Tinkering Arduino and Small Basic

Last October, I wrote about Arduino Sample Programs in this blog.  After that I posted a thread to summarize Arduino programs in Small Basic forum. Today I will introduce some images of programs in the thread. LED Simulator NHC457 by Tryhest LED Signal Circuit Graphics GZN399-2 by Nonki LED Simulator (Retouched Ver.) NCH457-0 by YLed VGA Controller…

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Guru! Where are you? Time for the March 2017 Microsoft Small Basic Guru awards!

Also, where is Scooby Doo? March 2017 Small Basic Guru, it’s time to share great skills as a TechNet Wiki article and WIN medal(s). Medals? Yes, you can share multiple articles in the same or different categories! Now, navigate to TechNet Guru Competition March 2017 to choose your categories and if it’s not listed add your content in Miscellaneous Category!…

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Small Basic Challenges of the Month – March 2017

These challenges from LitDev  are intended for people who are learning to program for the first time or for those returning to programming who want to start using Small Basic.  Some will be easy, some will be hard – but they will all make you think, and more importantly be GREAT FUN! Post your solutions here!…

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December 2016 Small Basic Guru Awards!!! Accessibility and Troubleshooting abound!

Here are the results for the TechNet Guru Awards, December 2016 !!!! This blog post highlights the Small Basic category. To see all the awards, head here: December 2016 TechNet Guru Winners!    . So, as it turns out, I took the medals:  Small Basic Technical Guru – December 2016  Ed Price – MSFT Small Basic Accessibility: Enlarging the text and Hiding…

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Small Basic – Language Packs

This blog is about how to use Small Basic with different regional langauges. Available Languages Using Small Basic with different languages has grown.  Version 1.2 now supports the following languages. English Arabic Czech German Spanish French Hebrew Croatian Icelandic Italian Japanese Korean Dutch Polish Portuguese (Brazil and Portugal) Russian Turkish Chinese (Simplified and Traditional) More…

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Small Basic – Creating Bart Simpsons’ head in 3D!

This comes from Tryhest. He started with a work in progres: 3d bart skull DWT117   He then continued adding facetes: KBV119 optimized code structure removed dot display facet counter added finished forehead added intro anim still 30% to go Here’s the texture he used for the skin: Next came this update: 75% done BGX735…

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Want to be the Microsoft TechNet Small Basic Guru for February 2017?

February 2017 Small Basic Guru, it’s time to share great skills as a TechNet Wiki article and WIN medal(s). Medals? Yes, you can share multiple articles in the same or different categories! Now, navigate to TechNet Guru Competition February 2017 to choose your categories and if it’s not listed add your content in Miscellaneous Category! All you have to do…

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Who will be crowned the First Small Basic Guru of 2017!!

Maybe that title should end in question marks, like this… Who will be crowned the First Small Basic Guru of 2017?? Anyhoo… Time for a fresh start! [The Guru is the means of realisation. “There is no knowledge without a teacher.”] We’re looking for the first Gurus of 2017!! All you have to do is…

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Small Basic – Artificial Neuron

I wrote a program about simple artificial neuron (PQK191).  This neuron has two inputs x1, x2 and one output y.  And the output can be shown as: y = f(x1*w1 + x2*w2 + b). While, w1, w2 are weights, b is bias and f() is unit step function. f(x) = 1 (x ≧ 0) f(x)…

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