BASIC detokenisers

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dave
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BASIC detokenisers

#1 Post by dave » Wed Sep 22, 2010 10:35 am

I have a selection of the above, sat on my hard disk that I hacked together very quickly to help me erm... fix games. Is anybody interested in having a copy, as I wouldn't want them to just disappear next time I have a hard disk crash?

They are:
  • Spectrum (written over 15 years ago)
  • BBC (I don't really use this as DFS Explorer has a much better one)
  • Amstrad CPC (written a couple of years back to fix a couple of CPC games)
  • Oric (written about 2 weeks ago to fix a game for Juan)

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Re: BASIC detokenisers

#2 Post by Eriorg » Thu Sep 23, 2010 3:36 pm

Well, I don't think I'll use them, but I can't see why I couldn't have them on my hard disk or on a USB key (unless they're above one or two gigabytes, but it'd be surprising). You can send them to me with PM.

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Re: BASIC detokenisers

#3 Post by Gunness » Thu Sep 23, 2010 8:44 pm

Of course I'd never use such tools of cheating, but.... oh, what heck, please send them :)

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Re: BASIC detokenisers

#4 Post by dave » Fri Oct 08, 2010 3:40 pm

I've got a basic C64 detokeniser (working from .vsf snapshots) now. It's pretty much untested and has one annoying bug: <> comes out as ><.

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