[BBC-Micro] 'BASIC 512K'
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Fri Feb 5 01:47:04 GMT 2010
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From: "John Kortink" <kortink at inter.nl.net>
To: <bbc-micro at lists.cloud9.co.uk>
Sent: Friday, February 05, 2010 12:26 AM
Subject: Re: [BBC-Micro] 'BASIC 512K'
> On Fri, 5 Feb 2010 00:03:52 -0000, "David Hunt" <dm.hunt at ntlworld.com>
> >> John Kortink wrote:
> >> > ReCo6502 can now run a 65816-patched HiBASIC 4r32
> >> > that provides 448 KB of variable storage space,
> >> > with no significant performance penalty (due to
> >> > the 24-bit addressing capabilities of the 65816).
> >> Time to get obtain some appropaitely shaped tuits and finally get
> >> around to writing that 65816 emulator I've been meaning to.
> >How's about a 32016 emulator? It'd be v.useful to have running on the ARM
> It'll probably end up being in BASIC ... ;-)
And will probably run about as fast as the original 32016! Running some of
my old fractal stuff on the Master 128 with an internal Turbo co-pro, versus
BAS32 on an external 32016, didn't seem very different. With big number
sets, it may have been faster. The same stuff on Sprow's ARM runs at a much
On the topic of 32016's - does anyone know of a hack/mod for post Y2K PANOS?
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