The Sorbus Computer is capable of running like an Apple Computer 1, or Apple I for short.
The implementation can not be 100%, since the terminal is implemented totally different. So the typical "startup screen" consisting of the "_@"-combination repeated all over the screen is not reproduced. Neither is the flashing "@" used as for the cursor.
The Apple 1 keyboard only uses uppercase characters. So lowercase characters are automatically converted. But still, a couple of keys are still unused, those are used for meta functions:
WozMon knows four operations: read bytes, read ranges, write and execute. The first line of a box is what is entered, the rest is the output by WozMon.
Dump a single byte of memory:
FF00 FF00: D8
Dump more that one byte at a time
FF00 FF03 FF00: D8 FF03: 7F
Dump a range of bytes of memory:
FF00.FF0F FF00: D8 58 A0 7F 8C 12 D0 A9 FF08: A7 8D 11 D0 8D 13 D0 A9
Write to memory:
0: 53 56 4F 4C 4C 49 0000: 05
The output is from the dump command implied before the colon. Let's check if our write to memory was successful:
0.5 0000: 53 56 4F 4C 4C 49
Without an address, data gets appended:
6:20 0006: 00
0.7 0000: 20 56 4F 4C 4C 49 20 21
Execute a program in memory by appending to "R" the address
FF00 R FF00: D8\
Also loaded is the KRUSADER ROM which contains more tools.