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Getting Started in BBC Basic on the BBC Micro and Electron by Mike Bibby

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Published by Database Publications in Stockport .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Acorn Electron

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Edition Notes

GenreAcorn Electron
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages154
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15327992M
ISBN 100948104058

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Date: Getting Started in BBC Basic on the BBC Micro and Electron. Step by step the reader is led into devising his own programs, almost without noticing it. Publisher: Database Publications Ltd Author: Mike Bibby. routines, so Basic programs normally start at E00 as they do on the BBC. The remaining RAM is used to provide program and data storage and graphics. The Electron has seven of the eight modes provided by the BBC microcomputer - the only one missing being mode 7 - the teletext mode. The graphics are identical. The Super-User's BBC Micro Book (Addison-Wesley) The BBC Micro Book: Basic Sound And Graphics (Addison-Wesley) The BBC Micro Revealed (Interface) The Acorn Electron User Guide (Acorn Computers Ltd) Games For Your BBC Micro (Virgin Games) A collection of Basic games for the BBC Micro with quality ranging from the mediocre to the dreadful. Often button number 1 is tuned to BBC 1, button number 2 to BBC2, button number 3 to ITV and so on. It is best to tune a spare channel for the computer, for example channel 8. You can then use this for the computer without interfering with the tuning of the normal Size: 2MB.

Coverscans, screenshots, documentation and maps for a number of BBC Micro games. Neil Crutchlow's BBC > Flash Game Conversions Flash conversions of several BBC Micro classics including the Repton series, Galaforce, Chuckie Egg and Hopper. Jo Holbourn's BBC Pages Focuses on Educational Software for the BBC Micro. BBC Micro Music Masterclass. 1 The SOUND Statement. As I mentioned in the Introduction, the basic command used for producing any form of noise on the BBC is the SOUND command. In this chapter we will deal with the use of SOUND to produce music and, for simplicity's sake, we will temporarily ignore the fact that SOUND can also produce white. The Micro User - Getting Started in Sound and Graphics on the BBC Micro by Paul Jones, Nigel Peters, Michael Noels to be scanned The Super-User's BBC Micro Book (James & Keeler). VERSIONS: DOWNLOADS: LINKS: BBC BASIC for Windows for Windows™ 98, Me, NT, , XP, Vista and Windows 7, 8/ and 10 (and for Linux with Wine). BBC BASIC for SDL for Mac OS-X, Linux (x86), Raspberry Pi, Android, iOS and Windows™ Vista, 7, 8/ and BBC BASIC (86) Plus for MS-DOS and Windows™ BBC BASIC (Z80) for CP/M .

Install BBC Micro To get BBC_Micro on your sandbox, install the bbc-pal-library-micro RPM with yum. You should be logged into the command-line of . If the CALL statement is used with an address which corresponds to a MOS entry point on the BBC Micro/Acorn Electron/Master series machines and there are no other parameters, then BASIC treats the call as if it had been made from one of those machines. Thus a loop started with FOR I=1 TO 0 executes once, with I set to 1 in the body of. The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized electronic development platform built with education in mind. It was developed by the BBC in partnership with major tech companies, communities, and educational organizations to provide kids with a fun, easy, . Electron should carry BBC Basic into many more homes and it is anticipated children will use the BBC at school and the Electron at home. Curry is quoted as saying "The BBC is happy because they see it as support for the language, making it as standard as possible." Conclusions • The Electron is an excellent micro for the Size: 3MB.