Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 25th Aug 2006 09:03 UTC, submitted by anonymous
General Development Adam Dunkels, well-known author of the Contiki operating system and the uIP embedded TCP/IP stack, has written a really small BASIC interpreter called uBASIC in about 700 lines of C code. It is intended to be a very small scripting language for systems where memory really is at a premium such as deeply embedded systems which may have as little as a few hundreds of bytes of RAM. It provides an interesting look into how to write a very lightweight script interpreter.
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Low on memory?
by Invincible Cow on Fri 25th Aug 2006 13:07 UTC
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If you have memory constraints, why on earth use a scripting language?

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