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LOGO A Language for Learning
Copyright © Terrapin, Inc., 1982, 1983
Leigh L. Klotz, Jr
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The Commodore 64 is a computer that must normally be programmed in BASIC. Accordingly, he logs on after turning on with the message "**** COMMODORE 64 BASIC V2 ****". Basic controls you, you can give the computer instructions that perform well then. One could give the computer but no Anweisunger, which belong to the language logo. The computer must, therefore, must first be made to implement the program, which enables him to understand logo. At this point it is the disc drive to play. It sets as described in the manual, the disk labeled logo in the disc drive is one, the computer then the command "OPEN 15,8,15," and presses the key labeled RETURN.
The computer responds with "READY". Now enter "LOAD" LOGO ", an 8". What are the computer "SEARCHING FOR LOGO" outputs. Has he found logo on the disk, it reports "LOADING" and, once it is finished, "READY".
Now type "RUN" and wait. The computer is now audible, he learns "" logo. This process is called loading, loading, or in English. Once the computer has finished loading, it reports on the screen
COMMODORE 64 LOGO
COPYRIGHT (C) 1982.1983 TERRAPIN, INC.
COPYRIGHT (C) 1981 MIT.
WELCOME TO LOGO!
You are now ready to start programming in LOGO !
(See manual and Logo primitives for reference)
*** C64 Implementations of LOGO ***
-  Terrapin Logo
-  HES’ Turtle Graphics I - David Malmberg (Human Engineered Software)
-  HES’ Turtle Graphics II - David Malmberg (Human Engineered Software)
-  Telly Turtle
-  Turtle Graphics Interpreter - Irwin Tillman (COMPUTE!’s Gazette)
-  Elmer the Turtle - Peter Crosby (RUN magazine)
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http://www.nostalgia8.nl/logo/c64/c64-logofiles.htm (Very very interesting!!. Explain the set of files and how to use them.