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Before the end of the 1978 
calendar year, Commodore's new 
executive offices will be located 
in one of the first two solar 
energy industrial buildings in 
the United States; quite possibly 
in the world. Solar power will 
supply at least 90% of the heating, 
hot water and air conditioning 
requirements of the 60,000 square 
foot building, virtually eliminating 
the need for fossil fuel, winter or 
summer. 

The building and its neighbor, 
each with massive cast-concrete 
fascia soaring skyward over the 
front facade, were .the only indus- 



trial buildings to be awarded a 
solar grant by the U.S. Govern- 
ment's Energy Research' and 
Development administration in 
a competition among 80 appli- 
cants in 35 states. 

The buildings are located in 
the Oakmead industrial complex 
in Santa Clara, approximately 
fifteen miles south of Palo Alto. - 

It is fitting that your Com- 
pany, engaged in high technology 
electronics, should establish 
headquarters in one of the most 
advanced technology buildings 
ever designed. 




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Dear PET Users, 

On "behalf of Commodore Business Machines, Inc., I would like 

to express my heartiest welcome to the COMMODORE U.S. PET USERS* 

CLUB. 

I am pleased that Commodore can now offer this vehicle for 
effective communication among all PET Users within the United 
States of America. We have established similar clubs in those 
countries where Commodore is represented through its own sales 
offices, namely Canada, Germany, Japan and England. 

This club has my sincere support but, needless to say, it's 
\fj-p success is largely dependant upon each one of you. 

Once again, I would like to say "Welcome to Commodore" and that, 
in the years ahead, Commodore pledges to continue successful 
responses to the changes and challenges of the electronic industry. 



Zely , 

Dennis R. Barnhart 

Vice President, Marketing and Sales 



NEWSLETTER CONTENTS 

COMMODORE NEWS 

SOFTWARE 

PERIPHERALS AND ATTACHMENTS 

APPLICATIONS 

PROGRAMMING 

USERS' DIRECTORY AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 

DEALER LIST 

Commodore IMews 

This issue initiates the formation of The Commodore U.S. PET 
USERS' CLUB, and is the first of our monthly newsletter which will 
be sent to each Club Member. The Charter of The Commodore U.S. 
PET USERS' CLUB is to provide a method of sharing up to date 
information, applications and programs relating to the PET Computer 
between the many PET owners, users and the manufacturer. Details 
on becoming a member are outlined in the enclosed flyer. 

We would like to publish features from PET Users concerning 
specific applications, interesting discoveries or even bits worthy 
of sharing. If you would like to contribute to future newsletters, 
please send your article, letter or comments to: 

Commodore Business Machines, Inc. 
901 California Ave. 
Palo Alto, CA 94304 
Attn: The Editor 

Commodore U.S. PET USERS' .CLUB 



NEW PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENTS 



During the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the 
following new PETs were previewed. Each product will be high- 
lighted in future issues prior to production availability. 



MODEL 



DESCRIPTION 



PRICE 



AVAILABILITY 



PET 2001-8 Computer 



PET 2001-8 
Users Manual 



PET 2001-16N 
Computer 



PET 2001-16B 
Computer 



PET 2001-32N 
Computer 



PET 2001-32B 
Computer 



Standard PET with integral $795.00 
cassette and calculator 
type keyboard 8K bytes of 
memory. (7167 net). 

160 Page expanded user $ 9.95 
manual covering all 
facets of user operation 
programming and I/O for 
PET computers. 

PET with 16K bytes of $995.00 
memory and large key- 
board with separate 
numeric pad & graphics 
on keys. External 
cassette optional. 
(15,359 net) 

As above but has standard $995.00 
typewriter keyboard. Ho 
graphic keys. 



NOW 



Identical to 2001-16N 
with 32R bytes of 
memory. (31,743 net) 

Identical to 2001-16B 
with 32K bytes of 
memory. (31,743 net) 



$1,195.00 



$1,195.00 



nov; 
order 
P/N 320845 



MAY 79 



For Commodore's new Peripherals announcemnts, please see the 

Peripherals and Attachment section. 
PET 2001-8 USER MANUAL 



MAY 79 



MAY 79 



MAY 79 



The new comprehensive PET 2001-8 User Manual is now in stock. If 



you desire this manual, send us your proof of purchase, serial §§k\\ 
number and a handling charge of $3.50. Please allow 2-4 weeks 
for delivery. 

PET 2001-8 SERVICE KIT 

For those of you who are handier than most, you may wish to order 

THE PET 2001-8 SERVICE KIT (p/n 320405) which contains the 

following: 

Booklet "Testing the PET Computer" 

Cassette "PET Test Programs" 

Two Connectors 

Video Display Circuit Schematic and Supplement 

Parts Location for the Video Display Assembly 

Video Display Assembly Component Cross Reference 

Main Logic Board Schematic (9 Sheets) 

Main Logic Board Assembly Component Cross Reference 

Send your deck for $30.00 (California residents must add 
appropriate sales tax. ) to : 

COMMODORE BUSINESS MACHINES, INC. 
901 California Ave. 
Palo Alto, Calif. 94304 
ATTN: Customer Service 

If you have already purchased a service kit and have not received 

an ERRATA sheet please write Customer Service and it will be 

mailed to you immediately. 

For expediting your service needs, contact your local Authorized 
PET Dealer (see list at end of Newsletter). 



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Software 



This section will deal with PET Software available thru Commodore 
for the PET. We shall also be reviewing the latest programs in 
some detail and be making some general comments about obtaining 
software for your PET, 

COMMODORE MASTER LIBRARY - These programs are professionally written, 
completely documented, and debugged. The following programs are 
available (or will be soon) thru your authorized Commodore PET Dealer. 



MACHINE LANGUAGE MONITOR 

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M#chinf »jfi|fu* ( r 

Part So 32IOOO IV .9 5 

H! VERSAL ANI»Nl'Mlll K REVERSE 
Re-tenal i* f. oii.m-fch.re s teuton oi Itiitcti*. a 
jijntr ol siijlryy pla\ej m, , h v r* Kualil, nuuh 

bkr a chess ui checker* hoatd 

Nuirthrr Rr^rnr • it anolliei yame lt> Uv Uhii mlrl 

life live and lopu 

Part Nu 32100! IV 95 

HILT PLANNER ASH BIORHYIHM 
l>te I PUltHef (H> les IVaiiik | Iteieitmnek III* iJr«l 
fetiejil fm j mil lit ijtfii y<tui ayr. tea and hods 
frame Should >oo » iih ii> Ikw steteJti, >.»ut PLT 
will dnplay tl i«- caloric miake regained fm you to 
reach your gml 

Binrhythm ■ Hill indicate your mie llcilual roniiiiinil 
and pin wol cycles at'tuiding !*»» srefl tevaidrd 
Iff if i oT compulations base d on hehasiui 

Nu Ni. 32100: 51495 

TARGET PONG AShOtt Till * ALL 

T arjrt Puny Insert paddle i in the path of a fall 
moving ball lo dc fle ci ihe hall into a | at yet The 
secret is to use the fewest mini he i of paddle* and 
the least time in hit the taiyrt tmi im.r lit irally 
much mine difficult than n tcmttdi It it*#mn 
deiterny and yuamnees you lun 
Off ihr W»ll itciacily the i*pp**nle 

Pan Nu 321003 SV95 

A TREASURE TROVE OF GAMES 

Lunar Lender ■ Vou must male the l.unji I scufucm 
Module land softly on ihe moon 

Rotate ■ is a puvle « » 4 by 4 t nd Tlie van 
u If i iirinir ihe leilers in se 41 jencr in as fen moves 
is pmuMr V*i) louyj. at fusi Hut n tan hr done 
*umpui Clues are all yj*en and vou must find 
Ihe Rumpus on the basts of ihevili.es and yet 
hjm before he yets sou 

Tar Tae Tor Set if y.iu can heat s out I'l 1 at this 
uld lehahle yamc 

Part So 321004 59 95 

■ASK BASIC (Fly Ralph James and Ron LoJewyck) 
A itaJ tutorial proyiam intiodunny you in the MASK 
Unyuaie You proceed al v«>ur own pace and can 
actually learn PHi HASIC hi trsriil Ikhms and 
thrn hryin yout o«n pioyramminy 
Ovs just 4k of R AM memory 

Part No 321005 IM9S 

GALAXY GAMES M'eiri Miarul 

> "n if »e gutted lc ntaneiivfl vout spate ship »lnle 
tinny al lhf enrni) and It the wine tune. a*md 
hittiitjt a Mar 

Part Nu 3 2100*. V* 95 

MORTGAGE 

Almost a nustiomer. hetauv this plop art) is tollable 
«oi only (in people touudenny huyinji oi vlliny 
piopeilj hut also lot anyime t onte tnplaimy hm 
luwiny in lendirif money 

Part Nn 321007 514 95 

IlRA^POkER 

N on |ilas I >i ** Pt-ilfi ayamU the Ifuv * nli i*i, 
pan mi he net hi win 

Pari No 321008 S9 95 

kLA( KJACK 

Plate your hei «nd » iu h voui ft 7 deal out the 

cat ds «s you ir> lo beai the houte 

Part N* 321009 59 95 



SPA(ErK.Hr (By U>maid k. S»eaiman) 
Kite iniNMWs at eai.li otlwi in ihis twu player 
tame 

Part No 321010 $9 95 

SPA<E1REk 

Ttn» is the PIT »ernori of thr familiar yanx many 
voinpuiei enthuuasts ln«>« ai "itartiek ** 

Order Part So 32101 1 59 95 

SUKKPOR 1 1 OLIO ANALYSIS PACKAGE 
Huh ihts packay* youi PkT can Ltep Hack uf yiwr 
IHxL [Mil if win i and ptovide you with mtiani analyai 
uf Mi curient value and raic of iciurn 

Part No 321012 S:495 

BASK FINANCE/ INVESTMENT 
ANALYSIS PACKAGE 

91 iih this pailaye of pioyi^ms youi PrT van asaist 
\(Hi in makiiiy imestntenl iteviMons in»ohiiif the 
imctdCiion ol lime and money Thi> includes calen 
dar loan A unnf taUuljimm alony with depiecia- 
tion analyus 

