I hoped to not be the only one who started with that machine :).
I got mine used in 1986; I wrote my first assembler on it, small routines that animated automatic 'doors' via interrupt-vector-changes in games written in basic (too well structured, after a couple of ours, the calling from subroutine to subroutine caused a stack overflow :).
Mighty little machine, if you simply forgot about the namesaking office suite it had stucked in a rom-chip (four programms, hence +4),
you could switch memory banks, define your own character-sets (just poke the address into the place where the pointer to it is expected), and so on...
I hate these questions, I'm not that old ;)
If you have a difficult task, give it to a lazy person --
they will find an easier way to do it.
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