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- Tue Mar 12, 2019 7:12 am
- Forum: Other
- Topic: Creating a sharp MZ80k Basic master disk (or any other disk)
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I would like to make a game and produce my own disk version. How do I make that disk bootable immediately from SA-1510 (with just the 'F' command) ?
I know I need an 80 column modification It's interesting because I don't know where that assumption comes from. I have a 40 column MZ-80A and the disks for CP/M and have booted it into CP/M a couple of times before and it works. Not that I know what I'm doing after that as I'm not a CP/M user :) Bu...
Wow cool. What computers does it support. Well, it's effectively as it says "MZ-80". But as it's from Japan you may get some funny characters on the screen which don't make sense (because you would need to either swap out your CG-ROM on your physical machine for a Japanese CG-ROM or you need to rep...
Can't remember if I've got any documentation yet on my website for the use of that particular version of Fortran but hopefully you'll get somewhere with it anyway If I've not got anything up then I can try and find something and scan it etc