Part No 321013 524 95 

BASIC MATH PACKAGE 

This compielif ni*ve packaye lurni your PET into an 
efficient interaLlive calculaiur capable of sol* my 
niany toinnioit matheioatical piohlenn This include! 
mains toalh tontines. IfCtui aitlhmetic. inyonom- 
eiT>. and numerical mieyrauun and diffeientuiion 

Pari No 3110)4 529 95 

ihi pit siwm 

Ue l.«sr put |..»-,ihel |..u> uV... |M.yiam» e> |M -.ulls 
ik-uimrJ i.'ss. 'i.tjdii iuu PI 1 » ii»!:*i u**4hi»ra 
IhiMikhurs (Kino, Manila la (.UpltU k 4t*6 

WmW(h<k 

Pan N„ <2IOI5 5995 

NTAllSIKSPAl K*,GI 

Tins pa. kaye s an a^isl > * N i in llii aoals gs of dala 
Ihr Iimsi |-. a t J ...i m.l.ok r , ..ji M Jt |»ii.i 1 leili 
.••neljii-'t, «i..l nfr, .,,.,, ,.,1,1, ,,,„ tir 

Ian S» 321(00 529 95 
(Mr IK HOOK 

Tins pfo)ii«tll piosiilc* an ttw . r lire inelhod 

for krrpmy ha.k of y*mi ihr.kit.t- a..«uit| 

Part No 321021 524 95 

Rl AMY MNAM'IAL ASM YSIS 

h*n ptolr^i.mj Nrjl I Hair nmth.it aitd Mo.ker* 
lnju(| ( \ HAIaJlntriM ialrs t jvh fl,.» . pioperly 
«peiaiiom and an Jytit 

Pan No 321022 559 95 

*RHF I0RFAIM I SSONS 

This senei of proyiaius cnniams Mi lessous deuynrd 
lo stipptrmenl a leadiny pioj-taftl in uaihioy stiulrnii 
hasu »oid atlack skills nriessaiv |i»if*d*tt| The 
ptuptm* aif d' sijmed fm use in the pmnaiv yiatles 

Part Nn 321100 539 95 

RHYMING 

Tins po.yiam »as desiyned hi help tea v h the Coocepl 
of rhyrniny »oidl The putptm t\ de\iyned (oi uv 
an Ihe piin.ary yiadei 

Part Nn 321 1 10 59 95 
4IJ-MAHETI/ING 

l>in po.yiam «»- dr^f-ied lo help leavh thr i.»uepl 
of alphaheurtny The priifrani is itew^ttei) for use in 
the primary fyadei 

Pan So 321111 59 95 



GUESS A SENTENCE 

This seises of emtff*f*» «as desiyned to help teach the 
ti>nvepi pf ideftllf s tttf fc«#l;rt»>1f vniences The 
p:ojjan*aif dfMk"fj fsw uv ir. tl«- piir^j'y yi*des 

Pan No. 321112 S2995 

SPELLING 

This pioyum »»-■ iir».ytied |*i help teach a sii.dent lo 
ip<ll »srud» identified hy the student 

Pari No 321113 59.95 

THE STATES AND THE CAPITALS 

Tlif* i»r pi.');;anis weie destyned to teach the 
rumrs jpethny and hvauons of the Tims \tates and 
then capitals LsccUent uv of PFT yiaphics are 
demnmtraled by the« piuyrami 

Part No. 321114 514.95 

PROJK IIL1 MOIION 

l*irv !*•• plt>:a:tn levirm Hit haui de Wi.nuxis uf 
kH.r'i.«!l.t h> J.-j...» •>lli ihe ai.at«»l> wl pioycCllle 
lif.lltrii 

Part No .321202 519.95 
MfiMtMLM asi»isir(;y 

Tliese t»u pto^faois deal «Hh Ihr Luiiveptl uf llticat 
i',.-::te nlum. ii'ipukr kinetii enetfy arid »«nk. 

Pan No 321203 519.95 

Pl'llf \ SYS M MS 

Their km piopafhs deal ssllli the ait lis Ui of i simple 
n.j.lttur a pul'e y fy sinn consist my o f sincjc double 
m triple fitted auJ nimaW* blocks "Die ^or.vepti of 
wotk anJ effuieik) are ff.ie»ed 

Pan No 321207 51995 

1 1 SSI SASH MIRRORS 

Ihrv ls%«< pit-ria:>.s di-jl with thr im*fi lonniny 
|Mo(H-itiesnl const* nttnou and lenses 

Part No . 321217 519 95 

M KHS PAR All M.I IK( LIT ANALYSIS 

The «■ l« •< piofiams dral s»ill. Ihr ai.iK its of a wiK'Ull 
in ttJttvh i smiJr leusioi. Rl . is in vnes «sith a 
|a:alle!o<t^.i.ati..nof reMvlMit. RT and K" 

Part Nn 321221 519.95 

llll MOU (OSlEPT 

Oiry (».i piojiunn if » if* i\\t mole kiuibepi and the 
• lltlllf «<f il.i:".l. jl foioiulas , 

Part Ne» 321224 519.95 

MOl AKIH (ONCEPT 

ITie^c !*•' p 'f j*n* Am! »ilh the concepl nf 

fWiiafl!) 

Tan Nn 321225 51995 

STOHHIOML1RY General 

Tltrv tsso pfitfjms ii.sohr miss man. mais'*oKime 

oi solome soIjok irlaiNM'sJ'.ipi m chemtval reacmwsi 

Pan Nn 321231 519.95 

NAMING COMPOl'NOS DRILLS 
Tlif -* 1*1* pri'Cii"*s yive the *i intent pia^lKe tn 
miitmy ihe na*'«esot ■.henn. al itwnptnmdt yt^en 
the foimula 

PartNn 32I2U 51995 

I OR Ml 'LAS 01 rOMWH'NIiS ItRILLS 
T>t^>e )*«• pt.fiaon yise ihe M.i.tent piaVMf in 
ssriiiny formulas of ihenikal kiNiipounds wlioae 
names aie ynrn 

Pan Km UI2.M 519 95 

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NEW SOFTWARE 

The following programs from our operation overseas are in the 
process of being added to our Master Library. Pricing and Ordering 
information will be included in February's Issue. 



ROCKSTOCK 

This is a stock control program designed to work on a PET sy6tem 
with a second external cassette deck. The use of a second cassette 
deck enables a virtually limitless number of items to be stored on 
tape. A feature of this program is that depending on the user's 
security level a password ensures that not all items on record 
will be displayed, e.g. buying price. This program is best suited 
when transactions are entered once daily and a daily summary of the 
latest position of a large number of items is then required. 

ARDEKSTOCK 

This is a stock control program designed to work on a stand alone 
PET. The program will handle up to 90 products recording any 
period of issues and receipts as well as reporting their free stock 
position and stock value. Re-oider levels can be set and 'on 
order' goods also shown. This program is best suited when quicker 
inf orrr.at ion is needed on a relatively small number of items. 

COSTING 

Cost report generating system covers up to 200 descriptions and 
costs. This can be altered by adding new records or changing 
existing ones. A two part coding system gives the grand total 
of the records and also up to 20 sub totals. The second part of 
the coding system allows for another 20 sub totals to be used 
independantly. It is easy for the user to specify the changes he 
wishes to make. Once the initial file set up has been performed, 
only one program is required to edit, add and delete records and 
print out the various totals available. This system is well 
documented and should be understood by inexperienced users. 

DA TA EASE UTILITY 

This is an aid to businessmen wanting to design their own systems 

and will help them create their own programs for such areas as 

stock control, mailing lists and personnel records. It allows 

the user to create, maintain and examine files of data on cassettes. 

AltnGLgh sucn files contain within themselves descriptions of the 

file structure, the actual user dote car, readily be processed 

by the user's own application program. Tne file contains logical 

:ecorcs with a co-imon format: all 6ai n is held as strings. 

Second cassette deck needed. 

SU--VTV ANALYSIS 

This program will analyse the coded results of a small to redium 
size survey, e.g. 80 re;. pontes to a questionnaire of 12 questions. 

sham: 

This progiam is written by a well known Professor of Computer 
Science. It converts PET into a simulated 16 bit abstract machine 
desicned for use in an elementary Computer Science course. It 
aims to teach the elc. ents of machine code programming. 

D ISAS.'.EMU LER 

6S00 series full disassembler asks for decimal starting location 
and lists from this point, gives full mnemonics and handles ASCII 
tables. 

KACHIKE CODE HANDLER 

This program allows you to type a list of HXX codes from a given 
location. These routines can then be called using the SYS verb. 

HEX EDITOR AND LOADER 

This allows you t6 edit, insert, delete, load and save KEX programs. 

LEAST SQUARES 

This program uses a well established formula for fitting a curve 
to any set of data points. 



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S OFTWARE REVIEW 

In this issue, Commodore's Basic Finance/Investment Analysis and 
Real Estate Packages are reviewed. 



BASIC FINANCE/ 

INVESTMENT ANALYSIS PACKAGE 

With this package of programs your PET can assist 
you in making investment decisions involving the 
interaction of time and money. 

The Calendar Calculation Program is a perpetual 
calendar and then some. You can convert from Julian 
to Gregorian dates and vice versa. You can determine 
the number of days and years between any two dates, 
or add a specified number of days, months or years 
to another date. In addition, you can ask your PET 
to display a calendar for any month in the past or 
future. 

The Loan Calculator Program is multi-purpose. 
Your PET will calculate any one of principal, interest, 
term or regular repayment for you. If desired, the 
calculation can be performed with a balloon type 
last payment. Payments on the loan can be specified 
to be monthly, bimonthly , quarterly, semi-annually, 
or annually. All calculations are performed to the 
nearest cent. Thus if a regular repayment calculation 
is requested, your PET will calculate both the regular 
repayment and the last payment required to pay off 
the loan exactly. On request, the program will also 
display a schedule of repayments, equity, interest 
and outstanding balance. 

