On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 1:05 AM Tom Wilson <wilso...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Yeah, I experienced the same thing. At the very least, the de-tokenizer
> needs to scan for quotes and set an "inQuote" flag when it hits a quote and
> export those as their ASCII value, not their token code. However, it would
> be really nice if we could get some sort of hex tokens, such as \xFF, so
> the files would be 8-bit safe and we could construct BASIC programs on the
> PC without having to hack in extended ASCII codes after the fact.
>
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It might be useful, but you wouldn't be able to load such a program back
into a Model T, at least without a well though out escape/quoting mechanism.

-- John.

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