A number of quick reference cards have been produced.

These are 64 characters wide with 80 lines on each page. Each card consists of three pages. With appropriate formatting, the cards look good with the pages side by side on A4 paper or card in landscape format. They may then be conveniently folded. (See Microprocessors and Microsystems, Vol 9, No 6 (July/August 1985), pp274-289 for more details.) A selection of the programming cards for microprocessors from various manufacturers may be found in this directory. The full set available at present comprises of the following: Name 1802 2650 32016 32032 650x 6502 65C02 680x 6800 6801 6802 6803 6805 6808 6809 6809E 68000 68008 68010 8021 8022 804x 8041 8048 8080A 8085A 8086 8088 9900 9940 9980 NSC800 PDP-11 LSI-11 J-11 T-11 Z8 Z80 Z8000 Z8001 Z8002 Description RCA 8-bit CMOS uP Signetics 8-bit uP National Semiconductor 16-bit uP National Semiconductor 32-bit uP Rockwell 8-bit uP family (6501/2/3/4/5) Rockwell 8-bit uP Rockwell 8-bit CMOS uP (6502 compatible) Motorola 8-bit uP family (6800/1/2/3/8) Motorola 8-bit uP Motorola 8-bit uC chip (includes RAM and ROM) Motorola 8-bit uP (6800 compatible with RAM) Motorola 8-bit uC chip (includes RAM) Motorola 8-bit uP Motorola 8-bit uP (6802 without RAM) Motorola 8-bit uP Motorola 8-bit uP (6809, external clock) Motorola 16-bit uP Motorola 16-bit uP (68000, 8-bit data bus) Motorola 16-bit uP (68000, virtual memory) Intel 8-bit uC chip Intel 8-bit uC chip Intel 8-bit uC chip family (8048 etc.) Intel 8-bit uC chip Intel 8-bit uC chip Intel 8-bit uP Intel 8-bit uP Intel 16-bit uP Intel 16-bit uP (8-bit data bus) Texas Instruments 16-bit uP Texas Instruments 16-bit uP Texas Instruments 16-bit uP National Semi 8-bit CMOS uP (Z80 compatible) DEC 16-bit minicomputer family DEC 16-bit uC family (PDP-11 compatible) DEC 16-bit uP (PDP-11/70 compatible) DEC 16-bit uP (PDP-11 compatible) Zilog 8-bit uC chip family (Z8601/2/3/etc.) Zilog 8-bit uP Zilog 16-bit uP family (Z8001/2) Zilog 16-bit uP (segmented addressing) Zilog 16-bit uP (no segmented addressing)

uP - microprocessor, uC - microcomputer. In addition to the above cards for microprocessors and microcomputers,

a number of other support cards have been written in a similar format. These include the following: Name HP64000 HP_Pascal Macro-11 Pascal Description HP64000 assembler and uP support summary HP64000 Pascal compiler summary DEC Macro-11 assembler summary Pascal programming language summary

A number of puzzle solutions are also available: Name Rubik Revenge Pyramix Description Rubik's Cube (3x3x3 cube) Rubik's Revenge (4x4x4 cube) Pyramid - similar to Rubik's cube but simpler

A highly machine dependent shell script for use under BSD Unix may be of use to some people. This processes the files above and outputs them in a form suitable for a PostScript printer in landscape format with each of the three columns side by side. As well as standard Unix utilities such as "sed", this script also depends on "rs" (available on some BSD (and other?) systems) for producing the three column format, and also the PostScript formatting program "enscript". Output can optionally be sent directly to a PostScript printer called "ps". If this might be useful to you, it is available as: Name process Description Process card for output on PostScript printer

If anyone produces cards in this format or any associated formatting software which they are willing to have included in the PRG archive, please send them to me at one of the e-mail addresses below. Currently the following submissions are available: Name SC imagen Description Spreadsheet Calculator in comp.unix.sources Process card for output on Imagen printer

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