Opening CP/M files (.asm/.bas)

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Date: Wed Apr 26 11:42:30 2000

In Mbasic try:


then you can list/modify it.

Could also be that the .bas files are written for the other popular CP/M
basic : CBASIC.

The .ASM files need to be compiled to run I think. If I recall the
assembler is called MASM on your system disk.

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Received on Wed Apr 26 2000 - 11:42:30 BST

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