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Friday 8th November 2019
BARROO Paul-Marie (FRANCE)

I used this WELECT with 8p diskettes, when I was in this entreprise H.B.N.P.C. (Houillères du Bassin Nord Pas de Calais) in north of France, in 1983 during 2 or 3 years ago until the first Pc clone arrive …
using DATASTAR WORDSTAR …
the first professional computer i used !


Wednesday 1st June 2005
Sylvain (France)

Because the "computer of the day" is selected randomly -)


Tuesday 31st May 2005
George (Fl)

If little is known about the 80.2, then why is it the computer of the day?





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