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  • Re: Tom Swan's "Programmer's Guide To The 1802"

    I don't know what you mean by circulation. The book was never free to download, you needed to pay for your electronic copy. I have my electronic copy, right

    joshbensadon 22 minutes ago
  • Re: VCF Pacific Northwest

    That one is too far for me. But where can you stay??? At VCFMW, it's in a hotel, so you can stay right there in the hotel with the exhibit, very nice

    joshbensadon 27 minutes ago
  • Re: Tom Swan's "Programmer's Guide To The 1802"

    Hi Hank: My sense of it is that the publisher must have felt that it was no longer worth keeping the book in print. And, at that point, the publishing rights

    raysills 1 hour ago
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The RCA CDP1802 COSMAC microprocessor was the basis for several hobbyist computers in the mid 70s and early 80s. Join this group to discuss these old computers or share your 1802 experiences.

Visit cosmacelf.com for more on the history of 1802 microcomputing, data sheets, articles, photos, and more --- including a complete archive of Ipso Facto newsletters. You can find various emulators of ELF computers at elf-emulation.com (Unix/Windows), TinyELF.com (Mac OS X), and in the Files area of this group. There's even a simulator in Javascript that will run right in your browser.

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  • Dec 30, 2001
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