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jatranks is currently offline  jatranks
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Date: Fri, 15-Feb-85 21:57:00 EST
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Nf-From: uok!jatranks    Feb 15 20:57:00 1985


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       Does anyone have a termcap for the Apple //e?
       I would really appreciate any info about //e termcaps.

				Thanks,
						Todd
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Re: Apple//e termcap anyone? [message #113818 is a reply to message #113802] Tue, 17 September 2013 14:47 Go to previous message
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 >         I would really appreciate any info about //e termcaps.

I post one every once in a while (last time was a couple of days ago).
Generally, you either use the raw Apple //e 80-column extended ROM,
which is not very satisfactory, or firmware built into some other
vendor's 80-column card, or a software terminal emulator program,
which often includes telecommunications and file transfer features.
Most such terminal emulators work with a termcap for a well-known
terminal type such as VT100.
Re: Apple//e termcap anyone? [message #113820 is a reply to message #113802] Tue, 17 September 2013 14:47 Go to previous message
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Date: Fri, 22-Feb-85 13:48:00 EST
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ab|apple2e|Apple //e:\
        :bl=^G:bw:cd=4*^K:ce=4^]:cl=100^L:co#80:ho=^Y:is=^R^N:kd=^J:kl=^H:\
        :kr=^U:ku=^K:li#24:me=^N:mr=^O:ms:nw=100\r:rs=^R^N:se=^N:sf=^W:so=^O:\
        :sr=^V:up=^_:\
        :bs:nc:
ap|apple2e-p|Apple //e via Pascal:\
        :cm=^^%r%+ %+ :tc=apple2e:
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