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5163Re: Is there a Hex Keypad standard?

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  • Andrew Wasson
    Feb 2, 2007
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      Hey Ted,
      I for one like the Keypad auto load feature. I've got an old ET3400A
      (heathkit) with that feature and it makes entering programs much
      easier. Also the keypress detection feature is a nifty enhancement
      too. Nice work!

      These days with interfaces like Bob's general purpose I/O card or
      serial connections to the PC hex pads don't seem to draw that much
      attention however, I still don't mind keying in a page or two of HEX.


      --- In cosmacelf@yahoogroups.com, "ted_rossin" <ted_rossin@...> wrote:
      > I found the VIP schematics and see that they did something very
      > similar to me in that they use /EF3 to detect a key press. Cool. My
      > non-standard keyboard is pretty much standard if the VIP is the
      > standard.
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