[time-nuts] PICTIC Backend

paul swed paulswedb at gmail.com
Wed Jul 14 21:54:55 EDT 2010


Price is right
Whats interesting is that it also supports both usb and bluetooth virtual
ports.
I have used the real pc ports for a long time for direct IO.
USB and such were always a problem.
The syntax is quite a bit different from Visual basic but not bad.
Thanks for the pointer Don.

On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 8:36 PM, Don Latham <djl at montana.com> wrote:

> I really like Robot Basic.
> http://robotbasic.org/
> price is right and no dll's etc. has serial interface, web, etc built in.
> Price is so right.
> Don
>
> Stanley Reynolds
> > A terminal emulator like PuTTY is a good starting point to talk to
> PICTIC.
> > But I
> > was thinking of a GUI that would appear like a virtual instrument.
> Buttons
> > instead of the @ commands, display of various settings and data. My
> > language of
> > choice is Basic looking at Just Basic now. Wonder if anyone else is
> > thinking
> > about this ?
> >
> > Stanley
> >
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