On this page we collect the new targets and new features that are present in the
beta version of ugBASIC and
which will therefore be available in the next version. Note that the documentation may be a little
lacking, and the features not fully tested: this is to give a chance to take a look at ugBASIC to come.
You should not use this version to produce games or programs.
Targets Features Download
BITdata type, i.e. a 1-bit storage, as single variable or as a vector / matrix. A vector of 128 elements of type
BITwill occupy only 16 bytes.
The ugBASIC compiler is a console application for Linux and Microsoft Windows
operating system, with a convenient IDE environment for Microsoft
In order to install and use
beta ugBASIC only one executable (per target) is needed,
while the IDE is in common to all targets. Depending on which target you are interested in,
you will need to download and install additional software. With these few choices we try
to take you directly to the most appropriate executable. Obviously, you can use ugBASIC
by recompiling them from the source code on repository (branch:
First of all, select the host operating system, that is, the modern operating system you will use to produce programs for 8-bit home computers and/or consoles:
Linux (32 bit) Linux (64 bit)
Windows (32 bit) Windows (64 bit) IDE (Windows 32/64 bit)