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I was taking about a toy..I was just wonderin

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Sorry, can not help you much here - the ones I have delt with all had proprietary motherboards (basically just a circuitboard), and was controlled by a Motorally 8088 chip which I programmed in HEX using the basic 8088 assembler instruction set. (It usally comes as a kit obtainable from most do-it-yourself electronic shops)

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