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-The Altair 8800/Z80 Simulator 
  
 As the Husky Hunter 2 is CP/M compatible, it can in run most software written for CP/M. If you are interested in writing software for the Husky Hunter2 and want to use languages other than the built-in [[:​basic:​]],​ the [[http://​www.schorn.ch/​altair.html|SIMH Altair 8800/Z80 simulator]] is a useful tool. As the Husky Hunter 2 is CP/M compatible, it can in run most software written for CP/M. If you are interested in writing software for the Husky Hunter2 and want to use languages other than the built-in [[:​basic:​]],​ the [[http://​www.schorn.ch/​altair.html|SIMH Altair 8800/Z80 simulator]] is a useful tool.
  
 It not only simulates a CP/M computer on a number of host operating systems (Windows/​DOS,​ Linux, Mac OS X and the Sharp Zaurus), but it also supports a large selection of programming languages for CP/M (e.g. SPL and C) which can be used to compile programs for the Husky Hunter 2. The compiled programs can be transferred to the Husky Hunter 2 using [[hcom]]. ​ It not only simulates a CP/M computer on a number of host operating systems (Windows/​DOS,​ Linux, Mac OS X and the Sharp Zaurus), but it also supports a large selection of programming languages for CP/M (e.g. SPL and C) which can be used to compile programs for the Husky Hunter 2. The compiled programs can be transferred to the Husky Hunter 2 using [[hcom]]. ​
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