RobertBe over on Denial pointed me here as a follow-up forum to commodore128.org. Glad to make the acquaintance! I started on the VIC20 in 1985, and then moved to the C128 in 1987. That's where my interest in both machines come from. Since a few years I've been studying both machines again, learning some assembly as I actually wanted to back in the eighties, but didn't have the access to the information that the internet now provides me. In large part through forums like this place, so my thanks to the forum founders!
I see Hydrophilic also found his way here, any more from Denial/commodore128.org on here?
Glad you found us! I started with VIC-20 myself, so I think I can relate to you. Having had VIC-20 and using my friends C64, I think that the Plus/4 and C128 are really great for learning ML because of the built-in MONITOR. The Plus/4 is a bit easier, but of course C128 has compatibility with the many C64 programs... a great way to learn ML is to load up your favorite C64 software (often a game), and then hit the Reset button and check out the code with ML Monitor... it is very much like a "free" / lame freeze cartridge.
Denial member Tokra has been known to post now and then...