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Offline Steve Elliott

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Re: Adventures in 6502 Assembler for the Commodore 64
« Reply #15 on: June 28, 2021, 09:32:08 »
@bsisko:
No problem, last I heard the Mega65 guys were fighting with floppy drives.  I know it would be authentic, but they should have gone with SD Cards like the Spectrum Next IMO.

Commander X-16 is far too large I think - it's just like a modern PC.

Yes I'm picking up bits on Assembly for the Spectrum Next.  When I get a definite date for delivery that will concentrate the mind and give me more of an incentive to learn asm.
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