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Wednesday 13rd April 2011
BZ (Sweden)

Wow those were the days. We had a network in school. One minicomputer the ABC 9000 from Luxor and ABC800 - ABC 1600 as terminals. Some of the ABC:s had a cool feature when "wordprocessing" you could rotate the screen 90 degrees and the screen was WYSIWYG of a portrait-A4. UNIX operating system and vi for the wordprocessing. For programming C, no ++ and no $. The 90 degree screen was in a heavy duty metal design..... nevertriedto sharpen any knives thou


Wednesday 12th November 2003
Gábor Képes (Hungary)
Képes Gábor honlapja

Hello!
I have a Butler Datamat computer at home. It is a machine from Denmark.
Is this a clone of the ABC-800? Or not?
Please give me more info!

Best wishes,
Gabor





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