The Depreciation Analysis Program enables your PET 
to prepare a schedule of depreciation for fixed assets 
according to any of the three common methods: 
straight-line, declining balance, or sum-of-the-years- 
digits. For planning purposes the display can be on 
an annual basis, while for more detailed work the 
month-to-month depreciation can be examined. The 
program is sufficiently flexible to allow analysis of 
assets placed in service midway through a fiscal year. 

The Savings Calculator Program is also multi-purpose. 
You can use it to calculate the periodic deposits 
nceccssary-lo reach a savings goal, the time necessary 
to reach such a goal, or the savings that will be 
accumulated by a sequence of deposits. You can 
specify that intciest is to be compounded continu- 
ously, daily, weekly, monthly, bimonthly, quarterly, 
semi-annually, or annually. The program automatical- 
ly calculates the effective annual interest rate. You 



may specify that regular periodic deposits are made 
to your savings plan. You may also examine the 
future effect of irregular deposits to and withdrawals 
from the plan. 

The basic Finance/Investment Analysis Package 
includes full documentation on the correct appli- 
cation and use of all four programs. 

REALTY FINANCIAL ANALYSIS 

This package is designed for use by professional 
Real Estate investors and brokers. It includes install- 
ment sales and cash flow, calculations along with 
property operations and analysis. 

1. Financial Analysis 

This program calculates future and present values, 
payment amounts, interest rates, number of pay- 
ments, yield and purchase prices, balloon payments, 
amortization schedules, and cash flows. 

2. Annual Property Operating Data 

The Annual Property Operating Data (APOD) pro- 
gram is a good way to quickly analyze income pro- 
perty from a static point of view. 

APOD calculates Cash Flow before taxes, Capitali- 
zation and Gross Multiplier. The program allows the 
user to change (he price, income, expenses and/or 
financing and instantly see the effect of the change 
or changes on the investment. 

3. Cash Flow Analysis 

Cash Flow Analysis was designed as a quick method 
to analyze real estate investments not only from a 
static point wluch is the APOD form; but 3lso to do 
cash flow projections for up to 15 years. The cash 
flow analysis program calculates the taxable income, 
cash flow before taxes, and cash flow after taxes. 

4. Installment Sale 

The Installment Sale provision is an exception to the 
basic Capital Gains Rule that tax is due in the year 
of sale. The taxpayer may elect the installment 
method and report the gain over the period of collec- 
tion on the contract. This program calculates the 
necessary data. 



Ol >M tUUUj 'rJ ' S 1'UiiL 1 SUING HKO Glu'vN 

Commodore has established a program to publish software' in a manner 
siiuilai to traditional buok publishing. once a program is selected 
lor the Master Liotctry royalities will be paid on actual sales. 
Pioytams submitted £01 evaluation mu.t be of high interest quality, 
and/or of specific problem-solving nature with complete documenta- 
tion, if you have developed such a program ox application system 
we would be happy to heai troui you. A copy ol the Commodore Soft- 
ware Publishing Program will be sent upon loquest. 

II you are ready to submit t youi. pruyram(s) for evaluation, please 
note the following: 

.1. Programs musl be submitted with complete documentation* that 
includes; program synopsis, limitations, references used, 
and operating insi ructions. 

2. Cassettes should be labeled with your name, address and 
program name. 

3. Proyrajn Documentation and Cassettes, should be sent to: 

o 

■Commodore Business Machines, Inc. 

90]. California Ave. 

Palo Alto, Calif. 94 304 

Attn: Software Department 

4. Please allow at least 4 to 6 weeks for our evaluation 
process. You will be not i find upon receipt. 

5. If you have not already received a copy of Commodore's 
Publishing Program we will include one with our acknowledge- 
ment. 

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FEATURE PROGRAM 



TIIE PLOTTER PROGRAM 

The following program appeared in Issue 1 of the PET Users' Club 
Newsletter in England. 

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It contains the useful sub outine for plotting functions on an xy 
coordinate plane which inspired the PLOTTER program which follows. 

The PLOTTER program plots the graphs of 15 different mathematical 
functions on the screen. The subroutines 30-170 contain each 
function and the string A$ which is used to print out the equation 
of the function. Each graph is entered as Y expressed as a function 
of Z as in the case 

Y = SIN (Z) 

The subroutines on lines 13-27 input the constants A,D,C # D which 
scale the graphs. They are the coefficients of the two linear 
transformations 

x ' = Cx -i- D 
y' = Ay + D 

The variable C determines frequency, and A determines magnitude. 
The variables D and B move the frame of reference (the screen). 
The variable D moves the screen up and down and D moves it from 
oside to side. 

The key to choosing values for A,U,C and D for a particular 
function is trial and error. This process, however, is highly 
educational. You have the ability to examine any part of a 
particular function by adjusting the reference laterally. You 
can magnify and shrink by adjusting the magnitude. You can 
stretch and compress by changing the frequency. 

To test new functions, you should create your own test program. 
.It takes a great many trials to adjust the scale just right and 
time saving features are well worth it. Your program should 
display the current values of A,D,C and D and input statements can 



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be used to input modifications to these values. The advanced %) ) 

programmer can create an automatic scaling feature for the y • 

values and then eliminate the need for the A and B. This involves 

computing the 40 y values of the function and storing them as 

subscripted variables. The maximum and minimum of these 40 

numbers are found and these can be used to generate the appropriate 

values for A and B. 

A word of warning about POKEing around in your PET. The plotting 
routine used in these programs POKEs the dot (46) into the screen 
memory (locations 32768- 33767). For some choices of the variable 
A, the POKEd location is either greater or less than the screen 
memory locations. Be sure to keep a current backup of your 
program in case you need t ■ repower your PET. Automatic scaling 
eliminates the problem, or the dots can be printed using LEFTS 
string manipulation. Using PRIilT statements also eliminates the 
sparkling on the screen characteristic of POKEing to the screen. 

After perfecting your plotting program, try graphing some unusual 
functions. Sums and products of two or more of the standard 
functions are interesting and the absolute value function, ABS, 
can give some interesting results. 

Finally, since 40 points are plotted these may bo determined 
discretely and plotted. 

■ 
approximations to the binomial, F, and chi-squared distributions 
may be plotted. 



F- 1_ O T 1EF 



.■. FF II. VI. FCF.- = 1M.46 

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e f* 1 W X \n • ¥ ♦ h > 

7 '■r !l,i: 1 • Ut = "ri» 

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a h-~ i-:': ■:--.' i=e fetum* 

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IS n=.0-7 i = i C = l I'-ifs F-E TUF-H 

:'r n=.Cfii 1 = 12 ■:=; I«-IS F.ETUFN 

:-t f.= : r = ; •:-.: i'=-.s f.etufn 

II n = 7 J=ii C«.i l=.i FE1U&N 

21 r-.T £=-12 ■: = .oi \'--.i«2 F.ETUFN 

;:- r«* i = u :*.&32i L'».6S2 f.eiufh 
;-; «=;;•> »-:; : = .o i=r.r feiufh 
i' r--:i i = : .*.;■£ 1 = feturh 
2; nit. ?=; ; = ; [>*(• FlT'jfcH 

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re ••=:;;■! n*«";c-»-./.," fetufu 

if > = i:i- Z. n»»"SlN-.X) " KETUfeM 

?r !«7n'>'.~. r I = '"Tnt( :>.> " FETUFN 

je •'- i>i; n j ='.-."«:•' fetufu 
■•i •<=.;.:: -i:~ .ij- fetufh 

:fe V*E. F .:.• *I*"ETV." fcETURN 

::i- v=_ ::■■;.' n»="i.H ■..<," f.etufn 
::•£ Y*i.r tii = '-rim«x»ii-:" peiufn 

:3c- .= ;:h'.;.-, nl= •£ IN. -;T»lllhMII/" F-ETUFM 

:-C- •«S5i«.r>.2 ni= "n»IH ■.." »)■■■■■! naaax" (<eiurn 

17fc V-nEi '. iII4'.2< > h« = ' ISIH-.XM" (<E!URH 

lit. »«fia»ij hl*"RNI>CXJ" F.ElUftH _ 

17c V*EKP- -<2)12> h»«"M0FiHr»L CURVE" RETURN 10 



Peripherals & Attachments 

This section will list and preview known PET compatible Peripherals 
and Attachments. In addition to standard or commercially available 
equiptment, we would be interested in any new and unusual hardware 
interfacing which you may come across. 

PERIPHERALS AND ATTACHMENTS 

In addition to the newest PET members, the following Commodore 
Peripherals were also previewed at the recent Consumer Electronics 
Show: (January 6-9, 1979) 



MODEL 



PET 2021 Printer 



PET 2022 Printer 



PET 2023 Printer 



PET 2040 Dual Drive 
Mini Floppy Disk* 



DESCRIPTION PRICE 

80 column dot matrix $ 549.00 
electrostatic printer 
with full PET graphics 
capability. 

00 column dot matrix $ 995.00 
printer with plain 
paper or forms hand- 
ling tractor feed. 
Has full PET graphics. 

00 column dot matrix $ 849.00 
printer. Plain paper 
printer with full 
PET graphics. 

Dual drive intelligent $1,095.00 
mini floppy system. 
340K net user storage 
capacity. 



PET 2041 Single Drive Single drive intelligent$ 595.00 
Floppy Disk mini floppy 170K net 

user storage. 

PET External Cassette Cassette player/recorder $95.00 

to use with PET 
2001/8/16/32. 

* retrofit kit required for operation with PET 2001-8 



AVAILABILITY 



MAY 79 



MAY 79 



MAY 79 



MAY 79 



JULY 79 



NOW 



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A 



Peripheral Specifications will be summarized in future newletters 
prior to production avalibility. 

PRINTERS ' ... 

The Commodore 2020 Printer has been officially withdrawn. The 
printhead vendor lias been incapable of meeting the technical 
standard of product we require. We have selected two additional 
sources of printheads and are pleased with their tested perform- 
ance. The three models replacing the 2020 are all capable of full 
PET graphics. The model 2021 is an electrostatic 80 column printer; 
the model 2022 an 80 column tractor feed printer; and the model 
2023 an 80 column friction feed printer. 

