BASIC Stamp Editor
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What is BASIC Stamp Editor?
BASIC Stamp Editor is an application that is part of a microcontroller module used to activate the PBASIC language interpreter on one computer. The software is developed by the company called Parallax.
The code of the software is kept in a data storage called EEPROM. The tool makes use of commands for I/O which can be executed using the PBASIC language. It can also be utilize to manipulate sensors. The entire module from which the BASIC Stamp Editor is integrated is used to communicate with other modules, work with integrated circuits as well as remain functional within a network.
BASIC Stamp Editor is especially designed to work on Windows environment. It can be used in 3 different steps. The first step requires users to download the software alongside its executable files. To run the installer, the user simply has to follow what the prompt says. The last step requires users to connect the necessary hardware or accessories to allow usage of the software. This application supports Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7. It is also used hand-in-hand with a USB support. The latest version of the application is the v2.5.3.
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File types supported by BASIC Stamp Editor
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Last updated: : December 7, 2022