BBC BASIC V interpreter
Brandy is an interpreter for BBC Basic. It is source code compatible with the
BASIC V interpreter in RISC OS and runs under a number of different
Note that it is not possible to make operating system calls from within a
program except under RISC OS.
The documentation for Brandy consists of the following files:
use This describes how to use the interpreter and
lists the differences between it and Acorn's
interpreter and its limitations.
messages This file describes all the error messages that the
interpreter can produce and what they mean.
graphics This contains notes on the program's graphics
basic This is a brief intro
The example programs are as follows:
cmdline Reads parameters from the command line used to
start the interpreter
combsort Compares a comb sort and a bubble sort
cricket Simulates a game of cricket
dow Prints the day of the week for the given date
graphdemo Plots a graph
hanoi Solves the 'Ttowers of Hanoi' puzzle
hex Solves the 'hex' puzzle
lands Plots a simple fractal landscape
BRANDY(1) BBC BASIC V interpreter BRANDY(1)
brandy - a portable BBC BASIC V interpreter
brandy [-help] [-size SIZE] [-lib FILENAME] [-load FILENAME]
[-path DIRECTORY[,DIRECTORY]...] [-quit FILENAME]
[-chain FILENAME] [-ignore] [FILENAME]
Brandy is an interpreter for BBC BASIC V, the diale
brandy (1.20~pre5-4) unstable; urgency=low
* Update man page with suggestions from Reuben Thomas
Version 1.00 08/11/2000
This is the initial release version of the interpreter.
Version 1.01 14/
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