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Programmers Journal, March 1987 Issue
- 15 Articles, 76pp
Tree Summary
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  1. [–] Issues of the 1980s
    = 7 Years, 42 Issues, 602 Articles
    1. [+] Issues of 1983
      = 6 Issues, 102 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of 1984
        = 6 Issues, 81 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of 1985
          = 6 Issues, 74 Articles
          1. [+] Issues of 1986
            = 6 Issues, 87 Articles
            1. [–] Issues of 1987
              = 6 Issues, 79 Articles
              1. [+] January 1987 Issue
                = 11 Articles
                1. [–] March 1987 Issue
                  = 15 Articles
                  1. Note from the Editor, pp. 4-5 - PDF
                  2. Letters, pp. 6-9 - PDF
                  3. DTack Grounded, The Junk Mail Flyer by Hal W. Hardenbergh, pp. 10-15 - PDF
                  4. Starting Your Own Software House by Ray Duncan, pp. 16-21 - PDF
                  5. Pink Noise by Frank D. Greco, pp. 22-25 - PDF
                  6. A Graphics Print Screen Utility4C a Simple Terminate and Stay Resident Program by M. Steven Baker, pp. 26-33 - PDF
                  7. Coding Guidelines for Resident Programs by Graham Pearson, pp. 34-39 - PDF
                  8. Parallel Processing with the EGA by Michael Abrash, pp. 40-47 - PDF
                  9. Portability in Practice and Using Header Files by William James Hunt, pp. 48-49 - PDF
                  10. The Proposed ANSI C Language Standard, Part 6 by Rex Jaeschke, pp. 50-53 - PDF
                  11. Indexing in BASIC by Ethan Winer, pp. 54-61 - PDF
                  12. Turbo C7C A First Look by Michael Abrash, pp. 62-67 - PDF
                  13. Misc, pp. 68-70 - PDF
                  14. PJ Billboard, p. 71 - PDF
                  15. Housekeeping, pp. 72-74 - PDF
                2. [+] May 1987 Issue
                  = 13 Articles
                  1. [+] July 1987 Issue
                    = 12 Articles
                    1. [+] September 1987 Issue
                      = 14 Articles
                      1. [+] November 1987 Issue
                        = 14 Articles
                      2. [+] Issues of 1988
                        = 6 Issues, 85 Articles
                        1. [+] Issues of 1989
                          = 6 Issues, 94 Articles
                        2. [+] Issues of the 1990s
                          = 2 Years, 12 Issues, 221 Articles
                          Year
                          X
                          January 1987 Issue - 11 Articles
                        3. , pp. 4-5 - PDF
                        4. , pp. 6-7 - PDF
                        5. PJ Forum 
                        6. , pp. 8-13 - PDF
                          Standards----Yaay! Booo!; graphics hardward; benchmarks; Intel a la Mode
                        7. Redirections 
                        8. , pp. 14-19 - PDF
                          The protected mode slouches towards your CPU
                        9. Consulting 
                        10. , pp. 20-23 - PDF
                          The unavoidable realities
                        11. DOS 
                        12. , pp. 24-35 - PDF
                          File redirection in MS DOS, with examples in Assembler and C
                        13. On Graphics 
                        14. , pp. 36-47 - PDF
                          Programming a difficult chip set
                        15. Pascal 
                        16. , pp. 48-51 - PDF
                          Efficient string allocation
                        17. , pp. 52-55 - PDF
                        18. BASIC 
                        19. , pp. 56-60 - PDF
                        20. , pp. 61-66 - PDF
                        21. March 1987 Issue - 15 Articles
                        22. , pp. 4-5 - PDF
                        23. , pp. 6-9 - PDF
                          Optimizing Turbo, memory resident code, and more
                        24. PJ Forum 
                        25. , pp. 10-15 - PDF
                          Marketing plans and raucous laughter, HP, the 68030, the Transputer, and expert idiots
                        26.  
                        27. , pp. 16-21 - PDF
                          The pros and cons and the preliminaries
                        28. Redirections 
                        29. , pp. 22-25 - PDF
                          IBM's PL.8 compiler, monitors, parallel processing, animation on the PC, the latest on ...
