Writing software for the Philips P2000T typically involved programming in assembly language or using higher-level languages like BASIC, which were well-supported on the platform. Developers would first familiarize themselves with the computer’s hardware specifications, including its memory layout, input/output ports, and graphics capabilities. They would then use appropriate development tools, such as assemblers and compilers, to write and debug their code.

icon-code Z88dk compiler

A guide how to program for the P2000T using C and cross-compile such programs on a modern PC and deploy these on your P2000T.

icon-code Emulator

A brief explainer on how to run P2000T software on a modern machine using emulators.

icon-code IDE

An integrated desktop environment to quickly program in assembly, compile it and execute it in a P2000T emulator.