2040 FLOPPY DISK PREVIEW 0) 

Commodore's 2040 Mini Dual Floppy Disk is an intelligent IEEE-483 
peripheral which is controlled by two IIOS 0500 series micropro- 
cessors. 

Unlike any other system on the market, this Disk System contains 
common memory that is shared between the IEEE communication 
processor and the disk controller processor. 

This configuration provides for a distributed processing environment 
that allows the floppy to execute a command while the PET prepares 
the next command or performs other program functions. 

The disk recognizes a command set that supports a high level 
sequential file management system. Utility commands are also 
provided for direct access to any byte on the diskettes. 

In addition, the system is capable of executing machine language 
programs read directly from diskettes or transmitted from the PET. 
This feature is useful for executing complete diagnostic programs, 
recovery of data, and custom operating systems. 



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Appli cations 



There are almost as many applications for a PET as there are PET's 
themselves. We would like to find out what the PET is being used 
for so that we can pass on relevent details to other people interested 
in the same area of use. 

We are therefore offering $50.00 worth of free Master Library 
Software to the best 'Applications' article published in each 
issue. If you would like to write about what you are doing with 
your PET, please include the following details: 

1. -What --the nature of the application is. 

2. What (if applicable) non-computerized system has the PET replaced. 

3. Details of any extra hardware used. 

4. Any "special features" of the programs used. 

5. Who else this system might be useful to. 

6. Any further improvements/modifications intended. 

We already know of many applications and intended applications but 
we would like to see details and know who to contact. The following 
list contains just some of the uses for PET that have reached our 

o 

ears. 

* 

Mortage Analysis Savings & Loan Computations 

Monitoring Chemical Reactions Address Lists 

Inventory Control Aircraft Flight Simulation 

Questionnaire Analysis Medical Records 

Music Synthesising • Model Railway Control 

Machine Tool Control Costing 

Perception Tests Navigation 

Currency Conversion Language teaching 

Word Processing School Administration 

PCD Testing Stock Control 

Statistical Analysis Education Computer Literacy 

Personal Finances Real Estate Analysis 

Computer Aid Instruction Surveying 



ARE ANY OF THESE FAMILIAR TO YOU? 

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Civil Engineering 



Programming 



This section will be dealing with useful routines and "tricks" 
for using on your PET. Some articles come from users, some from 
ourselves, and there is a 'Hints and Tips' section for smaller' 
yet valuable items. 
HIGH SPEED FILE ACCESS 

There are many PET applications which require the reading and 

writing of several data files in one program. Since it is 

often inconvenient (or too expensive) to keep each file on a 

separate tape, it is normal practice to record several jobs on 

one tape - distinguished by their filenames. However, this 

can mean a long wait while searching for a file towards the end 

of the tape and many users have been looking for a way to decrease ©) 

this search time. 

This article describes one very good method, by using a short 
subroutine to control the cassette drive in 'FAST FORWARD' mode 
prior to writing or reading a file. By keeping note of the 
Fast Forward times, any particular file can be located at a 

o 

much higher speed and with a reasonable degree of accuracy. To 
make u_e of this facility, proceed as follows: 

1. Enter the following subroutine (suitably re-numbered if 
necessary) into your program: 



14 



1000 

1010 
1020 
1030 
1040 

1050 
1060 
1070 
1080 
1090 
1100 
1110 
1200 
1210 



?'K2 Rewind the cassette and then lift up the cassette 
lid" 



?:?"Press 



F.FWD 



and then 



RETURN 



1 :GOSUB 1200 



?:?"Wait for a moment" 

OPEN 1,1,1 

?" Now push the cassette back into the deck and press 



# 



JlETURNl 
GOSUB 1200 

?"L y} | Fast forwarding for "T" seconds" 
Z = TI:POKE59411,53 
If TKZ+60*T-340THEN1080 
POKE 59411, 60 :Close 1 
? "B5J Now in position" 

on Cassette #1 the 1 RETURN 



?"Press 



STOP 



Get A$:IfA$=""Then 1200 
RETURN 



2. To Fast Forward for 'n' seconds, set T=n and GOSUB to the 
above subroutine. Try this a few times and you will soon get the 
idea. 

3. The basic idea when handling a number of files is to record 
them in known places. Before 'OPENing' to write a file, one might 
use the subroutine to Fast Forward for eight seconds. Thus to 
access that particular file later, simply Fast Forward (again 
using the subroutine for eight seconds) before 'OPENing' to read. 

A typical program using this idea might look something like this: 



15 



100 T=10:GOSUB1000 

110 POKE 243,122:POKE 244,2 

120 OPEN 1,1,1, "FILE 1" 

■ 

190 CLOSE 1 



F.FWD for 10 seconds 



Write data for file 1 



I" 



350 T=15:GOSUB1000 

360 POKE 243 ,122: POKE 244,2 

370 OPEN 1,1,1, "FILE 2" 

410 CLOSE 1 

530 T=10:GOSUB1000 

540 OPEN 1,1,0, "FILE 2" 



Write data for file 2 



Having written files, 
they can be read back 
as follows: 

F.FWD to file 1 



580 



CLOSE 1 



710 T=15:GOSUB1000 

720 OPEN 1,1,0, "FILE 2" 

830 CLOSE 1 



Read back file 2 



This system - if used correctly - can save you a lot of time in 
searching for files and hence has many applications in business 



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and other programs. 

The following points should be noted: 

a) The Fast Forward on a cassette deck is not linear - the tape 
travels faster as more is wound on the accepting spool. This 
means that for recording files of the same length, the larger 
values of T can be closer together than the low ones. 

b) Different types of tape and different PETs Fast Forward at 
slightly different speeds. We therefore recommend that for a 
particular program, you stick to one type of tape and one PET. 

c) Trial and error is the only real way of discovering just how 
close together you can pack your values of T. 

d) Do not try to Fast Forward for T less than six seconds. 

e) After Fast Forwarding, the PET will still allow a gap of 
several seconds (at playing speed) before starting to write 

a file. This is, in fact, useful as it allows a safety margin 
when reaccessing the file. 

o 

f ) The system described in this article could be extended to 
form an almost automatic filing system, where each tape had a 
'catalog' at the start giving the filenames and Fast Forward 
times to all the files on that tape. An improved subroutine 
would look up this value and hence find any file by name - 
very quickly. We would very much like to hear from any User 



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who takes up this idea. '" * — • — ' 

g) The subroutine at the moment takes up 425 bytes of storage, 
After some practice, however, much of the prompting and 
wording can be removed or abbreviated. 

"EXTRA" USE OF THE VERIFY COMMAND 



€ 



VERIFY has the useful property of reading a program without loading 
it. Even if an error is detected, it is not displayed until the 
whole program has been read. 

This provides a quick means of finding the end of a program on a 
cassette without losing what you currently have in the memory. 

For example, one is occasionally in the position of having loaded 
a program, rewound the tape modified the program and now wish to 
save the new version after the old. Using an extra tape, this 
can be done using LOAD and SAVE, with a bit of shuffling. 

Quicker however is to use the VERIFY command. When the error 
message appears, you know you are at the end of the old program. 
Select STOP on the cassette and SAVE in the normal way. (Remember 
to use a program name with a different initial character from the 
old one! ) " 



18 



BITS AND PIECES . - 

Some more hints and tips to help you write efficient programs: 

When using subscripted variables such as A(4) the operating 
system automatically reserves 10 elements without having to 
declare a dimension with DIM. If, however, you are using a 
very long program and are using less than 10 elements per 
variable - say 4 - it will save space to declare the dimen- 
sion's length. For example: 

10 DIM A(4) , CS (3) 
******************************* 

To display a number (N) to D decimal places, use the following 
routine: 
' 10 M = INT(N*10 * D+0,5}/10 ♦ D 

20 PRINT M N 
******************************* 

For an intriguing display of graphics, try running this one line 

program entitled "BUltf-iOW" 

1 A$="4>^3> <£":PRINTMID$(A$,RND( .5)*4+l,l)"* <£ "::F0RT= 

1T030 : NEXT : PRINT " 00m> <^ " ; : G0T01 
********************************** 

The following routine displays PETs complete character set: 



20 F0RI = 160T022:3 : z-i=J'*+C^~'Z> I ■ tizvT 

30 f:S="Zi" + Ht 
40 fil="N" + ?:l. 
50 PRINTHf 
60 PPINTJ* 
?0 PRIUTC* 
80 PPJNTIif 

********************************** 



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The following is an e:cample of disabling the stop key. 

This program prints only what has been typed on the keyboard. 
It cannot oe stopped until the password CBM is typed. 



§)) 



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Ifclf (- £ M» t 

lOlt* Ktr*.! *f. -«"«•■ E»H.'i n_i_ f[i: 1'tFE.' hi • 

:i:-C- l Em 7-E •[.i.r-.f;. E.-lt I 'i l . f ; ; -i j TmE • 

:C'-«c- 'ir-:i f-n; •«.;.: ;i* . • 

:c-*: -~-f • 

It'tC -LMtMMHMtH»lilMIIIMIMIIt»l»t»IMMI 
ilCc •"£'■. »'t 3~*. I.' l_-3.r tit' 

::U' sf.:t>i *ji ■ F,£f ••• tp;ii: ;-tfi> Cnnt n;i: c-.-' n : " ••» 
::>e F-.p i=; v. ■ c f-e* m «n ; i nv. jET n - .v >H; r ;'iH ••• 

114& 3E~ n» IF MO'"" Ti-EN 30O& 

:::c- r.E>.: 

ijfrC" ff : iii ■ ii ft-- ••• r?:;,- ; Ji.[ rt-.-; > : - L [:' ••• 

Ii3-& Fv'F i = l TC Ct- FE?-; t»t *.-i ; T r'.I .-{ " n*%- '_ -.-»- - . ' £ - ; «it 

:i-;e c-ei ni if h»<>- ■• ih[', ;.>.iitf 

lirCt) NE>.1 

3*c*l-' PEtt MM Fni;p.;FI 7E3" .»•• 

3&;q if ei<> ;tr: ir-eii i*isi> 

3c"*W PF.Il.T 'III ■ (-IK att CFr-3E \- n\ ■ ,. -r.\ fit 

3erc- svc'-E-^c-' n« ••« fin^i £*•;•? i.e • r-.-iih ••• 
sr-ee EMi- 

■»C'i3C- PF ii, T • II lit. P£n in L.m. wi ; T ;-..---i ; :£? iti 

IBlVC' Kkii • • • • • • • 

:ei-iC- FEK.t • 

lf>t>i£ F.EM1 r.nlrll.E _-T.;._n.-i F-.'.~.Fr-i-» • 

iee:<e f.em» • 

1B0<-Sci REM* 3V3'.33£> I-i;F,3lE 3 'OF KEN FU'CTIvli • 

loC'TC- P.£N« 3i'£\c«3' Cl-f-ic _EL 310F Iti FvNIH'if- • 

ife&rje FEfi • 

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i '. C" o C* I n T r 1 fc & 1 1 r . r t . 1 - 1 ■ I. r . ■ I ■ 1 i r 3 

litr;C L'nTi-. ;-; a i J- i r; it 

lit'-Cc 5 I-iT- ;^o \i~- :jj :-: ^r ^ ifc?-I3-i? 

