Tod W contributed this math library written in BASIC, and also verified it against Excel.
To access these functions, #include "ab_math.bas"
These libraries can be #include 'd into a BASIC program, adding string and hardware functions.
The syntax of this BASIC is much like the original Microsoft BASIC, QBASIC or early versions of Visual BASIC. As part of the compile process a modified version of the C pre-processor is called that allows #include, #define, #ifdef ... #endif, #if ... #endif, #error and #warn
Thanks to Olzeke, this has been updated and checked on multiple-*nix systems. BASIC support for Linux has been updated for the new ARM Stamp. Files download here
Wow, what a week! Started this blog report with the goal of making a 'Dice' roller for my war-gaming. I had some TIL-311 dotmatrix hexadecimal displays from way back when. [old]