I'm a sixteen-year-old Dutch boy. My English is not very good, so don't be suprised if I make a very stupid mistake
I heard of this topic by Timendus. I've mailed him a serveral times a few months ago, but I found out it was more difficult as I expected, so I decided trying it first by myself. I've tried to learn the z80-assembly-language (how is that called?) and in my opinion I can work good enough with the language.
Btw, I'm with a friend working on a communication system between two Texas Instruments calculators. (I know, we could copy Timendus' CLAP or Bell
, but it's for an essay (in Dutch a PWS, I guess Timendus knows what I mean) so I want to figure out the biggest part by myself.)
At the moment I want to test the linkport, but I don't know a good emulator that also works with the linkport. Timendus recommended me a few months ago to use PindurTI, but i could only find a version for TI-82 or 83, but I need TI-84. Does anybody know a good emulator that can handle the linkport? Now I'm using Wabbitemu.
(WOW, this smiley is exactly the logo of Wabbitemu... can't be coincidence)
Buttttt I read you are/were using Brass, but I don't really understands how it works. My experience in programming is by the way not quite good. Actually my knowledge of generally computerprograms isn't very good too.
I hope that's not a problem.
I hope you can help me. Thanks in advance (can you say that in English?)