I've just updated my Wang 3300 emulator to version 0.6.a real PC serial port. One person has actually connected his ASR-33 to the emulator at 110 bps to get the authentic Wang 3300 experience.
The 3300 predated the much more successful 2200, and was intended to compete with DEC's PDP-8. It had a front panel with blinking lights and was a general purpose 16b mini-computer. The main language was a time-shared BASIC.
The most significant thing about this release is that the front panel is now rendered from SVG descriptions, which makes it more photo-realistic and it scales with the window size. Another recent feature is the ability to connect a logical terminal to
Source code and executable are available on the zip file on that page. It currently runs under windows only, although a port to OSX and maybe linux wouldn't be too hard, as the GUI uses the wxWidgets library for portability.
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