My copy is long gone, that was in another life. Every time this comes up I say I'd like to make a retro Z80 board. One day._____Rob
To get C++ you have to buy the > 256k code size version for $256, major PITA and not a good way to entice people onto the platform I feel.
If they made single-chip Z80 computers, how many would you buy?
No longer the case, the latest LPCXpresso free version supports C++.
Z80, 64K of RAM and 8K of ROM (setup so the rom can be switched off and run totally in RAM) along with a serial port (or 2) all on one chip
I have the Z80 assembler...Writtten in VB6.