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mz-80a
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Anyone aware of Fortran being available for the MZ ?
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I thought Knights did one for the K, so I did a quick search and found this
http://www.computerhistory.org/collecti ... /102712383
and a couple on our good friend Karls site https://www.sharpmz.org/mz-700/dldlang.htm
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I now have a copy of Knight's Fortran and it's up on my site :)
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Fantastic, I have been wanting to get my teeth back into Fortran. Can wait it give it a go.
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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
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