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Using POKEs with your emulator

There are various emulators out there which give you the ability to input
POKEs to memory.

I have compiled a list of the most commonly used emulators out there, or at least the ones I've used. For example, I realise I have missed out the apparently superb RealSpectrum - I could not for the life of me get the thing to work on my PC. If anyone wants to lend a hand getting it working, or feels like doing a "How To POKE" guide for RealSpectrum, I'd be tres obliged.

Anyway, I've split the list into different computer formats. I haven't bothered distinguishing between a DOS and Windows based emulator, because it didn't really seem valid. I'm NOT trying to reproduce the CSS FAQ here. This is for people who already have an emulator, but need help getting the POKEs to work. So ner...

If you find this information is wrong, or want to add an emulator with the ability to POKE, let me know.