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One of the earliest Mac program to access the serial ports was MacTEP, a Basic program that ran using Microsoft Basic 1.x, to poke the correct baud rate settings into the SCC chip and then peek and poke at the SCC data register to input and output serial data. Any programming language you can find that runs on a Mac SE (Consulair C or MacForth, et.al.) could ...


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The OS itself has no terminal application by default. There have been multiple terminal programs available in earlier times, though. The most prominent and easy to use might have been zTerm. Double-click with shift, choose port, set serial parameters from the popup-menus at the window bottom and you're good to go. Search for zTerm in your favourite old Mac ...


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