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'BASIC Compiler'
1994\09\29@180804 by A.Starr

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Just to clear up some potential confusion...

The compiler I am working on is a true compiler, as
opposed to a tokeniser for an interpreter. The software will
accept a text file of BASIC source code, and generate a
MPASM-compatible assembly text file.
The BASIC will eventually support bit, byte, word and
floating point data types, as well as the expected i/o
operations such as RS-232, I2C, A/D etc. At the moment
I am concentrating on the 16C71 as the target platform.
When the software is closer to completion I'll let you guys
know and ask if any of you want to be beta testers before
I let the animal loose on an unsuspecting public :>

                                               Cheers


'Basic Compiler'
1997\09\21@165224 by peter
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Does anyone have any experience with Pic basic compilers
that they would like to share with me

I need a compiler to write small simple one-off programs
quickly, similar to basic stamp

I have looked at a few demo programs
but most don't run properly (on my machine/win95)
or require hardware (for the demo!!)

I will be using 16*84 mostly

spam_OUTpeterTakeThisOuTspamcousens.her.forthnet.gr

1997\09\22@023650 by Pasi T Mustalahti

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On Sun, 21 Sep 1997, Peter Cousens wrote:

> Does anyone have any experience with Pic basic compilers
> that they would like to share with me
>
> I need a compiler to write small simple one-off programs
> quickly, similar to basic stamp
>
> I have looked at a few demo programs
> but most don't run properly (on my machine/win95)
> or require hardware (for the demo!!)
>
> I will be using 16*84 mostly
>
> .....peterKILLspamspam@spam@cousens.her.forthnet.gr
>
PTM: I have tried PBASIC in my frieds system enough to have an opinion.
I have written code about 15 years with various Basic systems: VIC20,
Commodore64, APPLE II, ZBASIC, BASICA, GWBASIC, QBasic 2.0..4.5,
VisualBasic, TrueBasic, TinyBasic, 68HC11 and made one Basic-like
environment myself. I have of course used some other languages too:
FORTH, C, Pascal, Cobol, Comal, Fortran, Logo...

And now this PBASIC.
I like it. It has nice syntax, it is easy to edit and makes clean enough
code that is rather fast and tight. I have not yet found any errors.
My frieds have written timers«, counters and other laboratory machinery
without a line of ASM with PBasic.

Something is missing. I would like to write my own commands, but it is
possible only with In Line assembler or include files. I Would like to
have an program emulator so that I could test run my code in PC. And I
would like to have a programming environment, where I could write the code
as a project and program the stone in situ. Now we have QuickEdit as an
editor and PIP as a programming program and a homebrew LPT-prommer.

Manual is rather good. Some things concerning include files and their
syntax could have been written in more depth. The same goes with
documentation of INC-files. They are written in rather nice self
explanatory style, but I would like to make my own changes there.

All put together this PBasic is very near optimal system for me.  I don't
know the price, but if it costs between 0..200$, I'll buy it from my own
moneys if my boss wouldn't :)

BTW: Wasn't this nice advertisment. Donations are welcome from the
writers of PBC ;)
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'Basic compiler'
1998\10\26@100250 by Mercy jean-marc
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Some time ago, one of you sent to the list a nice basic compiler which
I lost in a hard drive crash. Would you be kind enough to sent it again
either to the list or to me ? ( The list would be nice for everyone to
enjoy it)
Thanks in advance.

1998\10\26@102748 by Wolfgang Kynast

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Hi,

Mjm> Some time ago, one of you sent to the list a nice basic compiler which
Mjm> I lost in a hard drive crash.

The Url should be on
http://people.frankfurt.netsurf.de/wky/pic.htm#table4

Wolfgang
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PIC links:
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1998\10\27@065227 by arno

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At 26.10.98 16:59:00, you wrote:
>Some time ago, one of you sent to the list a nice basic compiler which
>I lost in a hard drive crash. Would you be kind enough to sent it again
>either to the list or to me ? ( The list would be nice for everyone to
>enjoy it)
>Thanks in advance.
>

PICBAS by Chris W. Burns
http://spot.fho-emden.de/ftp/micro/picbas.zip

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