Is there any way to compile programs written in TI-BASIC (68k) into 68k assembly? The apps I have seen only support only the TI-83 family and do not produce 68k assembly.

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    I don't see why it wouldn't be possible; after all, presumably anything that can be expressed in TI-BASIC can be expressed in assembly running on the same CPU. As to how, though... – a CVn Dec 2 '18 at 13:14
  • I have written a BASIC to C converter for Oric. It could be adapted to TI BASIC, and with a C compiler, it could generate asm code. Main issue is that asm takes a lot more memory than the BASIC counterpart. But on a 68k architecture I suppose it would be all right. – Jean-François Fabre Feb 8 at 21:59

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