Re: [NTLK] [LONG] The life on the dull side of OS 1.x (was: Interest in Newton 110?)

From: Matt Howe <>
Date: Tue Apr 21 2009 - 18:04:02 EDT

You will need to dig deeper. There are several pdf files out there of the
original Apple Newton programming books. Below is a partial list:

Granted some of these are 2.0 but they are a start. And I don't think the
serial interface has changed that much. There is also a repository of 1.x
example code. If you already write code than you can do it. You just need to
learn another language.

Matt (Ducky) Howe
Owner of a MP2000U and an Emate (Nokia N770) (Desktop)

Matej Horvat wrote:
Actually I do have a few years of BASIC/Visual Basic experience, and I have
a copy of "Programming for the Newton using Windows", but that doesn't cover
using the serial port (which is crucial for using a modem) and the only
communications it covers are 2.x-only transports. Here is a very long note I
wrote on my MP120/1.3. Because there's no POP3/SMTP client for 1.x, I had to
"send" it the following way:

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