If you're looking for the Z-80 version
Including, the small bits that Bill apparently actually wrote, someone did a disassembly of the ROM for the TRS-80 about 35 years ago.
I suspect the 8088 version is based on it.
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You can pay Netflix less to use it on fewer devices simultaneously: one device in SD is 7.99 (pounds or Euros - fortunately, I activated my free trial in France...) and two devices in 1080p HD is 11.99, four in up to 2000 HD is 15.99.
As I can't tell the difference most of the time, and if someone else want to watch something while I'm watching, tough for them, I've got the cheaper plan.
I heard it, and in every broadcast since the mice have sounded 'wrong', but there's been no way to prove it.
Apparently they hadn't done all of the sound work before the first broadcast - thanks in part to Adams' attitude to deadlines - and the mice were reworked for the second broadcast.
And to have online versions of all their forms, so you can do online self-assessment with, say, income from a trust without paying some third party thirty quid to submit the form for you. The HMRC site will do plenty of forms online, but not this one or several others.
If it were millions of quid involved, that would be one thing, but when the income is not much above the cost of doing it this way, it rankles.
(Yes, I know I could do it on paper by October, but honestly who does that? Not least as the online versions of the other forms will do some basic error-checking for you, saving both sides some time in correcting the inevitable errors.)
You do realise that the UK government has just admitted it approved illegal arms sales at least three separate times - stuff to Saudi Arabia for use in Yemen - and expects more examples to turned up?
There are rules for the arms trade, but they are treated more as guidelines and very flexible ones too.
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