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Icon 00-index.txt 12,291 1994/9/7 [03:30:26]
Icon descript.ion 6,346 2015/10/25 [22:43:28]
Icon files.bbs 7,197 1994/9/14 [17:01:42]
Icon files.pcb 11,103 1994/8/29 [20:12:14]
Icon pcp-tcj.lbr 11,008 1992/5/13 [22:52:30] PC-Pursuit scripts for MEX from Jay Sage's TCJ column in issue 45.
Icon readme.txt 1,393 1994/8/26 [11:41:48] Note about the release in disk form of these articles from The Computer Journal.
Icon tcj-zdos.lbr 43,648 1992/5/13 [22:52:36] Articles about ZSDOS/ZDDOS BDOS replacement by its authors.
Icon tcj25.mag 8,064 1994/9/2 [22:24:24]
Icon tcj25.mzg 4,480 1992/5/13 [22:46:50] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 25 announcing the formation of ZSIG, the Z-Systems Special Interest Group.
Icon tcj26.mag 25,856 1994/9/2 [22:24:24]
Icon tcj26.mzg 12,288 1992/5/13 [22:46:52] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 26 with suggestions on optimization Z-System speed, especially on floppy-only systems.
Icon tcj27.mag 33,152 1994/9/2 [22:24:24]
Icon tcj27.mzg 15,744 1992/5/13 [22:46:56] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 27 covering advances in flow control (IF/THEN/ELSE) processing and command-line generators, such as aliases and shells.
Icon tcj28.mag 45,440 1994/9/2 [22:24:24]
Icon tcj28.mzg 21,504 1992/5/13 [22:47:00] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 28 including a proper treatment of recursive aliases and techniques for customizing Z-COM (now obsolete thanks to NZCOM).
Icon tcj29.mag 61,952 1994/9/2 [22:24:26]
Icon tcj29.mzg 26,752 1992/5/13 [22:47:06] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 29, in which the release of ZCPR version 3.3 is announced
Icon tcj30.ws 37,504 1994/9/2 [22:24:26]
Icon tcj30.wz 18,176 1992/5/13 [22:47:08] 18176 05-13-92 Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 30. The release of a Z-System-aware version of WordStar is announced. There is a sneak JetFind text searcher is described.
Icon tcj31upd.ws 73,216 1994/9/2 [22:24:36]
Icon tcj31upd.wz 34,176 1992/5/13 [22:47:14] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 31 dealing with ARUNZ. The text has been modified to reflect later syntax changes in the program.
Icon tcj32.ws 46,080 1994/9/2 [22:24:36]
Icon tcj32.wz 22,400 1992/5/13 [22:47:20] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 32. NZCOM is described in detail. So is ZCPR 3.4.
Icon tcj33upd.ws 51,456 1994/9/2 [22:24:38]
Icon tcj33upd.wz 25,728 1992/5/13 [22:47:24] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 33 dealing again with ARUNZ. This text, like that in issue 31, has been updated to reflect changes in ARUNZ's syntax in later versions.
Icon tcj34.ws 24,960 1994/9/2 [22:24:38]
Icon tcj34.wz 12,032 1992/5/13 [22:47:28] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 34. The release of Z3PLUS, Z-System for CP/M-Plus computers is announced. PRL files and type-4 Z-System programs are described.
Icon tcj34bmm.ws 34,432 1994/9/2 [22:24:38]
Icon tcj34bmm.wz 16,256 1992/5/13 [22:47:30] Bridger Mitchell's first TCJ column, from issue 34, covers various approaches to enhancing the operating system, especially using RSXs (Resident System Extensions).
Icon tcj35-l1.ws 6,656 1994/9/2 [22:24:38]
Icon tcj35-l1.wz 2,176 1992/5/13 [22:47:38] Program listings for Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 35, covering ways to patch over errors in the coding of WordStar 4.
Icon tcj35-l1.z80 9,728 1994/9/2 [22:24:38]
Icon tcj35-l1.zz0 4,864 1992/5/13 [22:47:40] Source code for WordStar 4 patches from Jay Sage's TCJ column in issue 35.
Icon tcj35.ws 29,440 1994/9/2 [22:24:38]
Icon tcj35.wz 13,824 1992/5/13 [22:47:34] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 35. The subject of shells (ZCPR2 and ZCPR3 types) is covered in detail. Fixes for mistakes in the shell coding in WordStar 4 are also presented.
Icon tcj35bmm.ws 39,040 1994/9/2 [22:24:40]
Icon tcj35bmm.wz 18,944 1992/5/13 [22:47:44] Bridger Mitchell's TCJ column from issue 35 covering file systems, the way a computer organizes and maintains data.
Icon tcj36.ws 36,352 1994/9/2 [22:24:40]
Icon tcj36.wz 17,152 1992/5/13 [22:48:10] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 36 covering the ZFILER point-and-shoot shell.
Icon tcj36bmm.ws 25,728 1994/9/2 [22:24:40]
Icon tcj36bmm.wz 13,312 1992/5/13 [22:48:14] Bridger Mitchell's TCJ column from issue 36 covering the subject of environmentally aware programming. This column should be read by all programmers!
Icon tcj37-l1.ws 3,200 1994/9/2 [22:24:28]
Icon tcj37-l1.wz 2,048 1992/5/13 [22:48:20] Listings of current Z-Nodes from Jay Sage's column is issue 37.
Icon tcj37-l2.ws 3,712 1994/9/2 [22:24:28]
Icon tcj37-l2.wz 2,048 1992/5/13 [22:48:22] Listing of program UTILPAT from for making hardware-specific programs work under NZCOM. From Jay Sage's column is issue 37.
