BASIC for HP 1000, 21xx series
Guy Sotomayor Jr
ggs at shiresoft.com
Sun Feb 24 23:38:33 CST 2019
I’m glad I had kept it around. I purchased a copy of the listing directly from HP while I was in High School
so that I could study how it worked and “hack” on it to make some changes.
I had kept the listing in a special binder. After college I had misplaced the binder and thought it was lost.
During one of my moves (around 2006(or so) I discovered that I still had it. I lent it to James Markevitch
(another list member) sometime after that who scanned it and OCR’d it and made it available to the
The binder containing the source listing sits prominently on one of the shelves in my office. It is also
loaded into the core of my 2116C that I run from time to time. ;-)
TTFN - Guy
> On Feb 24, 2019, at 10:18 AM, Brent Hilpert via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> On 2019-Feb-24, at 2:03 AM, GerardCJAT via cctalk wrote:
>> Back in ''70, sometimes we were running "basic" BASIC ( NOT Time sharing ) on 2116B, 2100A, just for FUN.
>> Is there some copy still around ??
>> I had a look in Google, Bitsavers, HPmuseum, with NO success.
>> Thank for help and/or advise.
> This is my own writeup about it, including assembler source and loader files, but as noted there it's Guy Sotomayor (list member)
> that deserves the thanks for keeping it around and making it available:
> The source files are also available on bitsavers, link included on above page.
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