;i&3e !n^ ;-;: ^-; : a .*•- ii-i-.i 

1HST-S 1 I-" " ^ "ri S3e- 3 3e C- 

liftj.? FEiijFC "-vF ; = ;;;i ..i"< ;£«:*. c:-kE!,h next 

lifiiS iVJ'.cil FL^ ••• ITi-il^E :Tv L r.Ei •»• 

:3&3r> r.EIUftN 



"..hen you answer an IliPU'- ^jr:vnand with ..'nly . .ETt'ii.". , ( CHK$(13) ) the 
program stops and returns to DA5IJ. To avoid this protect your 
input statement as follows: 



••._. . ri i 1«SI .. r,i 



The spaces in the two strings are shifted spaces ( 511 1 IT and SPACE 
together). If a IlETUi^; is used, a space is inputed and line 20 
detects this. Shifted spaces are used because leading unshifted 
spaces are ignored oy the computer. With a protected input, the 
program cannot be stopped during input, even with the STOP key. 



20 



cursor up H 

c u r 3- or o o tvf i is« 

cursor ieti i» 

cursor r-iiirvt fci 

no. Tie i=i 



f V C ,"" S- t 1 wTt 



21 



Users' Directory & 

Announcements 



One of the major advantages in being a member of the PET USERS* 
CLUB is the ability to get hold of PET related software and ideas. 
Although our Master Library of programs is now growing, we get 
frequent Software inquires for a wide range of applications. 

We will therefore publish in future issues, a current Users' 
Directory, containing lists of people writing software, importing 
literature or starting local PET Groups. If you would like to use 
your PET for fun and profit, why not offer personal tutoring in 
PET programming to new PET owners. Alternatively, if you require 
a program to be written for you, ask for contacts via the Users' 
Directory. The possibilities are endless. To print more official 
company advertisements, please write to the Editor, U.S. PET USERS 
CLUB, at the address below. 

To include you name in the Users' Directory, please complete the 
following form: 



To: The Editor, U.S. PET USERS' CLUB, Commodore Business 

Machines Inc., 901 California Ave., Palo Alto, Calif, 
94304. 

NAME 



ADDRESS 



Services Offered/Specialist area of interest 



To include as many contacts as possible, we must restrict each 
User to only one line of description. 

Commodore reserves the right to edit or withdraw any entry. 



$ 



22 



The list of PET User Groups listed below is by no means complete, 
Please notify us if we omitted your group. If there is no local 
group in your area, consider forming one yourself. 



Amateur Co-puter Group of New Jersey 

UrTI, 1776 Raritan Road Scotch Plains. I'.J 07076 

Bantbug 

1450 53rd. St Emeryville. CA 

Central Illinois PET Owners 

2730 Townway Road sE-54 Danville, IL 61832 

Lawrence Hall of Science, UC Iierekeley 

Computer Project. Roorr. 254 Berkeley, CA 94720 

Las Vegas Pet Users 

4884 Iron Ave Las Vegas. Nev. B9110 

Lincoln Computer Club 

750 E. Yoserr.ite Ma.-.teca. CA 95336 

Madison PET Users 

1400 East Washington Ave Madison, KI 

KorthOrange County Co-puter Club 

3030~Topaz, Apt. A Fullerton. CA 92361 

PET User Group 

2235 Lake-shore Dr MusKegon.MI 49441 

PET User Group 

Texas A i, M Micrecomputer Club Texas A & M. TX 

PET Users 

200: Bryan Tswer Suite 3800 Dallas. TX 75201 

PET User Group 

P.O. box 371 Montgoneryville. PA 18936 

PUG 

310 Showers Dr Mountain View. CA 

i.ac: ejnonlG PET V.orkahop 

P.O. Slox 28314 Sacraj.-.ento. CA 

s:..::c: 

3i< lot:; /.vt- Oakland. CA 

s. . loui: CL'Ji 

4C Wi-svwoju Court St. Louis. HO 63131 

The- IIUMA;.' EOCILTV -UNITED I'ZT Users 

1929 UcrUipcrt Dr. PC Madison. WI 53704 

Valley Cor.putor Club 

2000 Magnolia Clvd Bur bank. CA 



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*********-**4*jk*********** *** 



*,**COMMODORE AUTHORIZED PET DEALER LIST ********** ************* 






ALABAMA 

Car; x: i e r ! ar^VJtjn tsvi 11 e 
30?o university Dr. n.w. 

Kuntswlle 36 BOS 
205-539-1200 

Grice Electronics, Inc. 
3696 Ajrport Blvd. 
r*jbile 36601 
205-434-7481 

T*ie Lo^ic Score 

3BCB Kpv^eU Parkway 

Opf-UXa ?6B01 

205-745-7735 

Plair.s-.m Hicro Systers 
p. 0. So 1712 
Auburn 368 30 



ALASX* 



ARI?rtv\ 

Ancrona 
4518 E. 3roa-?-ay 
Tucson 8b7U 
602-681-2343 

billet's Electronic Business Machines 

621 E. 2rc*7-ay 

"i'sa 8520* 

602-964-.600 

Gcrreraal arid Hone Systems, Inc. 

EastsiJe E:-rcutive PaxX 

7840 E. Broadway, Suite 113 

.Tucson 85710 

6o:-?;<-63so 



Computer Products Unlimited 
2412 Proac-ay 
Little Foek 72206 
501-371-0449 

Con?uterland/Little Pock 
Trie "aiVet Place 
11121 Rodney Parham W. 
Little Rock 72212 
501-224-4508 



Data Shoppe. lnc- 
1000-C E. Mai" 
V»n Buren 72956 
SOl-452-4946 



CAJL.DT5WTA 

Advanced CnpJler Products 
1310 8 E. Frtir«cer 
Sarta Ana 9 2 705 
714-558-8813 

Affordable Carter Systens 
(F-anta Clara Byte Shop) 
3400 El Car*ino Peal 
Santa Clara 95051 
408-249-4221 

Ancrora Coloration 
11030 Jefferson Blvd. 
Culver City 90230 
213-390-3595 

Ancrcna Corporation 
6060 Manchester Ave. 
Los Anceles 90045 
213-641-9322 

Artcrona Corporation 
1300 E. Edinner Ave. 
Santa Ana 92705 
714-547-8424 

J-.si:r«:£S Erv v .&ntxrirni Corp. 
1711 E. Valley Jrk-y, S-"te 10S 
Esco»i>6o 52027 
734-74)-b335 

bj-xr Qo}> of Sarraento 
6'J4l Cjl- -j^»c>. La/* 
Citrus (V-ia v its y5H0 
9lf.-9Cl-2.9t3 

Co-outer Tires>^rmg Corp. 
3055 tosecrans Place 
San Diego 92110 
714-565-0505 

Co-outers Unlimited 
6840 'a Cie'^a filvd 
Lnqle^xx; 90302 
213-7"6 ECS0 

C-.a-.-x-l rvita ryitems 
5560 ?rt:oorirt Ave. 
Colt ^ 5 3017 
6C'5-9c.4-G695 

Co ruler Cmro-fits, Inc. of Jvirhar* 
Jfioe If. Verdugo Ave. 
&urr-in>. 91505 
213-&4E-5521 

Co-puter Ccr^orcnts, Inc. 
S64B rop'-Jv<^ia Blvd. 
Van h'uys 91411 
213-786-7411 

Canp\nar CcnpDnents, Inc. of Orange Cnty. 
67E9 Westminster Ave. 
w^strinster 92683 
7K-E9E-8330 

Trie Co-puter Comer 

19 25 Yosemite Blvd. A 

Moc^to 95351 ^ 

209-529-9967 



Zli'z.\:\t±r Foixiti 
14052 t. Firestone Bl . 
Santa Ft Surires 90670 
213-921-2111 

Co-rcul ej- 1 and/T> ibULn 
6743 DubLtn Blvd. 
Dublin 94 566 
415-E2E-8090 

CcrTAiterltnd/El Cerrito 
11074 Sen Fablo Ave. 
El Cerrito 94530 
415-233-5010 

Corp v > Le r 1 aj id/H ayw ard 
22634 Fcothill Blvd. 
Haywire 94542 

415-538-8080 

Ccnput er j and/Los Altos 
Villaue Comer 
4546 El Camiro Real 
Los Altos 94022 
4 15 -941-8154 

Cu : .-i :'.«.•.£. f- ':'.'.•:•«£/ '•";>■ 
• i-'lj \'.t 7 s^. : . c-^-.tx- , f-1'4 
V-:itior. Vieic 5>l30 
714-?7:-C112i 

CoTT>jVerla.-«3/r^fi fwrnojdino 

2P9 E. Mic-.land Ave. 
Dor, twrm; ALno 92404 
7H-J-M-H3B 

Co 5 .j'jt-r Jftr»J./E*n Diego 
4 7?? Co-a-o-/ St. 

