need to read files created in supercalc in cp/m

August 2, 2012 at 15:10:41
Specs: Windows XP
need to read supercalc files created in cpm

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August 2, 2012 at 15:57:03
Not trying to be negative, but I gotta ask, are these stored on floppy? If so, then it's quite unlikely they'll read after approximately 30 years. If they do, you'll need to find something that reads/interprets CP/M format floppies, then some spreadsheet that will import Supercalc files...

A daunting task indeed...

"Channeling the spirit of jboy..."

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August 2, 2012 at 20:13:19
Wellll, there is a utility called "rdcpm", AND I have some very, very old 5.25 floppies that still read. (empahasis on SOME, Lol!).. SO, if you need that utility, I have it. (i think it came from Zenith Dos 3.0). If you have 5.25 floppies, you'll need the drive, of course. (figure you got that covered) (I try to keep "backward compatible" in both soft and hardware, just for fun, but it gets harder every year.) SO, if lacking the drive, you will either have to obtain one, or ship 5.25 floppies to someone who has one. THEN it's down to refining the data, once obtained.

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