strangest systems I've sent email from

Chuck Guzis cclist at
Mon Apr 25 20:17:08 CDT 2016

On 04/25/2016 02:14 PM, ben wrote:

> But for the most part Common Folk did not have the resources I
> suspect for REAL programing languages, because those require a REAL
> OS to run with, and after the 8086 the Newer chips became too complex
> to use, and the 68000 was only 16 bit addressing.

Say what?  The MC68000 has 24 bits of addressing (A0-A23).  The A0-A7
registers are 32 bits in length, even though 24 bits are used for addresses.


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