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Turning the Apple //e into a lisp machine

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Published on Aug 9, 2013

Blog post explaining what's going on here in more detail: http://blog.nullspace.io/apple-2-lisp...

The short of it is, the program is transferred via the audio jack to the Apple //e, where it is stored as a single block of memory. From here we can jump right to the memory address of the start of the lisp interpreter, and it simply begins running. At least until you crash it.

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