Started by Dinoneno, 15:45, 14 March 12
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Quote from: Dinoneno on 15:45, 14 March 12We have a new version of CPC Basic. It's CPC Basic 3: cpcbasic.tk
Quote from: TFM/FS on 19:01, 14 March 12Any mirror available?
Quote from: MiguelSky on 03:16, 15 March 12Try this link.
Quote from: steve on 16:22, 14 March 12I thought it was a new version of basic for the CPC , perhaps you could compile your basic so we can put into megaflash or a cartridge or at least load it from disk or cassette.
Quote from: ervin on 16:17, 14 March 12Wow! That is a big surprise!I think ccz80 is absolutely brilliant, so I'm very eager to have a look at this.(I'm poppichicken on the ccz80 forum).How long have you been working on this?
10 REM Hello World!20 RANDOMIZE TIME30 MODE 140 FOR i=1 TO 1050 LOCATE RND MOD 29+1,RND MOD 25+160 color=RND MOD 470 PAPER color:PEN (color+(RND MOD 3+1)) MOD 480 PRINT "Hello World!";90 NEXT100 PAPER 0:PEN 1:LOCATE 1,1
Quote from: TFM/FS on 17:46, 19 March 12It's nice that file have date and time, but one could read it betten when data and time would be separated by a blank.
Quote from: MugUK on 20:20, 23 March 12I installed this last night and tried a small listing from 'The Amazing Amstrad Omnibus' that I had bought. OK, it didn't work due to too many INT(RND ...) statements but it was fun to type in a listing with actual line numbers.Times have changed - for the better with my eyesight - as it was done on my 40" LCD TV via a wireless keyboard. Looking forward to having a proper play with this once I get my 6128
Quote from: MiguelSky on 01:11, 24 March 12I tried Mongui from Amstrad User listings but it hangs. Probably it is due the program creates and uses some RSX.
Quote from: ervin on 12:15, 24 March 12Which program did you try?I'd like to have an attempt.
Quote from: MugUK on 14:55, 24 March 12The Phantom Composer on pages 386 & 387. Any occurrence of 'INT(RND ..) was coming up with an error.
QuoteThe RND function returns a value from 0 to 65535. To obtain a value in the range n to m must use the expression RND MOD (m - n + 1) + n. For example, to obtain a random value between 7 and 10 would RND MOD 4+7; for a random value between 1 and 5 would RND MOD 5+1, for a random value between 0 and 20 would RND MOD 21.
QuoteWhich issue of the magazine is Mongui in?
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