                        30. ASM 
                        31. , pp. 26-33 - PDF
                          Graphics screen dumps to an Okidata printer
                        32. , pp. 34-39 - PDF
                          Some sample memory resident code
                        33. On Graphics 
                        34. , pp. 40-47 - PDF
                          The state of PC graphics, starting a tour of the EGA, and some reader challenges
                        35. , pp. 48-49 - PDF
                          Practical problems in writing portable C code and a technique for keeping track of head...
                        36. , pp. 50-53 - PDF
                          Function prototypes
                        37. BASIC 
                        38. , pp. 54-61 - PDF
                          Indexing techniques to speed BASIC file access
                        39. Review 
                        40. , pp. 62-67 - PDF
                          An interesting C compiler
                        41.  
                        42. , pp. 68-70 - PDF
                        43. , p. 71 - PDF
                        44. , pp. 72-74 - PDF
                        45. May 1987 Issue - 13 Articles
                        46. , pp. 4-5 - PDF
                        47. , pp. 6-9 - PDF
                        48. PJ Forum 
                        49. , pp. 10-15 - PDF
                          Ways to publicize your product
                        50. Redirections 
                        51. [+]
                          (4 Reviews)
                          , pp. 16-23 - PDF
                          Frank Greco continues his survey of the literature on Unix
                          1. The Unix System by Stephen R. Bourne
                          2. Introducing the Unix System by Henry McGilton
                          3. The Unix Operating System Book by Mike Banahan and Andy Rutter
                          4. The Unix System Guidebook by Peter P. Silvester
                        52. Consulting 
                        53. , pp. 24-29 - PDF
                          Why and how you should grow
                          1. The Unix System by Stephen R. Bourne
                          2. Introducing the Unix System by Henry McGilton
                          3. The Unix Operating System Book by Mike Banahan and Andy Rutter
                          4. The Unix System Guidebook by Peter P. Silvester
                        54. On Graphics 
                        55. , pp. 30-37 - PDF
                          More explanation of the EGA and a look at three EEGAs
                          1. The Unix System by Stephen R. Bourne
                          2. Introducing the Unix System by Henry McGilton
                          3. The Unix Operating System Book by Mike Banahan and Andy Rutter
                          4. The Unix System Guidebook by Peter P. Silvester
                        56. Modula 2 
                        57. , pp. 38-43 - PDF
                          Will Modula-2 replace Pascal?
                          1. The Unix System by Stephen R. Bourne
                          2. Introducing the Unix System by Henry McGilton
                          3. The Unix Operating System Book by Mike Banahan and Andy Rutter
                          4. The Unix System Guidebook by Peter P. Silvester
                        58. Pascal 
                        59. , pp. 44-45 - PDF
                          Proceedings of the Borland Compuserve SIG seminar
                          1. The Unix System by Stephen R. Bourne
                          2. Introducing the Unix System by Henry McGilton
                          3. The Unix Operating System Book by Mike Banahan and Andy Rutter
                          4. The Unix System Guidebook by Peter P. Silvester
                        60. , pp. 46-49 - PDF
                          More on function prototypes
                          1. The Unix System by Stephen R. Bourne
                          2. Introducing the Unix System by Henry McGilton
                          3. The Unix Operating System Book by Mike Banahan and Andy Rutter
                          4. The Unix System Guidebook by Peter P. Silvester
                        61. , pp. 50-53 - PDF
                          The standard and older version of the compiler; forcing DOS to flush data and control i...
                          1. The Unix System by Stephen R. Bourne
                          2. Introducing the Unix System by Henry McGilton
                          3. The Unix Operating System Book by Mike Banahan and Andy Rutter
                          4. The Unix System Guidebook by Peter P. Silvester
                        62. Basic 
                        63. , pp. 54-57 - PDF
                          Format text and numbers to a string in memory
                          1. The Unix System by Stephen R. Bourne
                          2. Introducing the Unix System by Henry McGilton
                          3. The Unix Operating System Book by Mike Banahan and Andy Rutter
                          4. The Unix System Guidebook by Peter P. Silvester
                        64. , pp. 58-63 - PDF
                          1. The Unix System by Stephen R. Bourne
                          2. Introducing the Unix System by Henry McGilton
                          3. The Unix Operating System Book by Mike Banahan and Andy Rutter
                          4. The Unix System Guidebook by Peter P. Silvester
                        65. , pp. 64-66 - PDF
                          1. The Unix System by Stephen R. Bourne
                          2. Introducing the Unix System by Henry McGilton
                          3. The Unix Operating System Book by Mike Banahan and Andy Rutter
                          4. The Unix System Guidebook by Peter P. Silvester
                        66. July 1987 Issue - 12 Articles
                        67. , pp. 4-5 - PDF
                        68. , pp. 6-11 - PDF
                        69. PJ Forum 
                        70. , pp. 12-17 - PDF
                          The ins and outs of providing low-cost, time-saving support
                        71. Redirections 
                        72. [+]
                          (5 Reviews)
