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Q. Dear Uncle Louie -- I'm having trouble with my checkbook program. It seems that when
I do a gosub from within a triple-nested loop, the stack overflows and zero-page gets clobbered. What
should I do?
A. How should I know?
Q. Dear Uncle Louie -- I just got word that Apple is coming out with a 1024K solar-powered 64-bit
Apple "IIx" with a built-in 32 megabyte hard disk and 16" flat-screen color monitor. The whole thing,
including a 3D laser printer, fits in a lunch box, weighs just over three pounds and sells for $256. It
will run all existing software from any computer and handle every size disk. On weekends, it will double
as a microwave oven. P.S. Keep this under your hat.
Q. Dear Uncle Louie -- How do I clean the slots of my Apple IIc? They are full of gunk.
Q. Dear Uncle Louie -- There seems to be nothing of substance in your column. My question is,
"Where's the BEEF?"
Q. Dear Uncle Louie -- I ordered an Apple IIGS two months ago and I still don't have it. My motto
is "It's the squeaky wheel that gets the grease," so I'm going to picket the Apple store. Do you support
Q. Dear Uncle Louie -- What advantage is there to the IIGS having 4,096 colors?
Q. Dear Uncle Louie -- Why can't the IIGS match the resolution of a Mac?
Q. Dear Uncle Louie -- I've noticed that computers in magazine ads never have that big tangle
of cords coming out of the back. How can I accomplish this?
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