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Terminal-BASIC programmable calculator

A project log for Terminal-BASIC

Language interpreter for uC-based systems

Andrey SkvortsovAndrey Skvortsov 03/26/2019 at 07:392 Comments

I think about Terminal-BASIC based programmable calculator, like MK-90


I am planning to use Arduino DUE, TFT screen schield and custom matrix keyboard of40-64 keys.
Does anybody know, if this shield is compatible with arduino DUE?

Actually, I'v just tried it on my risk. Screen itself works well with UTFT library with the same C++ code as for Arduino MEGA, but SD card doesn't. On MEGA both screen and SD card slot do work. And what about slot for a small FLASH chip?

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Andrey Skvortsov wrote 04/10/2019 at 21:32 point

I'v started a dedicated campanion project of Terminal-BASIC programmable calculator at https://hackaday.io/project/164645-terminal-basic-programmable-calculator

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Andrey Skvortsov wrote 03/28/2019 at 08:58 point

SD card slot on this shield can't be used on DUE by default, because DUE hasn't SPI pins on its left dual socket of digital I/O.

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