Unfortunately that one is not BBC BASIC text format. The line numbers are not the first thing on the line, and the keywords are lower case, so I have been spending a few minutes here and there translating it to BBC BASIC. Why did you not include the tokenized form, then it would have been correct.Heater wrote: ↑Mon Jul 15, 2019 4:42 amDavidS,See Richard's post here: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view ... 7#p1500070I am going to see about giving it a try in BBC BASIC on RISC OS (hopefully not to much work). Though where is the library with PROCbigmul and PROCbigadd? Or did you not get far enogh for those two to work?
Did you get a result from the big fibo BASIC code that linked you to (Also see my previous post)? We know that one works well.
BBC BASIC is case sensitive, as well as type local with everything. thus for example you have the keyword TO and you can have the real variables to, To, and tO, at the same time as you have the integer variables to%, To%, and tO%, and the string variables to$, To$, and tO$, so the listing you provided having the case wrong is a big deal. Taking care of the line number issue was easy.
And that post of Richard only stated that he did not finish his bigint library (so he felt not good enough for entry), it did not say that the two functions used therein do or do not work.