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Turtle2
Full title
1984
Year of release
Publisher
S. Leask
Producer / Author(s)
19K
Memory
Utility
Type
£3.00



Original Cost
  
Instructions


This graphic design package allows you to quickly and easily produce pictures, title pages etc. on the ACE screen.

Works with PLOT or its own 'Hi-res effect' graphics. Mix graphics and text ( Scribe 2 is recommended ).

SAVE and LOAD designs separately, add them to your programs to give them a nice finish, or use the 'Hi-res effect' graphics on their own. load turtle2 help stusoft 1985. Description. This graphic design package allows you to quickly and easily produce pictures, title pages etc. on the ACE screen. Works with PLOT or its own 'Hi-res effect' graphics. Mix graphics and text ( Scribe 2 is recommended ). SAVE and LOAD designs separately, add them to your programs to give them a nice finish, or use the 'Hi-res effect' graphics on their own. Instructions.

Help with give you full instructions.

Below PLOTT? in the dictionary are 2 screen-sized files, versions of plot for use with user defined graphics, and any files you put in before loading the program.

There are also seven special
characters files, CHRF1 -> CHRF7.
To see these run turtle2 in define mode,
and press keys z -> m

Z = CHRF1 -> M = CHRF7

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Plot* may be used instead of plot; it acts on the lower 4 bits of a character, 1/4 square values.

+---+---+
|  1  |  4  |
+---+---+
|  4  |  8  |
+---+---+


Load character files into memory with

32 CHRFn CHM
  ^      ^
  |       |
  |      + 1-7
  + space character

The means that character sets can be mixed on screen.

Fill the top half of the screen with ACSII 16 FIll the bottom half with ASCII 32,

6 CHRF1 CHM

32 CHRF5 CHM



will mean plot* ing in the top half will use CHRF1 characters, and in the bottom half, CHRF5 characters.

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Z = CHRF1 blocks ([])
X = CHRF2 squares ([])
C = CHRF3 circles (0)
V = CHRF4 spots (o)
B = CHRF5 dots (.)
N = CHRF6 crosses (+)
M = CHRF7 off-crossess (x}
Screen Shots
  

  


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