[chirp_users] How can I use Chirp to re-use One Master File for multiple Radio Brands & Models?
cknowles at tiac.net
Fri Jun 21 06:03:50 PDT 2019
I believe VisiCalc and SuperCalc were contemporaries from the early '80s
until the mid-'90s. I ran my first spreadsheets on an Apple II+ and
then "graduated" to one of those Compaq "portables" about the size of a
suitcase. They had no hard drives, two floppy-disk drives, and a 4" x
4" green and black CRT screen like the old oscilloscopes and radar
screens. One disk drive held the program code and the other the data.
On 6/21/2019 7:15 AM, ka8vit at ka8vit.com wrote:
> Lotus 1-2-3 ???
> Whom among you remember VisiCalc ?
> 73 - Bill KA8VIT
>> On June 20, 2019 at 1:08 PM Amnon Zohar <amnon.zohar at gmail.com> wrote:
>> lotus 1-2-3 haha it has been ages since i have heard about it since exel killed everybody else
> Bill Chaikin, KA8VIT
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