>CBM prg Studio allows you to type a BASIC or machine code program in using a nice Windows environment and convert it to a ‘.prg’ file which you can run on an emulator, or even real hardware if you’re feeling brave and have the right kit.
The following machines can be developed for:
- Commodore 64
- Commodore 128
- Commodore VIC 20
- Commodore 16
- Commodore Plus/4
- Commodore PET BASIC 2 machines, e.g. PET 2001
- Commodore PET BASIC 4 machines, e.g. PET 4000/9000
What CBM prg Studio isn’t is a front-end for tok64, cbmcnvrt, bastext or any other tokeniser/detokeniser/assembler. It’s all been written completely from scratch.
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- Multiple source files (assembly or BASIC) can be build to one destination,
- 6502/6510 Assembler/disassembler/Integrated Debugger,
- Program import (.prg, .T64 or .D64/.D71/.D81),
- Program export (.prg, .p00),
- Sprite editor,
- Character editor,
- Screen Designer,
- A Screen Code Builder, for using those pesky print control characters,
- Memory Viewer,
- Binary file import/export,
- .D64/.D71/.D81 Creation Tool,
- BASIC Constants,
- Code formatting and renumbering,
- Automatic assembly code formatting,
- Tabbed MDI interface,
- Comprehensive help, including tutorials,
- Plus many others.