Icon tcj37-l3.ws 1,024 1994/9/2 [22:24:28]
Icon tcj37-l3.wz 896 1992/5/13 [22:48:24] Listing of ZFILER macro definitions presented in Jay Sage's column is issue 37.
Icon tcj37.ws 38,144 1994/9/2 [22:24:28]
Icon tcj37.wz 17,920 1992/5/13 [22:48:18] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 37 with the second installment on ZFILER. Many other subjects are also covered, including patching hardware-specific programs to work under NZCOM, ways to program for compatibility, and methods for making PRL files without a PRL-capable linker.
Icon tcj37bmm.ws 25,984 1994/9/2 [22:24:28]
Icon tcj37bmm.wz 13,056 1992/5/13 [22:48:26] Bridger Mitchell's TCJ column from issue 37 covering in depth the subject of input and output under an operating system.
Icon tcj38.ws 26,368 1994/9/2 [22:24:28]
Icon tcj38.wz 12,800 1992/5/13 [22:48:30] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 38 covering shells and ZEX, more on Z2 vs. Z3 shells, and system security under Z-System.
Icon tcj38bmm.ws 25,856 1994/9/2 [22:24:30]
Icon tcj38bmm.wz 12,928 1992/5/13 [22:48:34] Bridger Mitchell's TCJ column from issue 38 covering more environmental programming issues, such as preserving CPU registers. A second important subject covered here is batch processing and the advances in ZEX, the most powerful Z-System batch processor.
Icon tcj39.ws 14,336 1994/9/2 [22:24:30]
Icon tcj39.wz 7,296 1992/5/13 [22:48:36] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 39. This column shows how NZCOM offers capabilities for system enhancement that go significantly beyond what manually installed Z-Systems can achieve. The article specifically deals with the use of NZCOM's VBIOS code to allow on-the-fly BIOS modifications.
Icon tcj39lh.ws 33,792 1994/9/2 [22:24:30]
Icon tcj39lh.wz 16,384 1992/5/13 [22:48:40] Article by Lee Hart on "Programming for Performance" from TCJ issue 39.
Icon tcj40.ws 30,208 1994/9/2 [22:24:30]
Icon tcj40.wz 15,488 1992/5/13 [22:48:42] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 40, covering the new Z-System version of BDS C and discussing topics related to setting up a RAS (Remote Access System, or RCPM or BBS).
Icon tcj40lh.ws 20,352 1994/9/2 [22:24:32]
Icon tcj40lh.wz 10,496 1992/5/13 [22:48:46] Another article by Lee Hart, from issue 40, covering the importance of "Knowing the Hardware".
Icon tcj40tp.ws 16,640 1994/9/2 [22:24:32]
Icon tcj40tp.wz 8,064 1992/5/13 [22:48:48] An article by Terry Pinto from issue 40 describing how to connect mammoth hard drives to a CP/M computer without eating up the entire TPA with BIOS tables. Terry tells how he did it with his Ampro computer.
Icon tcj41.ws 23,936 1994/9/2 [22:24:32]
Icon tcj41.wz 11,904 1992/5/13 [22:48:52] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 41 with lots more on aliases and ARUNZ, with some useful examples.
Icon tcj41mex.cl2 5,120 1992/5/13 [22:48:54] A message from Roger Bond with a very clever MEX alias. This was printed in TCJ issue 41.
Icon tcj42.ws 35,712 1994/9/2 [22:24:32]
Icon tcj42.wz 18,176 1992/5/13 [22:48:58] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 42. This column steps back and takes a basic look at what an operating system is for. It then describes the numerous niceties introduced by the Z-System.
Icon tcj42lm.ws 29,824 1994/9/2 [22:24:32]
Icon tcj42lm.wz 15,232 1992/5/13 [22:49:02] Chris (Lee) McEwen's article from issue 42 in which he describes how a complete neophyte managed to bring up an RCPM (RAS) using NZCOM and BYE.
Icon tcj43.ws 14,592 1994/9/2 [22:24:34]
Icon tcj43.wz 8,064 1992/5/13 [22:49:04] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 43 telling how to perform advanced customization of NZCOM.
Icon tcj44.ws 37,888 1994/9/2 [22:24:34]
Icon tcj44.wz 18,816 1992/5/13 [22:49:08] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 44 covering the first of a two-part discussion of MEX-Plus, with its advanced script language.
Icon tcj45.lbr 24,704 1992/5/13 [22:52:40] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 45 with the second part of the discussion of MEX. It presents some advanced scripts for dealing with the PC-Pursuit service.
Icon tcj46.ws 25,728 1994/9/2 [22:24:34]
Icon tcj46.wz 12,800 1992/5/13 [22:49:12] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 46, whose main subject was part 1 of a discussion of the PMATE/ZMATE text editor, with its very powerful macro scripting language. A useful patch for The Word Plus spelling check is also presented.
Icon tcj47.txt 32,000 1994/9/2 [22:24:34]
Icon tcj47.tzt 14,976 1992/5/13 [22:49:16] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 47, with part 2 of the discussion of PMATE/ZMATE. The macro command language is described in some detail.
Icon tcj48.ws 40,832 1994/9/2 [22:24:26]
Icon tcj48.wz 20,608 1992/5/13 [22:52:46] Jay Sage's TCJ column from issue 48, cover- ing lots of small subjects related to ZEX. There are lots of ZEX scripts that illustrate the nifty things that ZEX can accomplish. In particular, there are scripts that improve the operation of MEX-Plus and The Word spelling checker.
Icon wildcat.txt 7,099 1994/9/14 [18:05:52]

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