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Old 1st Sep 2023, 2:28 am   #1
waltje67
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Default SC/MP programming book? (again)

All:

This was my reason for joining.

I have a decent scan of the first volume of Haviland's books on designing a system around the SC/MP. I do have both volumes (hardcover, 1E, 1P) but no scan of the second one yet.

This file is most likely the same one as the one available for 'lending' in the archive.org library.

Go grab it at
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https://www.varcem.com/books/haviland1.pdf
(which is my group's site, so it will stay there.)

Fred
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Old 1st Sep 2023, 10:08 am   #2
Phil__G
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Default Re: SC/MP programming book? (again)

Excellent thank you Fred and welcome aboard, we're fortunate to have many helpful and active SC/MP enthusiasts here with lots of new projects and software being developed. Most recently the MK14 has been a regular topic but we love anything retro especially if its SC/MP based
I would love to hear more about the board you designed, and any of its predecessors
Cheers
Phil
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