zip T200 RAM Version 1 Eagle files
   
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07.11.2017 13:31

Willard Goosey ROG and other games, utilities, programming tools
games
Linux cross development
Utils
ROM images
dosm100.zip M100.DEF for Telemark Cross Assembler under DOS/Windows New version fixes incorrect address in FNDFIL, also documentation corrections
smallc-nec8201.zip Small-C for NEC 8201. MS-DOS cross compiler. Targets Telemark TASM. Seems to date back to 1998. Not Mine.
dosm100-8.23.2017.zip m100.def and macros for Telemark Cross Assembler under DOS. Updated comments
   
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25.08.2017 23:50

Mike Nugent
RAM-ROM Maps.txt This is a modified version of the Covington Model 100 RAM/ROM maps, with labels and additional notations I've added. (I'm sure some were found by others and merely incorporated here by me. I just don't know which.) I hope this helps others, and I hope they'll add their own insights and post their versions. Feedback welcome. If I've screwed something up, I'd sure appreciate hearing the correct info. Thanks. -- Mike Nugent 04/05/17
   
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06.04.2017 02:49

Georg Kaeter from Aachen, Germany. Bought my M100 in 1983 during my studies of mechanical engineering. Took it off the shelf after 30 years and it still works. Brilliant!!! Now own also M102 (1 working, 1 waiting for repair), a T200 with REX and a NADSBox.
   
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02.10.2015 18:40

Clinton Reddekop
z100v0.1.zip A z-code interpreter for the Model 100. Should work with most v3 english-language Infocom game files. See the files building.txt and using.txt for instructions.
   
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30.07.2015 20:21

Philip Avery Solitaire, Sudoku, ACOMP.
Sudoku
ACOMP
Hardware Scroll
SOLCR3.CO Graphics routine for SOL31C.BA (Solitaire). Must be in RAM before running SOL31C.BA. Do not run SOLCR3.CO
SOL31C.BA Solitaire for M100/102. Features machine code graphics and sound. Ported from the TRS-80 Model III version. Needs SOLCR3.CO in RAM.
   
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02.09.2014 21:42

Kevin Laskowski GOLF! Very challenging, for all ages. Try TrashTalk, A windows based .BA .TXT, and .DO file transfer client written by David Brown. Tower! A very hard strategy game with graphics. Tower Requires UltraScreen 100 available from Gary Weber.
Towers
TrashTalk
Golf
   
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13.12.2013 05:56

Chris Fezzler Long time follower of M100, M102, M200, NEC PC8201A, NEC PC8300, NEC PC8500, NEC Starlet, Olivetti M10 and other oldies but goodies.
NEC PC-8211A CRT Adapter
IBM 5155
tandy100blk.jpg TRS-80 Model 100 Painted Black
   
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22.09.2013 19:44

Miles Willmek New tools for Model 100, 102, 200: NumBa
NumBA
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Kaleb Marshall I hope to make the Model 100, Tandy 102, and Tandy 200 simple enough for any person to use.
Kalarm
Power-Alarm
TRNSFR.BA TRNSFR.BA allows you to transfer a .DO file from one Model T to another via a null-modem serial cable. This program has the advantage of transferring at 19200 baud, which means it takes seconds to transfer anything. The contents of the file are not displayed on screen. The disadvantage is that if a paragraph is greater than 256 bytes, it will put a paragraph mark in the middle of the paragraph. If anyone knows of a fix to this, please e-mail me at djjsak(at)gmail.com.
JERNAL.BA This is the program I use to insert the day of the week, date, and time in my jernal. It uses the format: Tuesday November 22, 2005 08:32:35 PM When you first run it, it creates a file named using the first three letters of the month, a dash, then the year. Sample: NOV-05.DO
NOMENU.DO This explains how to prevent the Model T from exiting to the menu when you have to shut it down in the middle of a document.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Howard Pepper Bought my first Model 100 in the mid 1980\'s and took it on a Mediterranean cruise while in the Navy. It was a great companion. I got my current \"first\" Model 100 from Rick, and now have another one, a Model 102, a Tandy 200 and a WP-2.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

John Hogerhuis http://bitchin100.com,http://bitchin100.blogspot.com
NEC_Personal_Application_Kit
TPDD
TEENY
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Ron Hudson Hey! I own a 102, but I probably use Virtual T more.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Jan Vanden bossche From Leuven, Flanders, Belgium. Owner of Models 100, 102 & 200, Olivetti M-10, Nec PC-8201 and Tandy WP-2.
DIGICS.DO BASIC file - DIGItizing the Character Set - creates a big (!) file in RAM where all the characters are layed out as text
DIGICS.TXT PC text file - DIGItizing the Character Set - the 'big' file, converted for PC use. View in Notepad with Terminal font.
KEYMAP.DO BASIC file - KEYboard MAP - displays your keyboard with GRaPH and other special key-combinations. Made on a 102.
PI.DO BASIC file - PI or 3,14159... - 2 ways to calculate PI and a way to display it when you have the older character set for the model 100, that can't.
C2.DO According to me, the most user-friendly display of the entire character set of your model T. Works on 100, 102, 200, M-10 and Virtual T. Just 1 (long) line of BASIC.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

