> Nice job, William! The question remains - is this part still available? Available, but rather pricey. At least in the Farnell catalog, you can get a Philips PZ5032 CPLD, or even a Lattice ispLSI1016 for about the same price - plus, both of them could probably fit *many* C-64 PLA equivalents inside them. Plus, at least the Philips one would consume much less power. (Though the Philips CPLDs are now Xilinx...) One other chance would be Russian semiconductors, http://www.twi.ch/~e5zingg1/ They list PLS100-equivalents at 2.90 Swiss Francs (in lots of 10), or PLS101-equivalents at 1.90 Francs. Military versions also available :-) - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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