Bit Corporation BIT-90 computer

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Por Parn

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18-09-2020, 19:57

Very interesting. It looks more primitive than MSX-BASIC but it also has some clever ideas. I like how you can easily redefine characters with it. It's a bit weird that it doesn't seem to use SCREEN 0. Thanks for sharing!

Por Manuel

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19-09-2020, 16:19

This computer was discussed in the Radio Amateur Magazine in the Netherlands. I would have to look it up, but I think it was also imported here. But I have never seen one, so I'm not sure. Sales were not large in any case here.

Por Bodhi1969

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06-03-2021, 18:00

I´ve read here that its BASIC was quite similar to [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TI_BASIC_(TI_99/4A)]TI BASIC[/url].

Por b3rendsh

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03-09-2022, 14:55

I have this computer and created a repository for it: https://github.com/b3rendsh/bit90
The computer was manufactured in 1983, I have one since March 1984.
The basic programs are stored in memory almost identical to MSX, although the token codes are different.
Btw. you can invoke screen 0 by directly writing to the video registers.

Por mars2000you

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03-09-2022, 17:34

b3rendsh wrote:

I have this computer and created a repository for it: https://github.com/b3rendsh/bit90
The computer was manufactured in 1983, I have one since March 1984.
The basic programs are stored in memory almost identical to MSX, although the token codes are different.
Btw. you can invoke screen 0 by directly writing to the video registers.

Very nice :)

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