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Offline Bytebreaker

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Little Triangles Demo
« on: 00:21, 10 May 16 »
Hello there.


My intention was actually to learn 6502/Z80 Assembler and get more familiar with hardware programming.
But I can't let go from that lovely Amstrad Basic. So I did another little basic demo which deals with triangular structures. Compared to "real Assembler demos", Basic demos look plain and simple, but it's so much fun to code and so powerful to use.The very best 8 bit Basic there is.


As always, run"-disc


By the way, I hereby start an open challenge: Does anyone manage to code a Koch snowflake in Amstrad Basic? This will be my next project but maybe someone releases it faster than I do and with more elegant code.


Koch snowflake - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Regards,


Bytebreaker




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Re: Little Triangles Demo
« Reply #1 on: 00:35, 10 May 16 »
Thats magic
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