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Article by David Holdsworth in Resurrection, Issue 91 (2020).

Reports on the trial by Ray Smith and Ken Kemp of their kit for running INTERCODE on a Windows computer. The trial involved sending an invitation to LEO Computers Society ex- programmer members to experiment in using the kit. The report by Ray Smith is summarised, and future actions proposed. The outcome was disappointing in the very small number of members who completed the trial. A larger number were prevented from completing the trial due to an inability to download the zipfiles comprising the kit. A start has been made by David Holdsworth in rationalising the LEO III presence on the TNMoC server., pp.6-7.

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Date : 2020

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