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CP/M is an operating system developed by Digital Research, Inc., originally released in 1974.
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The [[ZX Spectrum +3]] included CP/M support in ROM.  The version included is CP/M Plus, which provides compatibility for programs written for the older CP/M 2.2, matching that provided by the [[:wikipedia:Amstrad CPC|Amstrad CPC]].
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CP/M 2.2 compatibility was available for the [[SAM Coupé]] using [[Pro-Dos]].  This did not license the original CP/M code, but was a reimplementation of the interfaces provided by CP/M.
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== External link ==
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* [[:wikipedia:CP/M|CP/M article on Wikipedia]]
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Revision as of 12:25, 10 May 2020

CP/M is an operating system developed by Digital Research, Inc., originally released in 1974.

The ZX Spectrum +3 included CP/M support in ROM. The version included is CP/M Plus, which provides compatibility for programs written for the older CP/M 2.2, matching that provided by the Amstrad CPC.

CP/M 2.2 compatibility was available for the SAM Coupé using Pro-Dos. This did not license the original CP/M code, but was a reimplementation of the interfaces provided by CP/M.

External link