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Friday 28th September 2007
Erik Jordan (USA)

Mr. Titus later wrote a book on how to custom-build a computer based on the 8085A processor called the "8085A Cookbook".

It is part of the Blacksburg Continuing Education Series and was published by Howard W. Sama & Co Inc., out of Indianapolis. Mine is 1st Ed, 3rd Printing, 1982.

at 350 pages, it is an interesting little book...while not directly related to this computer, it is the brainchild of its creator, and I invite the editors to place this snippet wherever they deem appropriate.

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