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The Graphics Wizard's Library for BASIC. Provides smaller, faster graphics for BASIC, plus some new capabilities including PrintScreen, read .MAC file, flip GET/PUT image, draw polygon, etc.
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The Graphics Wizard’s Library for BASIC. Provides smaller, faster graphics for BASIC, plus some new capabilities including PrintScreen, read .MAC file, flip GET/PUT image, draw polygon, etc.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
BIBLIO.TXT 1025 595 deflated
CATALOG.TXT 5363 2203 deflated
CREATE.BAT 54 47 deflated
DEMO.BAS 6538 1889 deflated
DEMO.PCX 1063 489 deflated
FILES.LST 1353 559 deflated
GRAFWIZ.BI 10512 1107 deflated
GRAFWIZ.DOC 50464 17258 deflated
GRAFWIZ.LIB 119808 24520 deflated
GRAFWIZ.NEW 3810 1659 deflated
GRAFWIZ.REF 3588 1260 deflated
LIBRARY.TXT 2993 1341 deflated
MIRRORS.BAS 1895 579 deflated
PRODUCT.TXT 5787 2553 deflated
QUESTION.TXT 6710 2875 deflated
REGISTER.TXT 4502 1310 deflated
ROSES.BAS 1352 506 deflated
S&B4EGA.BAS 7953 2604 deflated
S&B4EGA.EXE 10678 5912 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated
VGABOX.BAS 4983 1762 deflated
VGABOX.EXE 3794 2697 deflated

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Contents of the BIBLIO.TXT file


This constitutes a bibliography of some of the references used in creating
the GRAFWIZ library. They are listed in no particular order. I might note
that many of these references contain incorrect information on one point or
another and that they frequently contradict each other. Such are the joys of
assembly programming. Comments reflect my personal opinions on the text.



"COMPUTE!'s Mapping the IBM PC and PCjr". 1985, COMPUTE! Publications, Inc.
-- An old but indispensable reference. The memory map, port reference, and
low-level support chip information are very good.

"Programmer's Guide to PC & PS/2 Video Systems". 1987, by Richard Wilton.
Microsoft Press.
-- A terrific reference on video from MDA to VGA. The example program for
putting the Hercules adapter into graphics mode is rather buggy, though.

Programmer's Journal. This magazine contains a wealth of technical
information, most notably an ongoing EGA/VGA graphics column by Michael
Abrash which is utterly superb.



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