Commodore 64 Advanced User Guide

Commodore 64 Advanced User Guide

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RS232 Connection to RS232 devices may be implemented using a serial IEEE to RS232 adaptor such as Interpod. There are, however, standard RS232C signals avaliable at the User Port, although these are TTL signals and require voltage ... If a number greater than 127 is specified a line feed will be transmitted after each carriage return. ... Bits 6, 5 specify data word length: 00 - 8 bits 01 - 7 bits 10 - 6 bits 11 - 5 bits Bit 4 is unused Bits 3-0 specify baud rate 0000 - user rate 0001.

Title:Commodore 64 Advanced User Guide
Author: John Gordon, Ian McLean
Publisher:Prentice Hall - 1986

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