Difference between revisions of "Synchronize Time with your NADS"

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Note: this program is formatted as it would look on your Model T at 40 characters-per-line. Each program line starts with a number. There are two lines of code. Hit enter at the end of each line of code, not the end of each 40 columns.
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Note: this program is formatted as it would look on your Model T at 40 characters-per-line, as you type it in from the BASIC prompt. From the main menu, launch BASIC. Observe that each program line starts with a number. There are two lines of code.
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As you type each line, hit enter at the end of each line of code, not the end of each 40 columns.
  
 
This is how programs were formatted for type-in in hobbyist magazines.
 
This is how programs were formatted for type-in in hobbyist magazines.

Revision as of 10:29, 12 January 2009

This program will synchronize your time and date with NADSBox.

Note, you will have to set the DAY$ separately since this code doesn't do that calculation.

The program appears below, formatted for easy type-in on the TRS-80 Model 100 or Tandy 102.

1 MAXFILES=2:DEFSTRA-F:F="COM:98N1E":OPE
NFFOROUTPUTAS1:OPENFFORINPUTAS2:E=CHR$(5
):C=CHR$(13):?#1,E;"time";C;E;"date";C;:
INPUT#2,A:A=STR$(VAL(A)+(RIGHT$(A,1)="p"
AND12))+RIGHT$(A,7):MID$(A,1)="0":TIME$=
MID$(A,LEN(A)-8,8)
2 INPUT#2,A:MID$(A,1)="0":L=LEN(A)-9:DAT
E$=MID$(A,L,2)+"/"+MID$(A,3+L,2)+"/"+RIG
HT$(A,2)

Note: this program is formatted as it would look on your Model T at 40 characters-per-line, as you type it in from the BASIC prompt. From the main menu, launch BASIC. Observe that each program line starts with a number. There are two lines of code.

As you type each line, hit enter at the end of each line of code, not the end of each 40 columns.

This is how programs were formatted for type-in in hobbyist magazines.