The 100th issue of Dr. Dobb's Journal (February 1985) published an article I wrote describing a Tiny Basic interpreter I had written for the Motorola 68000 microprocessor. I am maintaining this web page as a place to pick up my latest version of the software, and to announce any new updates that might come along. Of course, others have probably extended my work in other directions. If so, I'd love to hear about it. You can contact me at .
The entire package of source code, documentation, and example programs is available as a Zip file, which you can download by clicking here:
The interpreter's source was written for the Quelo freeware 68000 assembler for CP/M. (Note: this assembler doesnot run on a PC unless you have a CP/M emulator program!) I've made the Quelo assembler package available for downloading by clicking on this link:
If you don't have the ability to extract the contents of a zipped file, you can download the interpreter's source code in text form (in MS-DOS ASCII text format) by clicking here: