Ruud wrote: > The above list contains four the same ROMS as my German 8032SK and > confirms my thought: because you don't change the langauge, you don't > have to change the interpreter. True. There are only a few versions of the BASIC interpreter. It seems that there are several different versions of the screen editor, and the part numbers of most copies I have are unknown until someone checks the part number in his/her PET and uploads the ROM image. > German keyboard (replaced by Beta). It is the sz ligature (formed from the Fraktur s variant that looks like "f" and z that looks a bit like "3"), not the Greek character Beta. The IBM Code Page 437 misuses the Greek character as the sz ligature, but the two characters are distinct and look a bit different, at least in professionally typeset text. Marko
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