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Old 03-29-2013, 12:57 PM   #1
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Playing ZX81 Basic Programs on the Console?


For instance, you know the famous zx81 Ghost game, attached.

If we could code a library, we could use the old zx81 src code to
edit and run it (RUN) on the console.

Why not?

So of basic editor, and RUN ""

Any developers interested to make relive those source code programs for Linux (without emulating)?

what about galaxy attack:


The Hello Word Collection : <---- hey guys, VIM is missing !!
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