BBC BASIC for Console v0.41 released
I have updated the Console Mode editions of BBC BASIC to version 0.40. The changes in this version are:
- Fixed a bug in the handling of @% whereby setting the field width (LS byte) to zero didn't have the correct effect.
- Hexadecimal addresses passed to *commands are now assumed to be unsigned. This fixes a problem (on 32-bit editions only) when the address is in the top half of the memory map.
- Fixed a warning issued by GCC 11 related to the way the pseudo-random number prand is handled. This doesn't affect operation.
- Added a new example program solve.bbc which is a console version of the program of the same name supplied with the GUI editions (it solves simultaneous equations by inverting a matrix).
Version 0.40 may be downloaded from the usual place.