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Old 02 June 2017, 20:30   #41
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I've installed the aforementioned sasc658, and the manuals (2 volumes/.txt files) seem to be lacking the 'displays' (figures). Am I doing something wrong? I've tried MultiView and the SAS/C editor.

Is there any version version of these manuals that do include the figures? Eg, a .pdf would be great!
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Old 02 June 2017, 23:32   #42
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Old 03 June 2017, 15:07   #43
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Figures?
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Old 03 June 2017, 17:30   #44
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Like here (Manual Volume 1, Part 1, Chapter 2):

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Surely there should be some kind of screenshot there?
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Maybe there's something better than plain-text docs here:

http://amiga-manuals.xiik.net/index.php
http://www.bombjack.org/amiga/index.htm
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Lattice C is the predecessor of SAS/C, and Bombjack has the manual set for that one.
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Old 04 June 2017, 11:14   #47
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Ok I see, I'll check out the Lattice manual, thanks!
Nice links, btw, looks like there's a ton of info there.
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Volume 1 of the manual for the primary Amiga C compiler for most of the 1990s. Updated for version 6.5.

SAS/C Development System User's Guide, Volume 1: Introduction, Compiler, Editor, Version 6
https://archive.org/details/sasc-650-vol1


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Volume 2 of the user's guide for the primary Amiga C compiler for most of the 1990s. Covers version 6.5.

SAS/C Development System User's Guide, Volume 2: Debugger, Utilities, Assembler, Version 6
https://archive.org/details/sasc-650-vol2
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Old 05 June 2017, 20:27   #49
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As much as I would have liked this to be the pdf's I was looking for, unfortunately they aren't. The missing screenshot I mentioned (Display 2.1) is readable, but the 3 following ones are so blurred they are unusable.

Thanks for the effort, though!
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As much as I would have liked this to be the pdf's I was looking for, unfortunately they aren't. The missing screenshot I mentioned (Display 2.1) is readable, but the 3 following ones are so blurred they are unusable.

Thanks for the effort, though!
Those are the correct manuals, even if the embedded screenshots are bad quality in the PDF version.

There are deliberate errors in the first few examples which can be a bit confusing, part of the learning experience is to correct those in order to get familiar with the IDE. Perhaps not the brightest idea since many users try the included examples as a way to test if the compiler is installed correctly before even opening the manual, and they are in for a surprise.

I suggest you download the file called "GENERIC RAW BOOK ZIP", it's a bit better there, screens are barely readable.
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I suggest you download the file called "GENERIC RAW BOOK ZIP", it's a bit better there, screens are barely readable.
Indeed, they're almost readable in that version! I guess I'll be using them together; there's not a lot of screens, anyway. Thanks again!
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