The SuperPET is a 8032 PET with one or two added boards that were designed at the University of Waterloo. The computer has a built-in RS-232C interface and many built-in programming languages. In Europe, this machine was called the MicroMainFrame 9000, or MMF 9000.


SuperPET firmware
Schematic diagrams


Waterloo-Development.d64.gz 1999-06-14 6516
Development Package Examples, typed in by William Levak from the paper documentation
Waterloo-Language-1.d64.gz 1994-07-06 75616
Waterloo Language disk, first version
Waterloo-Language-2.d64.gz 1994-07-06 96801
Waterloo Language disk, first version
Waterloo-Tutorial.d64.gz 1994-07-06 29429
Waterloo Tutorial disk, first version. Together with the two language disks for the first version, the file watlib.exp on this disk forms a complete set of Waterloo software.
Waterloo2-Language-1.d64.gz 2001-11-23 75461
Waterloo Language disk 1, second version. Basic v1.1, editor v1.1, Fortran v1.1, Pascal v1.1.
Waterloo2-Language-2.d64.gz 2001-11-23 97400
Waterloo Language disk 2, second version. APL v1.1, COBOL v1.0, development v1.1, watlib.exp, fpplib.exp.
Waterloo2-Tutorial.d64.gz 2001-11-23 35568
Waterloo Tutorial disk, second version:
- APL v1.1 examples
- COBOL examples
- APL v1.0 to APL v1.1 conversion routines

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