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    Re: Navigational Algorithms
    From: Marcel Tschudin
    Date: 2006 Oct 22, 15:27 +0300

    On 10/22/06, Paul Hirose  wrote:
    > All this was done in the C language on an 8-bit computer with 64 k of
    > RAM and a 2.5 MHz processor. It was a long time ago -- I no longer have
    > a machine able to read my old floppies. But when I read Kaplan's paper I
    > recognized many parallels to what I used to do.
    
    Paul
    There still might be a way to get your old programms running. Recently
    I had a simmilar problem to get an old program (which I used on DOS)
    running on Windows XP. Thanks to the help from the FreeDOS-user-list,
    an other e-mail-list, I got it working again. May be they are also
    able to help you in finding a way to read your old floppies. Here
    their contact details:
    
    Freedos-user mailing list
    Freedos-user@lists.sourceforge.net
    https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/freedos-user
    
    Hope it may help you to reanimate your old program.
    
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