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Old 18th Nov 2023, 8:01 pm   #1
Michael Haardt
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Default Hellorld!

Hello,

if you follow Usagi Electric on Youtube, which I highly recommend, you may know the buggy hello world program for the Centurion mini computer. There was a call to contribute similar programs for other exotic machines and the SC/MP is now among them:

https://github.com/Nakazoto/Hellorld...lein-with-scmp

Have fun,

Michael
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Old 19th Nov 2023, 12:29 am   #2
Phil__G
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About a month ago I submitted three SC/MP versions, Kitbug using PUTC, KitbugPlus using IPRINT, and one on the MK14. but none of mine made the grade!
Benny also submitted an SC/MP version before me
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Old 19th Nov 2023, 3:19 am   #3
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Found then, here's Benny's, 22nd Oct:
https://discord.com/channels/7681942...48680071053393
...and mine, 23rd:
https://discord.com/channels/7681942...11999549935648
https://discord.com/channels/7681942...92311939174400
None of these three made the cut, so well done for getting yours accepted Michael!

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Old 19th Nov 2023, 1:08 pm   #4
Michael Haardt
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I never knew there was any competition! I thought about submitting a program for serial output, but the call intention was for small code that preferably runs on bare metal, and serial output would either not be small or not run on bare metal.

My system is unique in being a NDR Klein Computer, but equipped with hardware to run software from the Elektor SC/MP system, so it combines the best of two open hardware DIY systems of the past. While the Elektor system was generally quite cluttered, the HEXIO card featured a unique and very elegant design.

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