Over the years I have had my hands on a lot of different computers, both for work and for play, together with assorted programming languages. This page documents various information I have gathered and then found again.
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HP 5036A Microprocessor Lab,
HP 9826 used as an instrument and robot controller for automated test equipment.
Norsk Data's NORD line of computers used Tandberg TDV 2200 and TDV 1200 terminals. Pernille was a ND-Satellite/9 with 9 terminals, 512 Kbyte memory and a 21 Mbyte internal disk (Winchester), and a 5.25 inch floppy. The floppy discs where either SS/SD (capacity 148 pages = 296 kbyte) or DS/DD (capacity 610 pages = 1220 kbyte). Other ND computers I was in touch with was Frigg (a ND-100/CX), Balder (a ND-100), Nanna (a ND-500, the CPU was a 530, and it ran SINTRAN III VSX L), Tor (a ND-5500, which ran SINTRAN III VSX/500 L).
Assembly, on the NORD computers, Oric-1, Amiga and PC (under DOS)
BASIC, on the Oric-1, Amiga and PC (under DOS)
Fortran on the NORD computers,
Modula-2 on the Amiga, PC (under DOS),
Pascal, on the PC (Turbo Pascal under DOS)