Any book I should host on Defence-Force?

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Any book I should host on Defence-Force?

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If you locate Oric books available in PDF format, and if the person who made the conversion agrees, I can host them all in the Oric library as non compressed files so they can be read online directly.

Thanks for the tips :)

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Not directly Oric stuff but intersting..

http://www.bombjack.org/commodore/books ... Y_LANGUAGE

if you wanna more : http://www.bombjack.org/commodore/
Dbug wrote:If you locate Oric books available in PDF format, and if the person who made the conversion agrees, I can host them all in the Oric library as non compressed files so they can be read online directly.

Thanks for the tips :)
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nice adress.
one of my dream, the same work on oric library
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A similar site is www.bbcdocs.com for the Acorn Atom, BBC/Master, Electron and some Archimedes/Risc PC stuff. Perhaps nothing related to generic 6502 programming that Oric people could take advantage of, but one more example of how docs can be sorted into categories.
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If I had more downloadable books, I would consider rewriting the library to use the database back-end, but in the current state it's not really worth it.

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