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-GTTY (glass teletype) is a lightweight terminal emulation program written by Lyle Bickley to serve as a console for PDP-8 machines. The current iteration is an MS-DOS program that seems to run well in DOSBox. Features include automatic upper-casing and automatic switching between 7M1 and 8N1 serial protocols depending on whether the program is functioning as a TTY terminal or emulating ​a binary ​PT punch.+GTTY (glass teletype) is a lightweight terminal emulation program written by Lyle Bickley to serve as a console for PDP-8 machines. The current iteration is an MS-DOS program that seems to run well in DOSBox. Features include automatic upper-casing and automatic switching between 7M1 and 8N1 serial protocols depending on whether the program is functioning as a TTY terminal or a binary ​PTR (paper tape reader).
  
 The accompanying .ZIP file includes documentation,​ a DOS executable and source. The source was written for (and assembles with) Dave Dunfieid'​s micro-C compiler, The accompanying .ZIP file includes documentation,​ a DOS executable and source. The source was written for (and assembles with) Dave Dunfieid'​s micro-C compiler,
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