Looking for the Datamanagement tool with a similar name? Try this XREF link instead.

The purpose of the SuperBASIC XREF package is to provide a three or four part analysis of any SuperBASIC program. The four parts are:

  • A complex listing of all the variables, procedures and functions used in the program, arranged in alphabetic order by item name.
  • An analysis list showing the use of system (built in) and extension (loaded during/after boot) procedures and functions.
  • A list of any suspicious names requiring further investigation by the programmer.
  • An optional call tree showing the call hierarchy of the program structure.

In use, a SuperBASIC program would be loaded, or typed, into memory and XREF executed to analyse it in situ. XREF was useful when used alongside CPORT and purchasers of the latter were entitled to a £10 discount on XREF when purchased together.

XREF was written by Chas Dillon and sold by Digital Precision Ltd.

Title: XREF
Language: Turbo compiled SuperBASIC
Author: Chas Dillon
Publisher: Digital Precision Ltd
Year of Publication: 1992
Platforms Suitable for: All Sinclair QLs.
Commercial Status: Unknown
Price in 1992: £Unknown
Reviewed: Unknown
Sources Available from: n/a
Latest Version available from: n/a

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