f.OL-l r..r-JC 92111 

714-5C: : 9"12 

Cotu - . erlt.i/rJvn Francisco 
117rn--o-it St. 
San rtc/^isco 94105 
415-54C-1597 

OitJCltrlinV^an Jose 
1077 r^ra'-oca-Sanm-vale Rd. 
San Jose 95129 
40E-253-8080 

Co-^JUter land/Santa Rosa 
611 - 5th St. 
Santa Rrsa 95404 
707-52E-1775 

Corcxjterland/South Bay 
16720 S. H«--t)iome Blvd. 
1-a-ndale 90260 
213-371-7144 

CoT3u1P-rlajvi/n>^^- a -' 113 OafcS 
17] E. Thousand Cfe"-j Blvd. 
Tno-JLvi-vi 0>^ 51360 
805-495-3554 

Corp j I vr 1 a.->d/Tus tin 
104 W. First St. 
Tustin 52680 
>,714-5<;-0542 



C»r-rjj-_erlr. d/i.'alnut CreeX 

1615 Yc-.ario Valley Rd. 
v.-alnutCrtv> 54598 

<li-935-€502 

CcT-Twtjerland/W- los Angeles 
6840 I^Cic-K^a Blvd. 
Liiglejooc 90302 
213-77C-6O80 

Trie Co-puter Store 
820 fcroa5--ay 
SanLa Monica 90401 
213-451-0713 

Da^ r '- ' rw- c "' 
4B10 E. F;:v- trim 

Southrate 90 J 80 
213-56-;-2481 

Grass Valley Co-put£r Systens 
184 30 Ja;.-t^wV Dr. 
S"ieu-rviHe 95977 
916-272-2793 

Jay --'em Elec-tronics 
1013 Colu-bis 
aa^ersfield 93305 
805-834-6714 
805-871-5800 

K-S-uth Associates 
11 vast Court 
Sacri-c.-to 95331 
916-392-0317 

Karol M^sic 
1515 S. 3roac.7iy 
Santa raria 9 34 54 

805-922-B265 

Silatthews TV t Stereo City 
6400 Mission St. 
Daly City 94014 
415-992-5400 

Wr. CaJculator 
2521 E. Durant St. 
Berkeley 94704 
415-848-5629 

Mr. Calculator 

120 Str^-be.-ry Town i Country Village 

Mill Valley 94941 

415-388-8051 

Mr. Calculator 

39 Town t Country Village 

Palo Alto 94301 

415-328-0740 

Mr. Calculator 

55 Third St. 

San Francisco 94108 

415-543-1541 

Mr. Calculator 

318 Town i Country Village 

San Jose 95128 

408-246-5710 



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Olson Electronics 
11)32 E. SoutS St. 
Omtos 90701 
213-860-0060 

Olson Electronics 
*«0 w. tfclt Ave. 
Panona 917*8 

Olson El»c-tranics 
JO (tort. 1 -. LaX* Ave. 
P«saA=r.a 91101 
213-796-3134 

Olson E)«rtror.ic3 
1 329 S. KaiJl St. 
Sa.',ta Aria 92 707 
7I4-541-t673 

Olson Electronics 
2519 El Caion Blvd. 
Sin Diego 92104 
714-297-2946 

Olson Electronics 

401 Parlay PLata, rletoher Pkway 

El Cajon 92020 
714-440-C233 

Olson Electronics 

4642 w. Century Blvd. 
fO Inglewood 90304 
CJi 21)-674-57«0 

Olson Electronics 

KM.Tiy »*sa, 4840 Convoy St. 

San Diego 92U1 

714-292-1100 

Olson Electronics 
212S El Cam.no Peal 
Santa Clara 9S051 
408-248-4886 

PC Ccnputerr; 

10166 San Pablo Ave. 

U Cerrito 94530 

4)5-527-6657 

Ptoct art-able Electronic Calculators 

174 8 w. cbatman Ave. 
Oranrae 92668 
714-997-22B0 

Radio Mart 

lO"^ Cypress Ave. 

Reckling 96001 

916-241-3000 



COU/fAK) 

Arptec 

2310 Providence Circle 

Colorado Springs 80909 

303-597-5384 

Arotec 

5975 N. Broadway 

Denver 80216 

303-571-0633 

Byte Shop 

PaL-nr Cardcri Shopping Center 

3101 Walnut St. 

Bo-Her 80301 

303-444-6550 

Byte Shop 

Cherry CreeV. Center 

E. First Ave. I University Blvd. 

Der.ver B0206 

303-399-8995 

to-txr^r land/Colorado Springs 
4543 Tvrrileton Cap Road 
Colora.io Springs 80909 
303-574-4150 

Canpu -_er 1 and/Denver 
2422 S. Colorado Blvd. 
Denver 80222 
303-759-1685 

Ca '_eway El ectrori cs 
2839 U. 44th Ave. 
Denver 80211 
303-453-5440 

Micro Ccrrxiter Industries 
1532 E. Hilberry 
rt. Collins 80521 
303-221-1955 

Micro Viorld Electronix 
*340 w. Mississippi 
Lake-cod 80226 
30 3-936-4407 

ct'.-c:. ': icjt 

Cii rvte : 1 a-nd/Fai r f l el c 
24 75 ElacV trc>. Turr.piXe 
Fairfield 06430 
203-374-2227 

Hu)ti i-isti^s Corpuler Systaw 

Portland rjofciisio-.al Center 

26 V^.-lLoro-jgT St. 

PorUand 064 80 

203-342-2747 

203-247-5937 

CorrJuter Vbrti, Inc. 
14 39 Post Road East 
West-fort 06880 
203-255-9096 



Cnv-".fcrle)>3. / >i- ,; Cestle Cnty 
Astro B -io: pine Corner 
KitV.Jt«l Kief way 
1^-arV. 19771 
302-73B-9C56 



FTjCOTDA 

Co-cuter ]i.-c/rOca Raton 
500 E. Spanish River Blvd. 
Boca Raton 33432 
305-366-1122 

Corxjuterland/Tt. lauderdale 
3993 N. Fed? raj Highway 
rt. Lauderdale 33308 
305-566-0776 
305-566-0B05 

Co-puters For You 
3608 W. Brrward Blvd. 
Ft., Lauoerdale 33312 
3C5-581-8945 

Florida BooV. Store 
1614 **. Lruversity Ave. 
Gaijesville 32604 
904-376-6066 

ffcCUi r.riiiT.lfic trite rj- rises 
H01 fcisca/r*- Blvd. 
Mjarti 33132 
305-356-294B 

Grioe Electronics 
P. 0. Pox 1911 
Pn.-i-.nUol* 325e9 
904-434-2485 

Olson E<f-c".jcrucs 
3 64 4 l.'.E. S-cord Ave. 
Kiami 33132 
305-374-4121 

Olscr, Electronics 
5833 Po:ice de 1/jcn Blvd. 
Coral Cobles 23146 
305-666-3327 

Olson Electronics 

6901 22nd Ave. K. Tyrone Square Mall 

St. Fettrsburg 33710 

813-345-9119 

Olson Electionics 
1215 S. tele Kabry Highway 
'Tanpa 33609 
813-253-3129 

Olson Electronics 

40 West 49th St. 

Hialeah 33012 

305-823-1600 

Olson Electronics 

2808 N. Federal Highway 

Ft.. Lauderdale 33306 

305-566-7819 



Olson Electronics 
2316 Hollvwood Blvd. 
Hollywood 33020 
305-925-7272 



GEORGIA 

Ancrona 

3330 Feidnont Pd. 

Atlanta 30305 

404-263-7)00 

Atlanta Co-pjter Mart 
5091-B Biiord Highway 
Atlanta 30340 
404-455-0647 

Corrpjter 1 and.'l Vari etta 
Orrit>?r la-id Sqjare North 
2423 Cobb PerKway 
Snr.-ma 30080 
404-953-0406 

The Logic Store 
3050 ricon Rd. 
Columbus 31906 
404-568-0197 

Olson Electronics 
2571 N. Decatur Road 
Decatur 30033 
404-378-4201 



0-i-,'-"_er", d.-.i.l'./ivsli 
567 S. >'-inc St. 
rf^Wlulu 96813 
e3t-12)-8002 

2jyojo 

Circo Distributors, Inc. 
)0)6 FarV Lane 
Pccat*])o f3201 
20E-237-2448 

W-jrld 7oy 1 H-Jbbycraft, Inc. 

7e20 Fail-view Ave. 

hoist 63704 

2CE-376-3561 

20t-37C-2438 



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167? w. l.:r,ccln H-y. 
iv\*M> (01 lb 

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7.-i ' * : t ^e Stt-reo, Inc. 
117-115 t. fvdcfort St. 
lorrvd H761 
.iC9-<S7-4?LS 

AfcOptrt* StrrPO, Inc. 

H'S K. ;.:rine 
tvtv.'ore H107 
F>lf -..V'«S76 

Cox*. ■> r l.iriry^- 1 incton Hti. 

Jjlu.-.tr. Deri's 60004 

jk-t*.: b<88 

Ccr%Mterla'vi''Tr*--K*rs Grove 
1 36 w . c oorji Ave . 
riT.-K.-5 c-uve b05L5 
312-964-7762 

C- f ;>j-ji.-5« "4. *•'>!«» 

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>:j}« CM46 
212 H7-17H 

10*-3S S. Cniix, A>*. 

