Author Topic: C.Basic - A much faster Casio fx-9860gII BASIC interpreter  (Read 4423 times)

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We need a third party TIBASIC interpreter for the CE calc. Perhaps @PT_  can look into it, given that he has made a compiler before?
(From what mateo has gathered, its very bad and unoptimized)

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We need a third party TIBASIC interpreter for the CE calc. Perhaps @PT_  can look into it, given that he has made a compiler before?
(From what mateo has gathered, its very bad and unoptimized)
The TI-BASIC interpreter could indeed be better and smaller, but writing one yourself is pretty hard, I've experience ;)

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