I found a bug in at least the BatLib parser hook, though I suspect this issue is not limited to just BatLib, and is instead an error found deep within the OS. (EDIT: Celtic III actually works fine so maybe not) So I was bored one day, and so I typed a colon on the homescreen and hit enter, which of course, generated the Done message. Then I made two colons, and did the same thing with the same results. I started just typing colons, when I thought of a much faster way to do it. I created this simple program:
A,1,100 Ans+": End
And just generated 100 colons, Rcled it to the Homescreen, removed the quotes, and ran it, which of course, produced the Done message. Then 200 colons. Then 500. And here, I noticed an interesting error. When I hit [2nd][Enter] to recall that entry of 500 colons, the calculator refused to do so. I then hit the up button which should have caused the calculator to highlight all of the colons. At this point, the calculator entered into a fatal situation that ended in a crash. I replicated it by just hitting clear later. The weird thing is, this only happens with the parser hook of BatLib installed. I just tested it with the Celtic III parser hook and it's fine. Xeda, any ideas?