Hallo Henry, used this eprom programmer? Also, I am a bit confused by the term "intel" > and "FPC" hex file formats that are mentioned in the online docs that the > eprom programmer requires to up- or download in. Not having a IBM PC, this > is something I never heard of. Can someone explain them? I don't anything about the formats itself (anymore) but don't worry. "Intel" has nothing to do with the type of computer you use but the way the data to be fed to the EPROM is presented to the programmer. See it as a texteditor which can accept WorPerfect and MS-Word documents. The actual information of these files me be the same but the sizes and the way the information is stored is different. The only thing I remember of the Intel-format is that the first byte is the number of bytes in a given line and the last byte of that line is a checking-code. Groetjes, Ruud - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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