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Devils Child

I guess it shouldn't be so hard. But as these sources evolve, I would have to change the code over and over again in order to make the new version fit.

billroy

Bitlash might be a good fit for your application: http://bitlash.net

Bitlash is an iterpreter for a tiny language that runs entirely on the Arduino.  It's easy to integrate into your Arduino application, and to extend the interpreter with functions you write in C and in the Bitlash language.

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Devils Child

I've seen bitlash before and to be honest, I don't like it. It has a weird syntax and only allows variables 27 from a-z.

billroy

De gustibus non disputandum est.

Good luck with your project. :)


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PaulS

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I've seen bitlash before and to be honest, I don't like it. It has a weird syntax and only allows variables 27 from a-z.

You know, a reality check would be a good thing. Which Arduino are you using? Look at how much SRAM it has. The "code" to be interpreted has to fit in that space. Along with the interpreters variables.

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