I specialize in electronic CAD software and services, including test issues for ASIC components, custom and FPGA based designs. I do extensive work with JTAG testing.
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The IP product family is a set of application support programs that have existed here since 1980. I have recently decided to offer the IP toolset for external use. The first of these sets is the Pascal language version of IP. There is also a Basic language version of IP, but there is no timeline at present for when, or even if, that will be offered.
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The ISO 7185 standard is the standard for the Pascal language set back in 1982. It expressed an exact standard for, and clarified several issues with, the original language Pascal as specified in 1972. The Pascal standard was followed by most minicomputer and mainframe computer compiler manufacturers. Unfortunately, it wasn't followed by many microcomputer compiler makers. This page is for the interests of keeping the original Pascal language going, which means Pascal as specified in 1972, and standardized in 1982 by ISO 7185.
I started a collection of early Basic computer games to test IP Basic. The reason for this is that early basic games are typically not graphical, and use generally acceptable Basic statements. This is in contrast with later programs that make extensive use of local features like graphics and sound. This unfortunately makes such programs non-portable, and useless to me for testing a portable Basic compiler/interpreter.
I found that others were interested in these programs, so this page exists for that reason.
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