Download Bastext v2.2 [137k Spark file]
<basfile>to a Text file
<textfile>, give the command:
BasText -t <textfile> <basfile>
For the reverse operation (Text to BASIC), type:
BasText -b <basfile> <textfile>
Note that the output file comes right after the option letter, and the input file is last on the command line. This is done so that the command line has the structure as used under Unix (and Linux).
To see possible conversion options, give the bastext command on it's own, without any parameters.
The main executable comes in two flavours: 32/26 bit neutral (called bastext) and 26 bit (called bastext26). Normally all you require is the 'bastext' version.
Apart from the command-line program, there are also the assembler routines that form the basis of the program. These can be included in and called from your application. The routines are APCS compliant, so they can be called directly from C.
You can find the email address inside the package, or use the contacts link below.
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