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1  Retro Computing / Emulation / Recommendation for a Commodore/VIC emulator on: August 11, 2009, 12:06:07 AM
I found a couple of links for emulators, but which one is the best one? And is there one which runs on Mac?
2  Retro Computing / General Discussion / Re: New users: Introduce yourself on: August 11, 2009, 12:03:45 AM
Howdy,

Hans here. The only vintage computers I got are the VIC-20 and the VIC-64. But unfortunately the VIC-20 doesn't start at all.

I started programming on an Apple IIe, and later bought my own VIC-20 as a teenager. I've gone through so many different languages and systems that I lost count. A few years back, my second son wanted to learn to program, and he struggled with C++ and other languages, but couldn't really get the basic grip of things. So I let him borrow my 64, and the very simple intro books. He got through them in a week or less, and had very little problem after that. I realized it can be quite intimidating to learn to program on today's system, and those old systems have a certain charm... I don't know what it is.

Anyway, I'm here now. Hi everyone. Smiley
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