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Edit 6502 Manual

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Sadly not. All we have is here:

https://atariwiki.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=Edit%206502

Edit 6502 was an incredible fast assembler! What James Bond as export product for movies, Edit 6502 was for Atari Assemblers.

Either bcombee finds it or our friends in the UK/GB.

Otherwise it is lost in time, like tears in rain, which is really a great loss!

Edit 6502 never got the fame, it deserves.

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I might have a printed copy of this; I found Edit 6502 and a lot of documentation last year.

he said he found edit6502 and the documentation... perhaps we are at the point where more can come of this.

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I'd still like to see the Edit 6502 manual if anyone has it icon_smile.gif

I've been looking for a copy to scan for a while. As soon as I get one and scan it I will post it.

 

Allan

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Sorry for the very long delay. I'd forgotten about this until I got notified by a mention and finally got to digging into my collection this afternoon. This is a CamScanner version, I'll try to get the pages scanned with a real scanner soon. Also, a lot of the pages at the end had been damaged by inter-page xerographic transfer over the years, but it's mostly still readable.

 

https://archive.org/details/Edit6502Manual

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Sorry for the very long delay. I'd forgotten about this until I got notified by a mention and finally got to digging into my collection this afternoon. This is a CamScanner version, I'll try to get the pages scanned with a real scanner soon. Also, a lot of the pages at the end had been damaged by inter-page xerographic transfer over the years, but it's mostly still readable.

 

https://archive.org/details/Edit6502Manual

Love those binders they put their docs in. I've got the Letter Perfect one.

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Uh ha, didn't knew, that LJK was in Saint Louis, Missouri! When I got my cart in the 80's (without a manual, of course), they told me, it was from the UK! Glad, this could be corrected. Thank you so much bcombee! So, after 38 years, we are able to close this case. May I upload the manual to the Wiki, too? Of course, with credits to LJK and you. :-)

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