A list of emulators written in the JavaScript programming language
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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -193,7 +193,7 @@ Lastly, if you are into JavaScript, you might enjoy [Echo JS](http://www.echojs. - [HP-35](http://ashleyf.github.io/HP35/) - bug-compatible emulator by Ashley Feniello [explained here](https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/ashleyf/2010/09/25/microcode-level-hp-35-emulator-in-javascript/) using [Eric Smith](http://nonpareil.brouhaha.com/)'s and [Jacques Laporte](http://home.citycable.ch/pierrefleur/Jacques-Laporte/)'s work - [HP-35, HP-45, HP-55, HP-65, HP-80](http://home.citycable.ch/pierrefleur/HP-Classic/HP-Classic.html) - collection of HP Classics, based on Feniello's work, by Francois Roulet - [HP-45](http://members.aon.at/nkehrer/hp45_js/hp45.html) - statically recompiled ROM by Norbert Kehrer -- [jsEmu28](http://jadegame.com/jsemu48/) - emscripten port by Julien Meyer of HP EMU By Daniel Nilsson. ([Source](https://github.com/brizzly/jsEmu48)) +- [jsEmu48](http://jadegame.com/jsemu48/) - emscripten port by Julien Meyer of HP EMU By Daniel Nilsson. ([Source](https://github.com/brizzly/jsEmu48)) - [HP-55](http://www.sydneysmith.com/products/hp55u/run/), [HP-65](http://www.sydneysmith.com/wordpress/hp65/) and [HP-67](http://www.sydneysmith.com/wordpress/1178/hp67-microcode-emulator/) - with extra debug menu, by Greg Sydney-Smith - [мк-61](http://mk-61.moy.su/emulator.html) - Elektronika's programmable calculators MK-61, Б3-34, МК-54, and МК-56, also the Феликс-М (Felix M) arithmometer, a slide rule and an abacus. By Felix Lazarev, Andrey_emu, Sergey Tarasov and others. - [Sinclair Scientific](http://www.righto.com/sinclair) and [TI-1500](http://www.righto.com/ti) - calculator simulations including full description of the algorithms and the reverse-engineering process. By Ken Shirriff