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BASIC 10 Liner Contest 2020
« on: 10:17, 03 February 20 »
For those interested, the 10th Anniversary of this contest has commenced.


Rules can be found here.


Entries are here.


This year a new category has been added called "SCHAU", which allows people to write a Demo, Tool or Application as long as it fits within the 10-Line 256 character critea.
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Re: BASIC 10 Liner Contest 2020
« Reply #1 on: 11:21, 03 February 20 »
If someone can provide me with these on disc/disk at the end of the competition I could then make a YT video showcasing them.


Any thoughts?

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Re: BASIC 10 Liner Contest 2020
« Reply #2 on: 23:14, 04 February 20 »
If someone can provide me with these on disc/disk at the end of the competition I could then make a YT video showcasing them.


Any thoughts?


I guess it all depeneds on how many entries the CPC gets, the good news is partipicants have until 21st March to get their entries in (so it's still early days), with the awards ceremony the 4th April, which is when all the downloads become available.


Due to the nature of the competition, all the entries are submitted either Tape or Disk Image, unfortunately these days when I write something and test on my 6128, I convert it to a WMA file and Load it through my DVDs USB port like a Tape :( If you have a PC with 3.5" Floppy Drive, you could use a programme like DOS Copy on the CPC to Transfer the programmes that way, otherwise Divine Coding also created a programme on the CPC to Read DSK images called DSK-CPC, though it was made in the late 90s and it might only work on the earlier DSK images before they became Extended DSK Images.
* Using the old Amstrad Languages :D   * with the Firmware :P
* I also like to problem solve code in BASIC :)   * And type-in Type-Ins! :D

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