IBM DisplayWriter DOS
billdeg at degnanco.com
Wed Apr 23 12:51:47 CDT 2008
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> I read that there was something sold to make the IBM DisplayWriter
> DOS compatible? What would that take?
> I have two of these things with a letter quality daisy wheel and the
> giant sheet feeder. SuperCalc and TextPack are boring.
> Is there anything else that can be done with them? CP/M?
No. I used to teach Display Write 4 when I worked at IBM, and this came up from time to time in class. There may be a hack where you send the print output to a memory buffer, etc., but nothing official.
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