David Szasz Proudly owned by several cranky m100\'s a m102, m200, WP-2, Olivetti M-10 plus a uncoperative NEC PC-8201a, a rusty 8300 and a 8401a \'Starlet\'. Just know enough BASIC and electronics to be dangerous!
Hello "Model T" world!
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Robert Smith http://www.smithvoice.com/trs80_100_traveling_software_test
Model100ProgramBook
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Daryl Tester
T102 Service Manual
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Randall Shreve As an Army MARS radio operator, I use Models 100 & 102 for portable packet operations. A Model 100 is also on full-time duty on my radio desk providing quick access to callsigns, frequencies and other data. The Tandy Model 102 is a wonderful writing too
Ls9.ba A simple Model 100 program for HAM radio operators to gain a general feel for S9 signal coverage (VHF) based upon antenna height.
Fq-wav.ba A simple Model 100 program to convert frequency to wavelength or wavelength to frequency for HAM or SWL applications.
   
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Lee Kelley Bought my first Model T in Fort Worth around 1990 have sense had 100s, 102s, 200s, 600s, M10, NECs, 1400, 1100, 1500, 2800, .... 2000s, 1200, 1000s, and now a Compaq but the 102 is still the best of them all.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

007 Comet I own a Model 100, power pillow, XR4, and extRAM.
Comet.doc Comet's résumé
comet.GIF Picture of Comet, suitable for rendering on a Model 100.
Comet.html Miscellaneous Windows freeware.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Wayne Winters Model Ts Forever
mwsr.ba MECHWARRIOR SKILL ROLLER program.
pigskn.ba Football! Easy to play! All one sided!
spdway.do Read this to learn how to drive SPDWAY.BA!
trek.ba The STAR TREK Game we've all been looking for.
spdway.ba Download SPDWAY.DO first. Then enjoy this.
mwsr.do Doc. for MWSR.BA so read this first.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Jake Bickhard Tandy forever!
Adverts
Micro 100 Magazine
wish.txt Just my personal wishlist...
tapestor.bmp MATS---MAssTapeStoragedevice. I dunno, I was bored.
RJTCW.txt Romeo and Juliet the Computer Way
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Brian Brindle Sat tracking software for the M100.
trk100.do Satellite tracking program for M100. (Requires keplrn.do) My modified version with Y2K Fix and with the tracking interface and the kep update routines removed is in this archive. Original TRK100 software can be downloaded here: ftp://ftp.amsat.org/amsat/software/model100 *Installation Instructions:* 1. Download TRK100.DO and KEPLRN.DO if you haven't already. 2. Connect your M100 to your PC with a Null Modem Cable. 3. On the M100 launch TELCOM and setup your com port. * I usually set my COM port to 1200 baud 8N1 with XON/XOFF. To do this issue the STAT 58N1E command at the Telecom: prompt. 4. After setting your baud rate and flow control above enter TERM. 5. Launch your favorite terminal program on your PC and configure the baud and flow control paramaters to match that of the M100. If using the above 58N1E insure that Software Flow Contorl is enabled. 6. Transfer via ASCII the two files listed above. * Hit F2 on the M100
keplrn.do Keplerian elements for tracking sats with trk100. See http://niedobry.freeshell.org/mod100/ for most recent.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Chris Osburn Includes RBASIC support programs
RBASIC Support
   
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Robert Pigford Programs for the Model M100/T102 and T200 that help enhance our experiences.
Number Conversion
VBASIC
VBASIC.BA VBASIC.BA (in tokenized BASIC format, not .DO format). While once available on the Club100 BBS, here it is again. This great program by Dr. William T. Verts is called VBASIC. Line numbers are no longer needed when writing your BASIC programs. VBASIC.BA translates the text form of a program that you created with a word processor (like TEXT). Line numbers are not needed. The resulting "translated" file is in .DO format file and subsequently can be LOADed into BASIC and run (and/or SAVEd). PLEASE see the March 1990 issue of Portable 100 Magazine on Club100.org for all the details. Edit line #1200 for compatibility with your model of ModelT (use 63032 for the M100/T102 series, or 61189 for the T200).
VBASIC.EXE Dr. William T. Verts also created and made available on the old Club100 BBS a version of his VBASIC called VBASIC.EXE. This is the same as VBASIC.BA but created in an executable form to run on a DOS computer. VBASIC.EXE will translate your un-numbered text program files and produce the same line numbered text file suitable for LOADing into BASIC that VBASIC.BA would. As an executable file, it is much faster on a DOS machine than VBASIC.BA on the ModelT. Note: It seems to run in a DOS window under Windows XP just fine. Remember to have your source file in the same directory as VBASIC.EXE. Interestingly, VBASIC.EXE can also be used to create a translated file for use with GWBASIC (for DOS) which also requires line numbers. Use GWBASIC commands and syntax in your text file, run VBASIC.EXE on it, and you will create a line numbered text file that can be LOADed into GWBASIC and run, etc. See the March 1990 issue of Portable 100 Magazine available on Club100.org for all the details of VBASIC usage.
   
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Rick Hanson Misc programs found but not forgotten...
   
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Adrian Ryan You will find some useful programming tools here, including a fully-featured DEBUG with a ROM and RAM code step feature as well as a useful 8080/8085 MS-DOS cross-assembler.
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