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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 a binary PTR (paper tape reader). ​+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 ​7E1 and 8N1 serial protocols depending on whether the program is functioning as a TTY terminal or a binary PTR (paper tape reader). ​
  
 gtty.txt includes operation notes and also describes simple hardware modifications to the DEC M8650 and M8655 serial cards to allow gtty to implement reader-run "​pacing"​ for loading FOCAL and multisegment paper tapes. gtty.txt includes operation notes and also describes simple hardware modifications to the DEC M8650 and M8655 serial cards to allow gtty to implement reader-run "​pacing"​ for loading FOCAL and multisegment paper tapes.
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