                          , pp. 18-21 - PDF
                          The conclusion of Frank Greco's three-part survey of the literature on Unix
                          1. The Business Guide to the Unix System by Jean Yates and Sandra Emerson
                          2. Concurrent Euclid, the Unix System, and Tunis by R.C. Holt
                          3. UNIX on the IBM PC by William B. Twitty
                          4. Exploring the Unix System by Stephen G. Kochan and Patrick H. Wood
                          5. Unix for People by Peter M. Birns, Patrick B. Brown, and...
                        73. Consulting 
                        74. , pp. 22-29 - PDF
                          Trim the unbillable hours and work more effectively
                          1. The Business Guide to the Unix System by Jean Yates and Sandra Emerson
                          2. Concurrent Euclid, the Unix System, and Tunis by R.C. Holt
                          3. UNIX on the IBM PC by William B. Twitty
                          4. Exploring the Unix System by Stephen G. Kochan and Patrick H. Wood
                          5. Unix for People by Peter M. Birns, Patrick B. Brown, and...
                        75. On Graphics 
                        76. , pp. 30-37 - PDF
                          The final aspect of data flow through the Graphics Controller
                          1. The Business Guide to the Unix System by Jean Yates and Sandra Emerson
                          2. Concurrent Euclid, the Unix System, and Tunis by R.C. Holt
                          3. UNIX on the IBM PC by William B. Twitty
                          4. Exploring the Unix System by Stephen G. Kochan and Patrick H. Wood
                          5. Unix for People by Peter M. Birns, Patrick B. Brown, and...
                        77. , pp. 38-41 - PDF
                          The type modifiers const and volatile
                          1. The Business Guide to the Unix System by Jean Yates and Sandra Emerson
                          2. Concurrent Euclid, the Unix System, and Tunis by R.C. Holt
                          3. UNIX on the IBM PC by William B. Twitty
                          4. Exploring the Unix System by Stephen G. Kochan and Patrick H. Wood
                          5. Unix for People by Peter M. Birns, Patrick B. Brown, and...
                        78. , pp. 42-43 - PDF
                          Scan a number of strings quickly
                          1. The Business Guide to the Unix System by Jean Yates and Sandra Emerson
                          2. Concurrent Euclid, the Unix System, and Tunis by R.C. Holt
                          3. UNIX on the IBM PC by William B. Twitty
                          4. Exploring the Unix System by Stephen G. Kochan and Patrick H. Wood
                          5. Unix for People by Peter M. Birns, Patrick B. Brown, and...
                        79. Utilities 
                        80. , pp. 44-49 - PDF
                          A utility to help a client use a hard disk
                          1. The Business Guide to the Unix System by Jean Yates and Sandra Emerson
                          2. Concurrent Euclid, the Unix System, and Tunis by R.C. Holt
                          3. UNIX on the IBM PC by William B. Twitty
                          4. Exploring the Unix System by Stephen G. Kochan and Patrick H. Wood
                          5. Unix for People by Peter M. Birns, Patrick B. Brown, and...
                        81. BASIC 
                        82. , pp. 50-59 - PDF
                          Ways to deal with the global range of BASIC's variables
                          1. The Business Guide to the Unix System by Jean Yates and Sandra Emerson
                          2. Concurrent Euclid, the Unix System, and Tunis by R.C. Holt
                          3. UNIX on the IBM PC by William B. Twitty
                          4. Exploring the Unix System by Stephen G. Kochan and Patrick H. Wood
                          5. Unix for People by Peter M. Birns, Patrick B. Brown, and...
                        83.  
