MiniBasic on STM8

Posted on Monday, September 2nd, 2013 in code, demonstrations by the machinegeek

Joaquim reports, “Since I have the STM8S-Discovery I wanted to make a simple version of a BASIC interpreter for it. Had initially thought about converting BASIC to run on the ZX80 STM8S but eventually put that idea aside. Luckily I found this version on the net (Arduino Basic), and after some adaptation could include new commands for running this TinyBasic.”

Joaquim’s project description can be found here, with the source available on GitHub.

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One Response to “MiniBasic on STM8”

  1. SUNNY says:

    sir i want to learn coding of stm8s discovery…..please provide me any coding tutorial../

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