This part of the web site contains a book written by and Copyright (c) 1983 by Stephen Shaw, published in 1983,
by Phoenix Publishing.
Getting Started with the Texas Instruments TI99/4a Home Computer
* References in the text from the book to a PC Emulator are to Edward Schwartz TI Emulate, which is
no longer supported. There is now a commercial DOS product called
PC99 from CaDD Electronics which is more robust and reviewed elsewhere on this web site. I also use the Linux TI emulator TI99sim and the multiplatform multicomputer emulator MESS.
Minor amendments have been made (c)1984 and 1985 subsequent to TI withdrawing from the home computer market in November 1983.
This text is Copyright (c) 1983 BY Stephen Shaw.
THE INFORMATION IN THIS BOOK IS FREE. It may be copied, distributed and/or modified under the conditions set down in the Design Science License published by Michael Stutz at http://dsl.org/copyleft/dsl.txt
This book was written entirely using a TI99/4A with TI Writer, the files were later converted to PC text format.
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