16K utility Eprom for the BBC Model B. The authors were Jeff Aughton and Ian Piumarta. Our thanks to Alan Nolan for the information
The design philosophy of SLAVE has been to provide genuinely useful routines that can be relied upon to work, and that will provide a comprehensive development and debugging aid. Despite its power, SLAVE is easy to use; this being a prime consideration in its design. You do NOT need to be a computer expert to use SLAVE; however, through its use you will certainly learn more about your computer and develop your skills as a programmer.
The scope and depth of SLAVE'S many routines should suit even the most demanding user and each of the utilities has been included because it has been found to be of practical value - there are no cosmetic routines in SLAVE! Some of its facilities can be found on other ROM chips and, where this is the case, the SLAVE routine should be at least as useful and usable as its counterpart.
The Slave ROM together with The SLAVE Drivers Guide, 68 pages, by J Aughton and I Piumarta from January 1985 was very kindly donated by Alan Nolan
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