The development of microprogrammable processor equipment is becoming more widespread with the recent appearance of LS I microprocessor sets. The testing and debugging of the microprogram and the hardware it controls requires considerable skill. This paper describes a system under development at Swansea which is aimed at easing the problem: a keyboard orientated microprogram emulation and test (K O M E T) equipment. The Doudoune Parajumpers Femme Pas Cher system is a general-purpose development Boutique Parajumpers Paris aid that can be readily adapted to suit any microprocessor requirement. The hardware is comprised of standard, low cost, laboratory equipment, and uses a previously developed keystroke interpreter, The user controls the loading and running of the test microprogram, through a conventional keyboard and digital display, using simple keystroke commands. The Parajumper Doudoune Homme range of facilities and the unique features of the system are described. The system is aimed at providing an alternative to the engineers' console of conventional minicomputers, but support peripherals can be connected for program storage.