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What is the best BASIC Pocket Computer
07-06-2019, 03:50 PM
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RE: What is the best BASIC Pocket Computer
I just got a Casio fx-730P the other day, and I really like it. It has two memory addressing modes: DEFM and DIM. DEFM works like the corresponding memory configuration function on Casio calculators, adding more variables "after" Z. In this mode, you can use array indexes to address variables relative to one another (so C(3) is the same as F). In DIM mode, you allocate and deallocate arrays with up to 3 dimensions, like a more traditional BASIC.

I still can't get my FA-3 cassette interface to work, though. It sounds like it's saving just fine, but the computer acts like it doesn't hear anything when attempting to load.
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