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Despite starting out on my school's HP2000 time-share access in 1975 I managed, by judicious borrowing and sharing of friends' machines, to avoid actually buying my own machine until the early 90s! But over that period I had access to:
ETI Triton (8080)
Nascom II (Z80)
Kim1 (6502)
UK101 (6502 and suspiciously similar to the Ohio Superboard)
Apple ][ (6502)
BBC B (6502)
Spectrum (Z80)
then, through work a Phillips luggable 8080 running CP/M, a couple of amstrads, and a PC-AT before buying my own 486DX system in about 90/91. I think I might have had access to a late model Atari ST series somewhere along that line, too, with the GUI front end, and a PET at college (as well as mini's). Over that period I wrote BASIC, various assembler (including han assembling some stuff to opcodes) Pascal and eventually C code.

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