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On the Atari Times site a new short, but very interesting article has shown. In this text Carmel Andrews tells us, how the Commodore VIC-20 and C-64 computers were created. This guy knows the story very well... The article's title tells us the half of the story: 'Reverse Engineering'. Feel encouraged to the lecture.

Added by: Jurgi/Tristesse

Poczekamy az ktos to przetlumaczy i wrzuci na rodzimy vortal ;)
maz, 2005-04-08 23:41:30,

Hmm. W sumie napisac taki artykul kazdy moze. Nie ma w nim zandych dowodow na to co tam napisano. Moze z VIC-20 to i jest prawda, ale mysle, ze pisanie, ze C64 to kopia Atari 8-bit to raczej przesada, szczegolnie patrzac na SIDa...
lewiS, 2005-04-09 03:21:19,

podrasowana kopia
tebe, 2005-04-09 08:34:04,

Ehem, go?? pisze, jakby wiedzia?, co pisze. Ale jako? nie doszuka?em si? informacji kto on w?a?ciwie jest i sk?d ma tak? wiedz?. Czy powinienem wiedzie?, kto to jest ten Andrews?
Krasnov, 2005-04-10 01:38:39,

to jakie? bredzenie jest ...
electron, 2005-04-12 19:43:36,



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