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Extensions to Apple BASIC with ampersands

After a bit of research, it turns out it was Applesoft. The interpreter had a feature where, if it encountered an ampersand during execution of the program, it would unconditionally jump to a ...
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How to make a maximally compatible Integer BASIC (Apple II) game disk for the Internet Archive?

Is there some way to easily set up a disk to boot an Integer Basic program regardless of Apple II? Only if that Apple is equipped with a language card, as DOS can quite well simply run an Integer ...
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Extensions to Apple BASIC with ampersands

While paxdiablo answered the question confirming that it was AppleSoft, I can point out three things related to it as an extension: When you load your extension, it should attempt to relocate itself ...
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How to make a maximally compatible Integer BASIC (Apple II) game disk for the Internet Archive?

To make a disk that starts up directly into an Integer BASIC program on a system with Applesoft in ROM and a language card (][+, //e, etc), do this: Make a copy of the DOS 3.3 System Master disk. ...
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