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Posted: 2011-01-28 09:29 
So I have been thinking about naming the scripting language that Animatron.bas implements.

I was thinking of "Animasic" combining animatron and BASIC. Someone on the BASIC forum told me about "gcode" for CNC; that made me think of acode or scode (for servo code), but both sounded boring...

Any other ideas?
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Posted: 2011-01-28 15:01 
I like Gcode!

Yes, Acode could work for your efforts.

Alan KM6VV

djsfantasi wrote:
So I have been thinking about naming the scripting language that Animatron.bas implements.

I was thinking of "Animasic" combining animatron and BASIC. Someone on the BASIC forum told me about "gcode" for CNC; that made me think of acode or scode (for servo code), but both sounded boring...

Any other ideas?
dj

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Posted: 2012-06-02 10:20 
I know this is an old post, but an article describing the program in more detail was just published in the online magazine Back2BASIC. If you're interested, please check it out.

I hope Alan (KM6VV) notices that I agreed with his thoughts on using "A-code" for the name of the interpretive language.

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Posted: 2012-06-02 13:09 
Nice work DJ!

It feels great to be published!

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