I have an old 8bit Atari at my dad's house which would be fun to play with.
It has a keyboard, computer and screen, turn it on, and program BASIC.
But I'll possibly want to load the code from a modern computer. The reason being, saving/load from the original Atari floppy disks is going to be unreliable and slow.
I could retype out the code each time I want to run it, but again that's going to be slow and annoying.
What would ideally work, is to have some kind of keyboard interface that will simulate typing into the Atari. ie. it plugs in to the Atari, like a normal keyboard, and will type out all the code I have written in a modern computer.
Do such interfaces exists? If not, how plausible is it modify an original keyboard to allow this?