If you're looking for compiler basic, you may want to see if ZBASIC is still
available. Haven't looked at it in about 8 years now, but it did allow you
to write Z80 assember and was more advanced in intrinsics than GW-Basic.
--- In email@example.com, "John R. Hogerhuis"
> On Wed, 2005-02-02 at 08:37 +0000, firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Hello,
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> > a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the kminternals
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> > File : /Software/SECTOR2.zip
> > Uploaded by : hollimaus <Holger.Schefczik@t...>
> > Description : A software to communicate between PC and
PDD1/PDD2/FB100, based an GW-Basic or BASIC-A
> > You can access this file at the URL:
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> > hollimaus <Holger.Schefczik@t...>
> Interesting, thanks for uploading this! This looks like it was
> by the same author who produced SECTOR.BA for the Tandy 102/TRS-80
> 100 laptops.
> It looks like this app targets the TPDD2, which was the successor
> TPDD-1, which is the unit the Brother FB-100 is practically
> to. They are both very similar, but the firmware in the TPDD-2 is
> different than the TPDD-1.
> Have you been able to try this software yet?
> You've made me realize I may not have to start from scratch though
> the software... need to dig through the Model 100 archives. We can
> least use it for inspiration.
> Any idea where to find a compatible BASIC to run this?
In internet I've found this side:
where you can download a gwbasic-Version, then I hope the program
must be run. I have modified the SECTOR2.BAS-Software for my
PowerBasic-Version. It was not easy to do that, but now, sector2.bas
will work for about 80% with my FB100.
> -- John.