Colin McCormick wrote: > I used the terminal emulation program taken from one of the manuals > (C64 or Plus/4 or VIC20, I forget which), after myself and a work > colleague had worked out all the bugs in it. Also, there might be ROM bugs on the VIC-20 when dealing with RS-232 communication. I have an early issue of a Swedish VIC magazine where an user had disassembled parts of the ROM and found what he considered to be actual bugs and some non-bug oddities. He then asked the editor if these bugs were only in his machine and if Commodore would give him another VIC-20 instead. They answered that the possible bugs was in all VICs, but I don't know if a later KERNEL (I think it is) corrected the bugs. If anyone wants to know more about this subject, I can bring the paper some other day and translate the letter. /Anders Carlsson, has never used RS-232 on his VIC-20 - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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