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01. so.-. Elf-c". lories 
17 3 !*jrLh Vi-rurr. Ave 
Cicjo 6061.7 
3:2-471-3933 

Clr.cn rif-ctjxnics 
2641 K-st 9Sth St. 
C-Jcaoo 60647 
317-47S-6192 

Olson rlK-LnrJcs 
6231 hri-ster St. 
*i:on Gruve 60053 
312-961-6700 

Olson El t-ctroni cs 
1394 Winston riaza 
reUxjse rark 60160 
317-344-6200 

Olson Electronics 
721 *est Golf W. 
tof frrAnEstflljes 70194 
3L2-BB2-7330 

F-ervcal Ca'Z^J'jKJ of Chicago 
100 E. r*,io St. 
ChioxJD 60611 
312-337-6744 

S; rj t-^'jx'iic Lnr^.st_ries 
l."o=«rjc.rt7i H5. i ixD.-Lh Ave. 
Zict. 60399 
312-336-2727 



4907 N. Slz-rLLng 
Iwna 61614 
309 6EE-6792 



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WllwlU. t,72?0 
llt-277-2'94 

K: Ca'. --la-.or 

1C IF !J".V •«■* "" t 
tijrt'r r\rv * 0062 

312-777-2970 

C'?Mm F 1 *-r-t ft ri) CS 
410) K, K.1 -.-,/• tt Ave. 

C-,li^ ? o (.('(41 
312 S-4L- 73 36 

01 ".cr, Eif-:-ijtnies 
1734 Cu.ic.-. Ave. 
[»■*.- f?rs C.io.v 60M9 

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AlHio ST^cialjsts 
4 IS N. Hichigan 
Scvith Send 46601 
715-734-SOOl 

G.-a2.am Elf^rLruruc Simply 
133 S. Fca-.sylvflrda St. 
lndi a-.a;nl is 46704 
317-634-R702 

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:.•*".;*.- «i:r>!j« 46720 



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W»;/:.-»rjo SO'01 
219-722 r^)< 

Ti.e fCT-.wter Store of r-jvejvort 
4178 Eroriy St. 
IMvvnporl S7B06 
319-386-33 30 



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71 OS W. lOith St. 
Oa : laj*2 I v.r>. 662L2 
913-646-7109 

Cxi-tiotoj- TyM«rc Ti'^ign 
906 N. y*in 
Wichita 6 7214 
316-26S-1J20 

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Wichita 67711 
216-267-3S81 - 



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301-29f-0S70 

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7621 University Blvd. w«t 
W.l-^ton 70902 
301-e33-tS5S 



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ValtJrjCT. 071S4 
617-f91-6?S0 



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11V7 C. (t>. St. 
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70E K. 7U\ r.t. 
V-sl Hum. 71791 
31t-3Kf-731? 



N^ Fi-r! n t: E'i «-. ru-.i cs Co. 
74F ?-• iroc St. 
5:-:.-«f;f 1c t'!103 
4:2-729 >-i.?6 

Jut^il f. i;-j'.»-: n-.ter. Inc. 
4SS Ci: :rr St. 
lirfkv MCS{ 
«1?-*.B9-C106 

Oit-j-r: S'M HOXlOll 
2R£ V, rfold ?*. . -Oir H.n«hLre 
'■Oiri.rldj" 07139 
f 17-661-26 70 

O*. ;-.ir.-Eli<-_rr t »cs 
Fl ~-F?: hryi'tor. St. 

i.ruj-. criic 

617-;t7-470i 

Ols^r H2»-ct -urjes 

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!U-i^er ^Vijl 
Ha.o-.'cr 02339 
617-E76-5196 



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6601 Vettra.'-i Hjiorial Blvd. 
',H'toirie 70003 



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M3QCGAK 

CcrrYxrter House 
1407 Clinton Rd. 
Jackson 19202 
517-783-5343 

Co-; '- jcs 1 a.nd/2r »nc Sap > QS 
2s:'-?r:h St.. S.t. 
)*.-.tv-_cc 4fc506 
tH-542-2531 

Co-pi. •_*-_-: a.- d / Sou th f l e Id 
25 7C3 torthvesijern Highway 
Socf.field 48034 
31i-35t-eill 

Co ; >_>•. tr-art of Rryal Cm* 
U00 K, )4 Mil* Rd'. 
Roy*l 0a> 48073 
313-576-0500 

Conpu*- - onur Corp. 
423 So-ina- Rd. 
Media.-*: 4S640 
517-631-8060 

Uric Electronics 
10721 K. Ten Mile Rd 
Oak fork U237 
313-547-0703 

Lafayette Radio Electrorucs Assoc. Store 

(Eric Electronics) 

3<30 KasMc'iObf 

Arm Arbor 48104 

313-571-5420 

Lafayette Radio Electronics Assoc. Store 

(Eric EiectrorJcs) 

1376 L_T^>.-ay 

>tro:t 46226 

312-961-2555 

Lefa.ette T^dio Electronics Assoc. Store 

(trie Electronics) 
1375 E. Or are Pjver Ave. 
Hast Lansing 48823 
517-332-8676 

Lafayette Radio Electronics Assoc. Store 
(Eric Electronics) 
29400 OTcnard Lake Road 

rarr-incton 4 8024 
313-626.-4595 

Lafayette *iadio Electronics Assoc. Store 

lEnc Electrorucs) 

3142 - 28th St. 

Grand Rapids 49508 

616-949-1)590 



M3.C--IG AN (Cont'd) 

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Lvfayett* Radio Electronics Assoc. Store 

(Eric Electrorucs) 
214 N. Rose St. 

Kaja-wzoo 49006 
616-381-5164 

Lafayette Radio Electrorucs Assoc. Store 

(Eric Electrorucs) 
33760 Plymouth Road 
Livprua 48150 
313-261-0600 

Lafayette Radio Electror.ics Assoc. Store 

(Eric E:ectronics) 

31873 Gratiot 

Rtraeville 48066 

313-294-5000 

La:3 : ette -Alio Electronics Assoc. Store 

.'Eric Electronics) 

34206 'Jar. Dy<e 

Sterling Heights 48077 

313-268-8550 

Lafayette Radio Electronics Assoc. Store 

(Eric Electronics) 

3-J60 West Road 

Trenton 48183 

313-675-7900 

Lafayette R.viio Electrorucs Assoc. Store 

(Eric Electronics) 

3127 W. Huron 

Waterford 4 8095 

313-681-7400 

New-^n Computer Exchange 
1250 N. yam St. 
Ann Artor 48107 
313-994-3200 

Olson El "c-trru cs 
29121 DeOiLndre 
M*i:son Htiohts 48071 
313-546-0190 

Olson Electr cjiics 

15670 Grand River Ave. 

Detroit 48227 

313-83B-0777 

Olson Electronics 
14243 Gratiot Ave. 
Detroit 4820S 
313-372-1317 

Olson Electrorucs 
15847 Southfield Rd. 
Allen Park 48101 
313-388-9150 

Olson Electronics 
200 North Wayne Rd. 
Westland 48185 
313-722-3440 



MICHIGAN (rgy Cont'd) 

Olson Electronics 
19045 Middlebelt Rd 
Livonia 48152 
313-477-02X0 

Olson Electronics 
1990 Woodward Ave. 
BltOTL'ield Hills 4B013 
313-334-4759 

Olson Electronics 
37627 Gratiot Ave. 
Mt. Cltncns 48043 
313-463-7074, 7075 

Tri-Cities Conpjter Mart 
3)45 Shattuck Rd 
Sagir.iw 4B603 
517-790-1360 



MThTaSOTA 

CcrtTjter Depot 
3615 W. 70th St. 
Minneapolis 554 36 
612-927-5601 

Ccnp^ t e r 1 and/3 locriington 
8070 Morgan Circle Dr. 
B 1 ati-muton 554 31 
612-6E4 : 1474 

f.irn«sct^ Micro Systems 
514 Cod^x Avenue South 
Mir.noatxilis 55454 
612-T3e-5604 

MISS I SS EPPI 

MISSOURI 

CXT Associates, Inc. 
235 Dunn Rd. 
Florissant 63031 
314-921-4433 

Conputer land/Springfield 
1722 H.W. So. Glenstone 
Springfield 65804 
417-883-7085 

Co-puter Mart 
J622 rialand Court 
Tr> J .epenrte.ioe 64055 
616-461-5005 

Forsythe Computers 
11966 St. Charles RocV Rd. 
Bridceton 63044 
314-739-8300 

Gateway Electrorucs Corp. 
8123-25 Page Blvd. 
St. Louis 63130 
314-427-6116 

Parsons Electronics 
1059 Venture Dr. 
St. O.irl.rs 63301 
314-723-2227 



MO NTANA 

The Computer Store 
3548 Miles Ave. 
Billings 59102 
406-656-2365 

Vari tron 
Box 729 
Chinook 59523 
406-357-2116 



NE5 ; ASK7\ 

Craha CmcMter Store 
4540 S. B4th St. 
Craha 68127 
402-592-3590 

KEVADA 

Hone Computers 
1775 Tropicana 
Las Vegas 89109 
702-736-6363 

Ingenuity, Inc. 

1562 Linda way * 

Sparks 894 31 

702-359-6671 

KEW VAT SHTFi: 

Conpu t er 1 and/^itshua 
419 A.-herst 
Nashua 03060 
603-889-5238 

MX JERSEY 

Contxiter land/Bergen County 

35 Plaza 

Highway E65, Route 4 

Faranus 07652 

201-845-9303 

Computer- land/Cherry Hill 
Pine Ties Plaza 
1442 E. Route 70 
Cherry Hill 08034 
6C9-795-5900 

Conpu ter 1 and/Mo rri s town 
2 De Hart St. 
Morristrwn 07960 
201-539-4077 

The Computer Nook 
Pine Brook Plaza 
Route 46 
Pinebrcok 0705B 
201-575-9468 



NEW MEXICO 



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NEW YORK 

X-rrioji Peripherals 
3 Bangor St . 
Llmx-rvorst 11747 
516-587-2615 

A.S.D. Office Systems 
Van wyck Data 
Poouhkeepsie 12f>03 
914-473-9430 

The Co-puter Comer 
Wilt* P!a_ir.s Mall 
?00 H.V-U 1 ten Ave . 
White Plaxrs 10601 
914-949-32B2 

Grrvter Factory 
485 Lexington Ave. 
f*-« York 10017 
212-687-5001 

Crrjr.iter General Store 
101 Atlantic Ave. 
lynbronk 11S63 
516-887-1500 

Cor-puter House, Inc. 
721 Atlantic Ave. 
Rcchester 14609 
716-654-9238 

Cotcxj If r 1 and^Buf f a lo 
1612 Niagara Tails Blvd. 
Buffalo 14150 
716-636-6511 

