My mistake. I read that too quick.


John Crane wrote:
> Hmmm...
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> Must be that new definition of "instead", I've heard about...
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> -JC
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> "Barry Watzman" wrote in message
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>>The op was not talking about "just any" cassette interface. He was very
>>specifically referring to cassette drives that used a floppy disk
>>controller card for their interface (with a 34-pin floppy cable). This
>>was a digital cassette system, and the various analog systems based on
>>audio cassettes used by early computers (Tarbell, CUTS, Kansas City
>>Standard, etc.) don't meet the criteria posed in the original question.
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>>John Crane wrote:
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>>>Yes, my IMSAI 8080 has a cassette interface card in it, as well as a

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>>>-John
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>>>"Bill H" wrote in message
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>>>>Am curious, did they ever produce a cassette interface for the S-100
>>>>computers to use instead of a floppy controller board and drives?
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>>>>Was there any routines in CP/M to handle tape i/o?
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>>>>Bill H www.ts1000.us
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