leec2124 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 1 09:17:34 CDT 2015
Hej Pontus -
Very, very nice. I'm sure you already know this but there is a Nordic
computing history group on Facebook, somewhat active, that may be of help.
And a group of former Datasaab employees (based in Linköping?): datasaab.se
Good luck, keep us posted on progress.
On Mon, Jun 1, 2015 at 1:18 AM, Pontus Pihlgren <pontus at update.uu.se> wrote:
> Yesterday I picked up a Datasaab D12. Which I didn't know
> existed until then. Pictures here:
> It's a small desktop computer intended for small business
> accounting and invoicing. It's built arround an intel 4004 and
> has room for expansion cards for memory and "customer roms".
> The service guide mentions a "two level" environment with a
> "basic" level and a "customer program" level. I'm hoping it
> means there is a Basic interpreter but I'm not convinced. The
> manual also mentions a "D12 assembler" as the develoment
> environment. It's apparently a subsystem that comes in a nice
> attache case:
> It's actually made by Facit and may go under that name.
> Does anyone know more or have manuals?
> Regards, Pontus.
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