The Commodore 64 version of PaperClip was written by Steve Douglas and was rewritten for the Atari personal computer by Steve Ahlstrom and Dan Moore. The Atari version was based upon the editor in the Action! programming language by Clinton Parker. It had many changes but the fundamental data structure (double linked list of lines) never changed.
One unusual aspect of at least some PaperClip programs was that the Control key functioned more like on a hand-held calculator. You had to press and release the Control key, then press the key for the appropriate function.
- "Paperclip." Ahoy!, No. 13, January 1985, pp. 44–46.
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