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Category Archives: Retro Computing
RTM/Z80 is a multitasking kernel, built for Z80 based computers, written in Z80 assembly language, providing its users with an Application Programming Interface (API) accessible from programs written in the C language and the Z80 assembly language. It is intended … Continue reading
Due to COVID19 pandemic, I and my family was forced in our home. So I revamped my 8bit computer book, with a new look and a nice search engine.
Nel 1984, dopo il successo del C/64, la Commodore lanciò sul mercato il Plus4 ed il Commdore16, due macchine quasi identiche che si differenziavano per il quantitativo di RAM a bordo e per la dotazione del software in ROM. Il … Continue reading
The Commodore 64 is a fascinating machine. It is the single best selling computer model in human history. The fact that the C64 still holds that title in 2021 — close to three decades after being discontinued — is nothing short of … Continue reading
VIC20 Roooocks! Some nice article I found on this site, and done by Lawrence Woodman, a very smart guy in our humble opinion… 40-Columns on Vic20 Adding Basic STUBS to Machine Language Code SUBLEQ on VIC20