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== File-Transfer ==
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== File-Transfer and Storage ==
  
 
We still use Model Ts today, so file transfer to/from desktop and modern laptops is an important issue. There are multiple alternatives, from simple text file transfers using TEXT, TELCOM, or BASIC, up to dedicated file transfer protocol client and servers.
 
We still use Model Ts today, so file transfer to/from desktop and modern laptops is an important issue. There are multiple alternatives, from simple text file transfers using TEXT, TELCOM, or BASIC, up to dedicated file transfer protocol client and servers.

Revision as of 13:33, 14 April 2009

These pages are devoted to the Model T:

TRS-80 Model 100, Tandy Model 102, KC-85, NEC 8201A, NEC 8300, Olivetti M10, Tandy Model 200, and the WP-2

Community

The community gathers at Club100.org

Classic Article Repubs

We hope to republish one or more articles from the Golden Era of the Model T every month:

One-Liners

This is a collection of Microsoft BASIC programs that

  • Do something interesting or useful
  • With only a single line of code

One-liners are bite-sized computer programs on a human scale. You are encouraged to type them in manually (by hand) and study their operation.

Model 100/102 Compatible One-Liners

File-Transfer and Storage

We still use Model Ts today, so file transfer to/from desktop and modern laptops is an important issue. There are multiple alternatives, from simple text file transfers using TEXT, TELCOM, or BASIC, up to dedicated file transfer protocol client and servers.

Model T File Transfer

Model T Developer Reference

Articles on Model T programming topics


Model T Software

Model T Hardware Hacks and Troubleshooting

Model T Hardware Projects


Other Topics

Model T Links

Rick Hanson's Club 100

Steve Adolph's Remem Site

Chris Osburn's Calculating Instruments

Ken Pettit's Model T Projects