Owner: Michael Kathke
Basically a prototype for the
C-16 and Plus/4 computers, the C116 was loaded with neat
- 7501 (6502 / 6510
- 7360 (ACIA + Sound + Video)
- 40x25 character
- 121 colours
- Realtime clock
- Build in ASM
- No serial port :-(
- CLOSE, CMD, DLOAD, DOPEN,
DSAVE, GET, GET#, GETKEY, INPUT, INPUT#, JOY,
LOAD, OPEN, POT, PRINT, PRINT#, PRINT USING,
PUDEF, READ-DATA, SAVE, VERIFY
- DEF-FN, DIM, DO-LOOP-[EXIT,
UNTIL, WHILE], END, FOR-TO-NEXT, GOSUB-RETURN,
GOTO, IF-THEN-[ELSE], LET, MONITOR
- NEW, ON-[GOSUB, GOTO], REM,
RESTORE, RUN, SYS, USR, WAIT
- FRE, PEEK, POKE
- BACKUP, COLLECT, COPY,
DIRECTORY, HEADER, INITIALIZE, NEW, RENAME,
- BOX, CHAR, CIRCLE, COLOR,
DRAW, GRAPHIC, LOCATE, PAINT, RCLR, RDOT, RGR,
RLUM, SCALE, WIDTH, GSHAPE, SSHABE
- SOUND, VOL
- CLR, POS, SCNCLR, SPC, TAB
- DS, DS$, EL, ER, ERR$,
RESUME, ST, TRAP
- ASC, CHR$, INSTR, LEFT$,
LEN, MID$, RIGHT$, STR$, VAL
- AUTO, CONT, DELETE, HELP,
KEY, LIST, RENUMBER, STOP, TROFF, TRON
- ABS, ATN, COS, DEC, EXP,
HEX&, INT, LOG, RND, SIN, SGN, SQR, TI, TI$,
AND, NOT, OR
Upgrading the C116 from 16kB to
- Lift "pin 14 from
U8" or cut PCB layer between 14 and 16 at U8
- Patch from "U2 pin 21
(A14)" to "U8 pin 14 (A3)"
- Lift "pin 2 from
U7" or cut PCB layer between 2 and 16 at U7
- Patch from "U2 pin22
(A15)" to "U7 pin 2 (A0)"
- Remove both RAM-Chips U5
and U6 "TMS 4416-20"
- Insert 4464 chips.
... 2B \/ 2B ... you have 60671
Upgrading the C116: View One & View Two
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