The compiled executables are also included so that you can see the size
of each. Note how the WIN95 overhead bloats the program!
Exception: Visual Basic - which is smaller than Basic for DOS!
Also note that the most compact programs require the most complicated source code (and so are most likely to have bugs in it).
If anyone knows how to improve my assembly programs let me know.
I haven't used assembler for 13 years!
|Programming Languages I have used|
|Assember Source Code (A86 for DOS)
version 1 (doesn't do 99 ->100)
version 2 (complete and bug-free?)
|Executable (ten-01.com 134
Executable (ten-02.com 176 bytes)
|C Source Code (Turbo C for DOS)||Executable (ten-1.exe 15,356 bytes)|
|BASIC Source Code (Quick Basic for DOS)||Executable (ten-2.exe 31,704 bytes)|
|C++ Source Code (Borland C++
Console program - runs in DOS window)
|Executable (ten-3.exe 181,248 bytes)|
|Turing Source Code (WinOOT for Windows)||Executable (ten-4.exe 366,155 bytes)|
|APL Source Code (CAPLIB 2, APL for DOS, 1992)||No Executable (it is interpreted), but the interpreter is 351,490 bytes.|
(ten-6.htm 1081 bytes)
|Visual Basic 5.0 Source Code (Object-oriented; for Windows)||Executable (ten-7.exe 20,480 bytes)|
|Java 8 source code||Bytecode (Ten_8.class 867 bytes)
But it requires a Java Virtual Machine
|Bash shell script||interpreted|
|Other Programming Languages|
Brief Reference for Turing Commands