Ccttju trr 1 a-»V 1 tha ca 
225 Elmir* Rd. 
Ithaca 14850 
607-277-4888 

Conputer KicrosystefflB 
1311 Northern Blvd. 
Marhasset 11030 
516 627-3640 

Ccrv»jter Mart of New York 
1 1 8 Ya<i! vn Ave . 
New York 10016 
212-686-7923 

Computer Shop of Syracuse 
3470 E. Erie Blvd. 
DrWitt 13214 
315-446-1284 

Meizner Business Machines 
24 Lorraine Ave. 
Mt. Vernon 10553 



KTW YORK ICm: 'd) 

Dlscin EJectrunics 
711 Maan St. 
Buffalo 14203 
716-856-2504 

03 Ron Fl f ■ctrtjru CS 
3259 Sheridan Drive 
Buffalo 14226 
716-837-6300 

OLson Electronics 

CJarmce Mali, 4401 Transit Bd 

Buffalo 14221 

716-633-6644 

01e<^i FJecrtronics 
3768 Seneca St. 
West Seneca 14224 



NJRTH CA ROL!?:* 

Byte Shop 

218 N. Elm St. 

Greensboro 27401 

919-275-2983 

Carolina Information Systems 
P. 0. Box 10534 
Raleiah 2760S 
919-833-0210 

Ccrpu t er 1 and /Char 1 ot te 
3915 E. Lnrjependence Blvd. 
Charlotte 28205 
704-536-8500 

The Ccrputer Boom 
1100 E. Morehead St. 
Charlotte 28204 
704-377-9B21 



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Astro Video Electronics 
504 Z. Vain St. 
Lancaster 4 3130 
614-687-0629 

Corpute.- land/Cleveland East 

K68 SCM Center Road 
Mavfielri Heights 44124 
216-461-1200 

Dayton Computer Mart 
2665 S. Dixie Ave. 
Dayton 45409 
513-296-1248 

Gra>an Electronics Supply 
239 lortrland Blvd. 
Cincirrati 45215 
513-772-1661 



OHIO (Cont'd) 



McShanr, Inc. 
123 w. Washington 
M«iir.a 44256 
216-725-4568 

Micro Mini Ccr^Mter World, Inc. 

7o-m i Cc»mtry Shopping Center 

6 2 Coun zsy Re -ad 

P. O. Box 13207 

Colurfous 43713 

614-235-5813 



Olson Electronics 
414 Northfield Rd. 
Bedford 44146 
216-663-5970 

Rike's 

1111 S. Miami Blvd. West 

Dayton 45401 

513-225-8457 

OKI A' CM* 



Olson Electronics 
69 v~st State St. 

Akron 44 308 
216-762-0 301 

Olson Electronics 
1994 Briltaln Rd. 
Akron 44310 
216-633-4338 

Olson Electronics 

3265 K. Ki.-ret St., Boom 108 

Akr-m 44 313 

216-864-3407 

Olson Electronics 
1975 Hemic .-son Rd. 
Colurtxs 4 3220 
614-451-3245 
Olson Electronics 
2020 Euclid Ave. 
Cleveland 44115 
716-621-6387 

Olson Electronics 
6813 Pearl Road 
Cleveland 44130 
216-B4S-2424 



Ancrona 

1125 sr 82th Ave. 

Portland 97220 

503-254-5541 

Co-puter Pathways IJnlimit«l, 
145 Alice St. South 
Salem 97302 
503-399-0534 



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Inc. 



ir Aid 

Latrobe 30 Shopping Plata 
Route 30 East 
Latrobe 15650 
412-539-1133 

Co-pu te r 1 and/Harr i sburg 
4644 Carlisle Pike 
<*chanicsburg 17055 
717-763-1116 



Olson Elertronics 
6)53 Vaytield Soad 
Cleveland 44124 
216-449-2690 



Closser Bros., Inc. 
Franklin L Locust Sts. 
Johnstown 15901 
814-536-6633 



Olson Electronics 
21850 Center Ridge Bd. 
Cleveland 44116 
216-331-4600 



Grey Fax Electronics 
Ma_un I Reliance 
Telford 18969 
215-723-3831 



Olson Electronics 
7401 VarVet St. 
Southern Park Mall 
Youncsto-/n 44512 
216-758-3828 

Olson Electronics 
36212 Euclid Ave. 
willoughby 44094 
216-946-5457 

Olson Electronics 

1193 W. Pleasant Valley Bd. 

Parma 44134 

216-888-6366 



Market line Syster-s 
2.337 PMlrxxit Ave. 
Huntingdon Valley 1900S 
215-947-6670 

Olson Electronics 
5918 Penn Ave. 
Pittsburgh 15206 
412-362-1333 

Olson Electronics 
3405 Sj-> Mill Run Road 
Pittsburgh 15227 
f 412-881-0702 

Olson Electronics 
4778 Mclrught Ftad,, 
Pittsburgh 1S237< 
412-366-7298 



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SOUTH DAKOTA 



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TEXAS 

XncTona 

2649 Pic-Vond Ave. 

Houston 77098 

713-529-3489 

M Ccrputerland/Austin 

<0 Shoal CireX Plata 

3 300 Anderson Lane 

Austin 78757 

512-452-5701 

Ccrnputer lard/Dal las 

Ttie Comer Shopping Center 

8061 Walnut Kill In-, Suite 912 

Dallas 75231 

214-363-2223 

Go-T»-.'..erla.-xyBoustan-3ay Area 
1018 Wil locale 
Seaorook. 77586 
713-474-4808 

Co-put erland/S.W. Houston 
6439 Wc-stheimer 
Houston 77057 
713-977-0909 

The Ccr^juter Shop 
6812 S.m P"<lro 
San An*LTvio 78216 
512-828-0553 



TZOS (Cont'd) 

Ecltrtic rentals 
2E30 Walnut Hill tune 
Lallts 75229 
214-25E-1307 

r cloys 

7103 Erc-stine 

HOJSUn 77023 



KA Electronic Sales 
■ 1220 MoJL-sry Dr. 
UlliS 75247 
214-634-7670 

Ki Electronic Sales 
1117 S. Jjpiter fed. 
Garland 75042 
214-494-2588 

JWescription Learning 
74 22 Har-in Drive 
Houston 77036 
713-977-2440 

UTAH 

TO? Systens 
95 K. 100 South 
Locan 84321 
801-752-2770 

ta-p\TLer land/Salt LaVe City 
161 E. 2nd SoJth 
Salt Lake City 84111 
801-364-4416 

The Hi-ri S/op 
2323 Washington Blvd. 
Cuden E4 401 
801-621-5244 



VUMDNT 



Co-pj - ./-_'".o.-«i'r:ii v iic--on C.C. 
(■411 Old Cou--.Jo.is* fcd. 
Vienna 22180 
702-153-0474 

Crn 'Jter SysUr-s Store _ 
1964 D.ain fcriroe Hd. 

)t:/an 22101 
703-E3)-fe333 



k'-S Tr-i.jolt^y, Inc. 
706 Jrfiustry Drive 
nu'-ptxn 23661 
804-E3E-245B 

Scientific Trading, Inc. 
2990 TelcsLar Ct, Icjcm 115 
Tails Church 22042 
703-573-8787 

Tver jean Mercantile Co., Inc. 
2418 first Ave. South 
Seattle 98134 
206-624-6141 

Ccr-pj ter 1 anc/r« 1 j e vue 
3 4340 K.E. 70th 
nelle-.-j? 9b007 
20L-746-2O7O 

to-p-iter land/So. King County 
1500 S. 316th St. 
Par----Hy Center , Suite 12 
Etoerai Kay 98003 
206-E3S-9363 

Ccr-poterland/Tancrra 
E791 S. Teacm Kay 
7a=ora 98449 
206-5ei-0388 

Micro GoTDuter Center 
11 622 NE Bth St. 
Bellfvue 96005 
206-455-3710 

Cneca Crxnputers 
1032 N.E. 65th 
Seattle lice* 
206-522-0220 

7-t:!j-al r.- 1 f ».V4C* , Inc. 
South 104 Ti-.k 

509-5 34-3915 



V.1STVTR2.WIA 



WlSCCfiSIS' 

Byte Shop of Milwaukee 
6019 K. Layton Ave. 
Greenfield 53220 
414-261-7004 

Colortron 
2111 LaLY-cp Ave. 
Racine 53405 
414-637-2003 

CotryjU? r 1 aj>:VV.a di son 
690 S. VJ-jtney Viay 
Madison 53711 
60E-272-2020 ' 

Ccr-pjler! and/Mil -a uVee 
10111 K. Cipitol Dr. 
Kilvau1.ee 53222 
414-466-8990 

Madison Co-pjter Store 
1863 Monroe St. 
Madison 53711 
608-255-5552 

Olson Electronics 
3125 S. 108th St. 
West Mils 53227 
414-541-1406 



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<XK. tic. 

407 HartJton Court 

B'.aO.sSurg, 74060 

703-552-4923 



COMMODORE SALES AND SERVICE: 



Commodore Bunness Machines, Inc. 

901 California Avenue 

Palo Alio. California 94301. USA 

MOS Technology 

950 Rittennouse Road 

Norrmomn. Pennsylvania 19401. USA 

Commodore Business Machines. Limited 

3370 Pharmacy Avenue 

AgincouM. Onrario. Canada M1W2K4 

Commodore Business Machines Limited 

446 Bath Road 

Slough SL1 6BB. England 

Commodore Buromaschinen GmbH 

Frankfurter Suasse 171175 

6078 Neu Isenburg 

W Germany 



Commodore Switzerland S.A. 
Bahnholstrasse 29 3 1 , 2 Slock 
Postlach 666. 6001 Aarau. Switzerland 

Commodore Japan Limited 

Taisei Denshi Building 

8 14 Ikue 1 Chome 

AsahiKu, Osaka 535. Japan 

Commodore Electronics (Hong Kong) Ltd. 

Watsons Estates 

Block C, 1 llh lloor 

Hong Kong, Hong Kong