Andre writes: > Well, you would have to roll your own RS232 routines. Remember, > the PET has _no_ NMI source. Traditionally, RS232 was implemented on PETs with either an IEEE488 box (I have a couple) or a board that piggybacks into a ROM socket and taps R/W from somewhere (I have an ACIA board like that, too). > See http://www.tu-chemnitz.de/~fachat/8bit/petindex/petindex.html > for pointers to faq and docs. Please do not link this > page yet. > > To all: I haven't heard any comments on this page so far, what do you > think about it? Is it ok, should I trash it? (The web server is long up > again.) I was unaware of that page 'til now. It's a good page that could stand some more info (and maybe some additional organizing), but I don't think you should trash it. Perhaps it would make sense to break it up into two or three pages. -ethan
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