                        84. , pp. 60-63 - PDF
                          1. The Business Guide to the Unix System by Jean Yates and Sandra Emerson
                          2. Concurrent Euclid, the Unix System, and Tunis by R.C. Holt
                          3. UNIX on the IBM PC by William B. Twitty
                          4. Exploring the Unix System by Stephen G. Kochan and Patrick H. Wood
                          5. Unix for People by Peter M. Birns, Patrick B. Brown, and...
                        85. , pp. 64-66 - PDF
                          1. The Business Guide to the Unix System by Jean Yates and Sandra Emerson
                          2. Concurrent Euclid, the Unix System, and Tunis by R.C. Holt
                          3. UNIX on the IBM PC by William B. Twitty
                          4. Exploring the Unix System by Stephen G. Kochan and Patrick H. Wood
                          5. Unix for People by Peter M. Birns, Patrick B. Brown, and...
                        86. September 1987 Issue - 14 Articles
                        87. , pp. 4-5 - PDF
                        88. , pp. 6-9 - PDF
                        89. PJ Forum 
                        90. , pp. 10-15 - PDF
                          History awaits IBM's Second Coming
                        91. PJ Interview 
                        92. , pp. 16-19 - PDF
                          Frank Opens a window on an innovative graphics company
                        93. Consulting 
                        94. , pp. 20-23 - PDF
                          When does it pay to change tools?
                        95. ASM 
                        96. , pp. 24-27 - PDF
                          A TSR to keep your eyes on the screen
                        97. Pascal 
                        98. , pp. 28-41 - PDF
                          Further TSR explorations, off into space
                        99. , pp. 42-43 - PDF
                          Useful suggestions from a PJ reader
                        100. , pp. 44-47 - PDF
                          Rex reveals limits.h and float.h headers
                        101. , pp. 48-51 - PDF
                          Printer help for the new Turbo C user
                        102. Basic 
                        103. , pp. 52-59 - PDF
                          A BASIC showdown----who will finish first?
                        104. , pp. 60-63 - PDF
                          Our technical editor identifies items of interest
                        105.  
                        106. , pp. 64-66 - PDF
                        107. - PDF
                        108. November 1987 Issue - 14 Articles
                        109. , pp. 4-5 - PDF
                        110. , pp. 6-9 - PDF
                        111. PJ Forum 
                        112. , pp. 10-13 - PDF
                          Surely OS/2 is at hand...
                        113. Redirections 
                        114. , pp. 14-19 - PDF
                          Show notes and other news from our Unix correspondent
                        115. Consulting 
                        116. , pp. 20-25 - PDF
                          Sensible steps and one draconian solution
                        117. Pascal 
                        118. , pp. 26-53 - PDF
                          MS-DOS, meet Marshall Pascal
                        119. , pp. 54-59 - PDF
                          Tom takes us back to future
                        120. , pp. 60-61 - PDF
                          The memxxx library function
                        121. , pp. 62-65 - PDF
                          Rex takes aim at a moving target
                        122.  
                        123. , pp. 66-76 - PDF
                        124. , pp. 77-78 - PDF
                        125. , p. 79 - PDF
                        126. , pp. 80-82 - PDF
                        127. - PDF
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                        129. , pp. 4-5 - PDF
                        130. , pp. 6-9 - PDF
                          Optimizing Turbo, memory resident code, and more
                        131. PJ Forum 
                        132. , pp. 10-15 - PDF
                          Marketing plans and raucous laughter, HP, the 68030, the Transputer, and expert idiots
                        133.  
                        134. , pp. 16-21 - PDF
                          The pros and cons and the preliminaries
                        135. Redirections 
                        136. , pp. 22-25 - PDF
                          IBM's PL.8 compiler, monitors, parallel processing, animation on the PC, the latest on ...
                        137. ASM 
                        138. , pp. 26-33 - PDF
                          Graphics screen dumps to an Okidata printer
                        139. , pp. 34-39 - PDF
                          Some sample memory resident code
                        140. On Graphics 
                        141. , pp. 40-47 - PDF
                          The state of PC graphics, starting a tour of the EGA, and some reader challenges
                        142. , pp. 48-49 - PDF
                          Practical problems in writing portable C code and a technique for keeping track of head...
                        143. , pp. 50-53 - PDF
                          Function prototypes
                        144. BASIC 
                        145. , pp. 54-61 - PDF
                          Indexing techniques to speed BASIC file access
                        146. Review 
                        147. , pp. 62-67 - PDF
                          An interesting C compiler
                        148.  
                        149. , pp. 68-70 - PDF
                        150. , p. 71 - PDF
                        151. , pp. 72-74 - PDF