Apple II: DOS 3.2 (Second Copy)
|Home > Browse Our Collection > Manuals > Apple II Manuals > Apple II: DOS 3.2 (Second Copy)|
Apple II DOS 3.2 Do's & Don'ts of DOS
This manual has two primary functions. The first is to teach you how to use the DOS (Disk Operating System): the Chapters of the manual use examples to accompany explanations of how the various DOS commands work. The second function of the manual is to serve as a reference guide to DOS.
The Appendices, Quick Reference Card, and the Indices (on pages 172, 178 and the inside back cover) were planned with this function in mind.
To use an Apple Disk II, you need an Apple II computer with at least 16K of memory — but 32K is recommended, since the 16K system allows little memory space to store programs. For using Apple Disk II with Applesoft BASIC on the firmware ROM card (Part A2B0009X) , your computer still requires only 16K of memory. For using Apple Disk II with Applesoft on cassette tape (Part A2T0004) or on diskette, your computer must have at least 32K of memory.
CHAPTER 1 INSTALLATION AND HANDLING
CHAPTER 2 GETTING STARTED
CHAPTER 3 EXERCISING OPTIONS
CHAPTER 4 PLAYING SAFE
CHAPTER 5 MORE “HOUSEKEEPING” INFORMATION
CHAPTER 6 USING SEQUENTIAL FILES
CHAPTER 7 AUTO APPLE
CHAPTER 8 USING RANDOM-ACCESS FILES
CHAPTER 9 USING MACHINE LANGUAGE FILES
CHAPTER 10 INPUT, OUTPUT AND CHAINING
APPENDIX A FILE TYPES USED WITH DOS COMMANDS
APPENDIX B DOS MESSAGES
APPENDIX C FORMAT OF DISKETTE INFORMATION
APPENDIX D MEMORY USAGE
APPENDIX E DOS ENTRY POINTS AND SCHEMATICS
APPENDIX F SUMMARY OF DOS COMMANDS
APPENDIX G SUMMARY OF DOS PROCEDURES
Platform: Apple II, II Plus with 32Kb RAM Disk 5.25 drive
OS: DOS 3.2
System Software (SS:) DOS 3.2
Version: 3.2 1979
This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2825. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.