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Tuesday 20th December 2011
Denis  (Boulogne France)

Hi everybody,

My first computer too, I had the K7 player to save and run softwares, it was so easy to copy games with that ...
To7 is really great memories for me ...


Thursday 24th November 2011
Serge (FRANCE)

There was also somes ohter languages availiables on Memo 7 cadriges such as : asm6809 (a 6809 compiler with a small editor), forth and more...


Saturday 11th August 2007
Etienne (NANCY-FRANCE)

Hello !
The TO7 was my first computer in 1983 (I was 12), and I think it was a good computer to learn programming and to make some interesting programs using the light pen.
I've bought the Assembler Cartridge to program in Assembler. It was very hard, but very pleasant once you have understood assembler programming !!!





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