Before, I actually did it in assembly, which is about ten times
more 'econimical' that the PICBASIC equivalent.
trutan said:I meant that a program in assembly, while more complicated to do,
typically uses up less program memory--economical.
But programming in PICBASIC is far easier. In fact now I program exclusively in PICBASIC and have cut my programming time a great deal.
I find that trading off some memory 'real estate' is worth the time savings.
(I ckecked: In the examples above, the code in assembly saves 31 words.)