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Hardware, Embedded Systems At this year's 25th Chaos Communication Congress, an annual four day conference with the slogan "Nothing to hide" reveals everything about the Commodore 64, in 64 minutes. Across 256 slides. The video is now available to download via BitTorrent or FTP. The Commodore 64 is the greatest selling computer of all time; learn how it got there with its quirky hardware, loved by hackers worldwide.
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RE[2]: MSX was better
by sonic2000gr on Thu 1st Jan 2009 09:39 UTC in reply to "RE: MSX was better"
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Anyone remember Simon's BASIC cartridge for the 64? I still have both this and the 64 around. Awesome.

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RE[3]: MSX was better
by Zbigniew on Thu 1st Jan 2009 21:31 in reply to "RE[2]: MSX was better"
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And did you know Paradoxon Basic? It gave many add-ons similar to those offered by Simon's Basic, while leaving, at the same time, for BASIC programs more than 60 KB free memory... ;)

It was free, published as machine-code listing in german "64'er" magazine.

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