Bill Degnan wrote: > Handic of Sweeden made a spreadsheet for the BX model > http://vintagecomputer.net/commodore/bx700/handic/ Doesn't that version of Calc Result run on a regular 700 though? I believe Handic called them all BX no matter if the computer had a 8088 card or not. I have seen so many discrepancies on nomenclature in various regions that I'm not sure anymore. I think I still have one of those software packages, so I could try for myself on my plain 710. I'm not sure if I posted this price list before, but it is rather interesting: http://www.stonan.com/dok/prislista1984.pdf PET 200 = CBM 8032-SK PET 600 = CBM 8096-SK or 8296-SK (unsure) PET 700 128K excluding monitor = CBM 610 (?) PET 700 128K including monitor = CBM 710 (?) ... On the second page, you find Calc Result, World (sic!) Result, Base Result and so on. At least in this price list there is no mention of a 8088 card, which should have been listed if Handic's own software packages had made use of one. Best regards -- Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2010-04-19 15:00:03
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