Sir,ericgibbs said:Hi Simran,
Download the GCBasic and install it.
Download the Crimson Editor and install it
Use the default directories both programs offer.
Load one of the GCBasic sample txt files into the Crimson editor window.
Press the F9 keyboard key, this should compile the txt program into a hex file.
In Crimson editor look under Tools/preferences
Give it a try
Only the latest compiled hex file is stored in the GCBasic directory. If the file does not compile, then no hex file. Looking in the Crimson Editor output window, you should see something like this if successfully compiled:1. I wanted to know where the compiled hex files stored when we are using crimson editor...
Have you got a chip programmed with GCBasic? I would suggest getting some sample programs done with the Crimson Editor first. Then, when you are comfortable with how GCBasic works, try out the other IDE's (they are relativey new to GCBasic).3. Are the last two IDE's that are available on this page working well... I wanted to know if the viruses in my computer arent affecting that because they are giving faults in my computer...