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Aug 12 '19 at 21:34 history edited Shaun Bebbers CC BY-SA 4.0
Some minor amends to the true / false section
Aug 12 '19 at 21:27 history edited Shaun Bebbers CC BY-SA 4.0
Some minor amends to the true / false section
Aug 12 '19 at 21:15 history edited Shaun Bebbers CC BY-SA 4.0
Added in scoring now I've realised the best way to get the program bytes
Apr 7 '17 at 8:22 comment added Shaun Bebbers I can only approximate byte counts at the moment I haven't found a good resource for ZX80 programming, so based on the ZX81 byte count for symbolic listings, it's 3 bytes per line plus 1 byte per key-press. White spaces can be ignored unless they are within a string literal. For instance, if you press Y for PRINT it is immediately proceeded by a white space that you cannot delete without also removing the PRINT keyword
Apr 7 '17 at 8:19 comment added Shaun Bebbers I did ask for there to be code-golf alike challenges and 'one-liners' on the Retro Computing Stack Exchange, but apparently this would not be relevant to Retro Computing. The ZX80 and other 8- and 16-bit machines are mostly not a good fit for code-golf - however this situation could be simplified if the Code Golf stack exchange would allow for 8-bit specific categories and challenges as a trial, that way we could resolve all of the anomalies that retro/ancient 8-bit tech presents.
Apr 7 '17 at 3:18 comment added Digital Trauma Can you address scoring in this post? IIRC its a tokenised language, which complicates things
Apr 4 '17 at 14:36 comment added cat "Object Orientation: Err..."
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