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KC85rom.bin This is the main rom extracted from a Kyotronic KC 85 by Tony Mori.
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29.02.2008 10:20

Steve Adolph

LCDTST.DO This is a program I wrote to exercise hardware scrolling on M100/T102. HW scrolling is not implemented in the OS...too bad.
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09.07.2007 03:17

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M100XCA.zip Some power basic code that converts M100 .CA files into ASCII files for use in other applications. May come in handy some day. (PS - found on the web)
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29.09.2008 04:16

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RelJMP.pdf This is an old article describing a method for making relative jumps and calls in 8085 language.
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08.07.2007 12:18

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WhatVersionM100.pdf There are two PCB versions of the M100-- one that is compatible with the published schematic (uses the oddball ROM pinout), and one that uses the standard ROM pinout. Which do you have? If you are lucky you have the standard ROM version...which means ROM updates were really easy for you.
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06.07.2007 07:06

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m100y2k.pdf hardware conversion to 27c256 for original style M100 boards with the messed up rom pinout.
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06.02.2008 21:18

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relative_calls_and_jumps.txt TASM assembly code and macros for making all types of relative calls and jumps.
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06.02.2008 21:44

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txzm241.zip an xmodem program for windows/dos that worked well with M100
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09.07.2007 03:14

Steve Adolph

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