|Tom Pitman’s Tiny basic. Small enough to fit in the 1K KIM-1, yet a real Basic interpreter|
Tiny Basic binaries,
low memory version is tiny3, load address 0000 start address 0200
high memory version is tiny 1 load address 0000 + tiny3 load address 2000, start address 2000
Tiny Basic manual as pdf
Tiny Basic manual as html
Tiny Basic manual as text file
Tiny Basic Experimenters kit as pdf
Tiny Basic Experimenters kit as html
Tiny Basic Experimenters kit as text
Getting the most of Tiny Basic.pdf
Articles on tiny Basic from 6502 User notes
Source of Tiny Basic, monitor, and Tiny Basic Bill O’Neill
Tiny Basic for CC65 assembler sources
Tiny Basic games, such as adventure
Games for Tiny basic from Dr Dobbss Vol 1 Page 1, Page 2
Articles from the dutch KIM user Club:
– KIM Kenner 10 Tiny Basic, tips how to save and load and change prompt, Hans Otten.
– KIM Kenner 23 Tiny Basic, Filip van Kenhove, adapt to Elektor Junior
|1977 01 Tiny Basic a mini language for your micro|
|kilobaud 1977 12 Tiny Basic|
|1978 06 Tiny BASIC shortcuts|
|1978 10 Not so Tiny (Basic)|
|Tinkering with Tiny Basic|
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