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I'll wager that most domestic arguments are about money. Where is all the money going? What have you/we spent it on this month? How much did thai cost?

If it sounds familiar, this Home Budget program could well provide the answers. It allows you to keep track of up to 100 items, calculate totals and store them for future use. It will produce a list sorted by item name w ith a total at the end of each entry. A prompt is given at the end of each update or deletion stage until END is entered.

Since the program was originally written for a Commodore 64 not all the Amstrad facilities have been used to their fullest extent, but you will still find this a handy utility which will assist in keeping your accounts in order and prove to your family (wife) that the computer is not just another fancy video game.

The following list provides an explanation of the options displayed in the menu:

  • DISPLAY (1) Displays a list of 20 items each with an index number. This number is used in the UPDATE/DELETE sections of the program (Lines 1000-1999).
  • NEW (2) Allows you to initialise the list and add new expenses. This section ends if you try to enter more than 100 items or when you type END and Enter. (Lines 2000-2999).
  • UPDATE (3) Allows you to correct any item name or amount by using the index number from the display screen when you receive the ITEM £ prompt. On entering the number, the item and amount will be displayed. Again, type END to finish this section (Lines 3000-3999).
  • SAVE (4) Allows you to save the data for future reference into a nominated file name which is entered at the prompt FILE NAME. Don't forget the name you use -1 find that by using the month and year, I can keep a permanent record of each mondi's expenses. Type END and Enter to finish the section (Lines 4000-4999)
  • DELETE (5) START AT and END AT uses the index numbers to delete the items in between. To delete one item line put a zero in END AT (Lines 5000-5999).
  • OPTION (6) This displays the main menu (Lines 6000-6999).
  • LOAD (7) Allows you to load data for studying and modification (Lines 7000 - 7999).
  • PRINT (8) Allows printer owners to get hard copy of the screen display (Lines 9000-9999).
  • END (9) The end of program routine, which also has a SAVE option in case you have omitted to do so during the program (Lines 8000 -8999).
  • CTRL U This is used only when there are more than 20 line items. It provides the facility to step back 20 items.
  • CTRL D For viewing the next 20 line items on the list. Remember that the CTRL and D keys should be pressed at the same time.

The program is written around various subroutines called by the main loop (Lines 200-300). There are two utilities included for use by any module - the sorting subroutine (Lines 500-599) and an accumulator subroutine (Lines 300-399).

In line 275 there should be a symbol for CTRL U inserted between the inverted commas. Similarly in line 280, there should be a symbol inserted for CTRL D.
As you read through the listing, you will find that all the functions on the menu go to various subroutines. This makes it easier to trace through the steps of the program.

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★ PUBLISHER: The Amstrad User (Australia)
★ YEAR: 1985
★ CONFIG: 64K + AMSDOS
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★ LICENCE: LISTING
★ AUTHOR: RALPH PAGE

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L'Amstrad CPC est une machine 8 bits à base d'un Z80 à 4MHz. Le premier de la gamme fut le CPC 464 en 1984, équipé d'un lecteur de cassettes intégré il se plaçait en concurrent  du Commodore C64 beaucoup plus compliqué à utiliser et plus cher. Ce fut un réel succès et sorti cette même années le CPC 664 équipé d'un lecteur de disquettes trois pouces intégré. Sa vie fut de courte durée puisqu'en 1985 il fut remplacé par le CPC 6128 qui était plus compact, plus soigné et surtout qui avait 128Ko de RAM au lieu de 64Ko.