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22 Dec 2009
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SPLat/PC goes 32-bit!

It's been a huge and lengthy project, but the re-write of SPLat/PC, our all-in-one programming software, is at last released. We had to re-write SPLat/PC because sucessive releases of Windows were breaking the original 16-bit version. The 16-bit version is no longer supported.

The 32-bit version features a number of enhancements, such as:

  • Colour syntax highlighting to assist readability and spotting mis-typed instruction keywords
  • Better integration with online help, with direct keyword lookup (highlight an instruction keyword and hit CTRL+F1 to look up the word).
  • Split screen editing. You can divide the editor screen horizontally and vertically to get 4 separate views of the same program
  • Program translation is about 6x faster
  • Better printing

As always, SPLat/PC is free. Get your copy here.

David Stonier-Gibson


Q: Why do programmers always get Christmas and Halloween mixed up?
A: Because DEC 25 = OCT 31

If knowledge can create problems, it is not through ignorance that we can solve them.
Isaac Asimov

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Copyright 2009 SPLat Controls Pty Ltd. This communication does not constitute professional advice