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Friday 31st May 2019
John Matcham (United Kingdom)

I worked with Patrick for several years at his home in Switzerland on several projects. The unit you describe was not only used for word processing but Patrick also used it for writing code and developing other programs. It was also used for programming eproms on new circuit boards that I would build for him. I lost touch with him many years ago, but if you have his number it would be great to catch up with him. regards John





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