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This is the
central location for AttoBASIC for the ATMEL
AVR controllers and ARDUINO computers
Supports most ARDUINO, ADAFRUIT,
OLIMEX and TEENSY(2.0) products.
The current version 2.34 supports the following ATMEL micro-controllers [*New]:
Older versions support ATMEL AT90S2313,
ATtiny2313(A), AT90S8515 & ATmega163 and are now included in the
HEX file builds as is the full source code.
AttoBASIC run on several AVR controllers with 2K or more of
AttoBASIC is a very small Basic interpreter for a very small
interpreter uses on-chip RAM only. Originally
targeted and developed for limited debugging, monitor and control
use on an ATMEL AT90S2313, it has expanded with the ATMEL line of
AttoBASIC Version 2.0 and above incorporates many enhancements by
Scott Vitale; including TWI (I2C®), SPI, DALLAS 1-wire® and DS
serial interfaces, a high resolution Direct Digital Synthesizer
(DDS) function, a real-time counter, data file management, NORDIC
nRF24L01(+), DHTxx Humidity and Temperature Sensor and support for
UART and USB serial I/O. Support for most ARDUNIO, ADAFRUIT,
OLIMEX and many other products running a supported MCU is
possible. Various bootloaders are included with AttoBASIC.
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