8 Bit Edited by C.J.Richardson. Send your submissions, formatted disc, 50p, return postage and packing to: The 8BS Questionnaire is to be found on TBI-00, the 8BS catalogue/info disc.If you have not completed one and sent it in to 8BS, you are invited to do so. TBI-00, the 8BS catalogue/info/utility disc is available as ADFS or DFS. The article you are reading now. Info for programs that do not contain their own documentation. In several sections. Help, Adverts and General Comments. Comments on programs. 8BS Member K6L offers the loan of books. Duncan Webster concludes his history of8BS. Daniel, it's your turn next, part 4 is already written! Info on the Disc Filing System commandsfor people without a manual. Very useful for newcomers. By Trevor Crapper. A sorted list of the most popular. Lists of 8BS members sorted by name andalso ID. Technical info for those interested in other disc formats. Number combinations by 3PM outlining the Combinations theory forming the basis of the weighing problem in Issue 38. An article by 3PM. Following on from his article and example in issue 39, K7T sends us a further article backed up with a practical application. Addresses. A little light relief from Mick York. Aslightly dubious explanation of how your PSU works. By: 15A Use: Message Utility Program name: SendMes Associated program/file/s: SendMC Language: BASIC+M/C QMesInf Please read the info file. The info file on this issue is a very abridged one. For full info please readthe documentation on TBI-00. By: K6N (B.Raw) Program name: SC#EXE DATA SC#MC Source Code: SC#ASS Data Files: Fil#eg1 Fil#std Language: BASIC+M/C Please read the program documentation article for more info from Brian. By: K4D (Lorin Knight) Program name: Type3D DATA 3DPic Language: BASIC Purpose: Shows how 3D pictures can be created with a typewriter or word processor. By: K6Q (L.T.Roberts) Program name: Change Language: BASIC Assembler Assembles a program that will relocate machine code programs for you. Please read the Program Documentation article available from the main menu. By: 2J3 (Chris Richardson) Program names: Split Join Language: BASIC Intended for splitting large text filesinto manageable lumps, and then joiningthe split files back together. Please see the program documentation article. By: 3PM (DP-J) Program name: Combi Language: BASIC An example program to go with the magazine article on the same subject. By: K7T (D.Ambrose) Program name: Address Dat1 Dat2 Dat3 Language: BASIC An example program to go with the magazine article on merging programs. By: K8B (A.Brandon) Use: Find occurrence of numbers. Program name: Lotter3 Andy wrote this program on the first day of the national lottery. It choosesnumbers at random and counts the occurrences. A highly dubious method, no more dubious than any other though. If you win using this I will expect youto buy the whole PD library! By: K2H (R.Boyce) Use: Select Numbers At Random. Program name: NatLot4 Has Ron cracked it with this one? Full info in the program. By: K8F (Stuart Angell) Use: Game Program name: DOM Doms1 Info by Stuart in the program documentation article. A two player game. Guide your dominoes around the screen. Be the last to have your dominoes topple. By: Fred Price Use: Print out a poem Program name: Ugly Fred sends us another masterpiece that goes straight to the printer. Info from Fred in the program documentation article. By: K2K (Peter Davy) Use: Simulate the lottery. Program name: Lotter5 Please read the program documentation article for the info on this polished program by Peter. I have re-named the program from the name Simlott to Lotter5 to keep track of the lottery programs.