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Old 07-19-2010, 11:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default RadioShack Electronics Learning Lab?

I was messing around with my 'lab' one day and was looking at the 10LEDs and thought about the MITS Altair and how the writer who wrote the workbook worked for MITS. Then I thougt, "Could I make an Altair-like machine with this?" I just didn't figure out the answer.

Anyone have any ideas? If so, post how to do this (schematics, photos, etc.) and i will try it!

(Im kinda thinking the answer is no, FYI.)
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