Hallo Cameron and the rest, > >> Ok, I checked it anyway. But I do occasionally get strange characters > >> "~U" and "~C" in vi. Also strange because ~U seems to represent > >> several different characters. I don't have the source, so I cannot > >> help you. Can you check the docs please? As you and the others don't know, I am the "creator" of those KIM-docs. I used WordPrefect 5.1 as basic editor and used its capability to draw lines to draw several diagrams etc. as text graphics rather then to scan the as GIF-files or whatever. Again, if you use a normal texteditor under DOS like WP or EDIT, you'll see nice lines, resistors etc. instead of Ä, Ü and more of that rubbish. But as I said before, tell which characters to use and I'll use my simple ASCII-editor to replace the rubbish for more convenient characters. (An other solution is to buy a cheap 286 with a 20 MB-drive and a monochroom monitor for just this kind of things, no joke) > > > >And, before it seems I'm too ungraceful - A really nice software it is, > indeed! > >I'll certainly keep it. Well done :-) > > I forgot to mention in all of this that I have most of the KIM-1's docs, > including Jim Butterfield's First Book of KIM-1. Could you scan it, please? > (Plus a working unit, but > that's beside the point. :-) If you want someone with the original sources to > spin through it ... ? You surely will find differences as I took the liberty to correct some real errors in the docs. Groetjes, Ruud - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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