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Thursday 28th August 2014
Martin Ward

Change the dollar sign to a hash sign in the URL''s below


Thursday 28th August 2014
Martin Ward

If you have old software on cassette tape, which no longer loads, I have written a program which analyses the tape (saved as a wav file) and extracts the data:

http://www.gkc.org.uk/martin/software/$CUTS

My collection of Compukit UK101 software can be downloaded from here:

http://www.gkc.org.uk/martin/software/$UK101


Wednesday 15th January 2014
Holger Palmroth (Germany)

The URL of the DIY UK-101 has changed quite a while ago. Here is the current one: http://searle.hostei.com/grant/uk101/uk101.html


Saturday 22nd November 2008
Stephen Burgoyne Coulson (UK)

Watford Electronics? That makes sense - as I rememeber buying and installing a new monitor ROM around 1981 is and I have the distinct memory that it was named WEMON. Needed a bit of board mod, trace cutting, extra wire. Provided full cursor control (you could print strings that would contain control characters to move your cursor around on the screen) and some other clever things that I can''t remember now.


Sunday 5th December 2004
Simon Anthony (UK)
Anthony family website

Mine still works... A friend at the BBC made his work in colour... I wrote a space invaders game - four aliens... miss one and the 'bullet' got stuck in the code.... It crashed, list it and there was the bullet. (memory mapping the screen does that :>) BBC VT shift 1 was UK101 - Shift two was the Nascom machine I think. Shift one moved on to the BBC micro - then the Archimedes. Shift two went the IBM clone way. I was shift one - I loved my Risc OS - still use it whenever I can. Code is on my (aged) homepage.





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