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SubjectRe: TRS80 port (was FreeVMS?)
On Wed, 1 May 1996, James L. McGill wrote:
> On Tue, 30 Apr 1996, Mick J Hellstrom wrote:
>
> mickh} > You're kidding, right?
> mickh}
> mickh} Actually, I've heard that someone is working on a TRS-80 port to x86, now
> mickh} that could be particularly interesting...
>
> Oonlly if ttheyy emmullaatte the kkeyyboaard bbounnce.
>
> ( apologies to those who never had a trs80 model I )

;-) That brings back memories. I'd forgotten about that. Although it
didn't seem to affect me much, you got used to pressing backspace every
so often.


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