Scripts can be loaded as a (1) text-file or (2) in a tokenized way into the Avisaro 2.0 products. For the first case (1) there is no need for this tool - just load the text file as it is. For the second case (2), use this Bascom tool.
The Bascom PC Compiler allows to compile BASIC scripts on a PC. This is particulary helpful to:
The compiler does not allow to run or emulate scripts on a PC.
To use the Bascom compiler, unpack the zip file and copy the "bascom.exe" into the folder which contains the script file. Double-click bascom.exe to start.
1) Enter the filename of the script file.
2) If all is ok, the compiler reports success. Enter the name of an output file. This output file contains the script in a machine coded (tokenized) way. This output file can be loaded into the Avisaro 2.0 products the same way as a script in Ascii format can be.
3) In case of an error, the line number is displayed. Only one error is displayed at a time. Correct the error and start over