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This is my program Visual Apple II OS that I built for Hackfest 2020, it's a simple Operating System.
 
This is my program Visual Apple II OS that I built for Hackfest 2020, it's a simple Operating System.
 
It boots with a chime like "ta dan" synthesized by an Apple II program then show  
 
It boots with a chime like "ta dan" synthesized by an Apple II program then show  
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<div style="font-size:150%; text-align: center;">[[https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XRVaIsErA-4wxGlDHxJg3AUVkFiPkDiF/view?usp=sharing |  Click Here to Download]]</div>
 
<div style="font-size:150%; text-align: center;">[[https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XRVaIsErA-4wxGlDHxJg3AUVkFiPkDiF/view?usp=sharing |  Click Here to Download]]</div>
 
 
By Toolkitman
 

Revision as of 23:16, 12 September 2020

TOOLKITMAN

This is my program Visual Apple II OS that I built for Hackfest 2020, it's a simple Operating System. It boots with a chime like "ta dan" synthesized by an Apple II program then show the name of the OS and the Loading screen.

Running the OS you see a visual interface With commands shown: Commands are, Make Folder (you can write the name of the folder maximum 250 carachters) you have 10 lines to enter folders( you can also leave some line empty or all empty by pressing return on the keyboard)

Then you have to enter the corresponding files content for each folder folder 1 is the line of the first file line and so on alwayse with maximum 250 charachters.

After the ten lines there is a command prompt where you can choose or to see the content of the folder by writing his name previously inserted correctly or some command like BK back to command prompt or DELF delete folder or RST reset to homepage screen, There is also a MEM to show occupied variables memory and BASIC to go to applesoft basic prompt to program.

This is a simple example built in Applesoft of an Operating System.