Sunday brain tickler
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Mon Jan 9 10:59:47 CST 2017
On 01/09/2017 12:56 AM, Adam Sampson wrote:
> Chuck Guzis <cclist at sydex.com> writes:
>> I can get the raw text, but how it's linked together and what file
>> names might is still a mystery.
> The Lanier 103 is apparently a rebadged AES Superplus, and one owner
> "The word processor had some strange features, such as each page had
> to be stored as a separate file, which made adding text to page 1
> quite a chore!" http://vintagecomputers.site90.net/aes/
> So perhaps there's something unusual going on with the "filesystem"
I'd seen the web page, but missed the bit about one page per file--I
don't think that's quite correct, but it's probably close. That's
useful. I suspect that the number in the 12th byte might be an
indication of the number of segments involved in a file. I observe that
these are all small numbers or 0.
But that also means that what I suspect is a "filename field" is most
likely just that. Now to figure out the decoding...
I wish there were an operator's manual for the thing around. That alone
would clear up a lot of questions.
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