[sebhc] DISKETTES and stuff

melamy at earthlink.net melamy at earthlink.net
Thu Jun 3 09:25:38 CDT 2004

yes, it certainly can.

best regards, Steve Thatcher

>--- Original Message ---
>From: Carroll Waddell <CarrollWaddell at sc.rr.com>
>To: sebhc at sebhc.org
>Date: 6/3/04 9:20:30 AM
That's true. What I had in mind was that the 8085 could execute
8080 code.
>Lee Hart wrote:
>>Carroll Waddell wrote:
>>>I'm not sure, but I seem to remember that the main difference
>>>the 8080 and the 8085 was that the 8085 only needed +5 volts.
>>Actually, there are a considerable number of differences between
>>8080 and 8085. They aren't even close to being pin-for-pin
>>About the only thing that is the same is they both have the
>>instruction set (though even there, the 8085 has several additional

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