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PropForth 5.0 and beginner’s guide available

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

PropForth 5.0 is available for use on the Parallax Propeller. As the PropForth crew explains, "It is an interactive development and run time system. You can communicate with PropForth using a standard serial port, or via ethernet and telnet depending on the capabilities of the system you are using. It...

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PropForth IDE for the Parallax Propeller

Saturday, June 25th, 2011

PropForth is a fully interactive development environment which runs on the Parallax Propeller allowing you to program the chip interactively in Forth using a PC serial terminal program. Their latest code release is Version 4.5. According to their project description: Propforth 4.5 introduces standardized interfaces (cog, serial, ethernet, etc), SD...

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