A microcomputer with PS/2 keyboard, SD card storage and composite video output, running Terminal-BASIC
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I'v published the sources of BASIC-microcomputer emulator for PC. It runs on Linux and depends on posixcpp and SDL2 libraries.
It can be used to debug major parts of BASIC-microcomputer firmware (terminal-basic interpreter, TVoutEx library etc.) and to test what BASIC-microcomputer can do.
Minimal BASIC test programs, tetris game and other test programs can be found here.
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Yes, this project runs well on DUE. No problems were detected at startup. Also, all the functions of this interpreter are modular, which allows you to customize it for yourself.
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I really like this project, very interested in this version of BASIC, I've been using TinyBASIC in my Arduino Computer projects, but it's very limited.
I wonder if this project could be replicated with an Arduino Due, with it's 96K of RAM and a SPI based SD adaptor.
Nice project. ;-)
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