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BBC Basic have been original created for BBS microcomputer.
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Graphics for BASIC.
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Implementations of BASIC running on top of the Java Virtual Machine.
A programming language for the Windows operating systems. Based on the classic BASIC programming language, but extended with structured programming facilities, also easy to use GUI commands.
Liberty BASIC is a programming language that is in the same category as other Basic programming languages. It is a language for making Windows programs. It's language is similar to that of QBasic/Quick Basic, which are DOS Basic languages. Liberty BASIC is possibly, if not, the easiest Windows Basic Language to use, yet, it still offers you advanced programming abilities. So if you have no knowledge of prior programming, then Liberty BASIC is likely the place you should start for leaning programming. NRI Schools use Liberty BASIC as their Intro to Programming. Liberty BASIC has been gaining in its popularity over the last few years, and has a cult following that spans the entire world. It is that cult following which makes the Liberty BASIC programming community one of the nicest and most helpful online communities to be involved with. A major portion of the users of Liberty BASIC have been involved with it for years, and probably will never leave.. Liberty BASIC offers all they will ever need. Liberty BASIC is also a small package. Everything you need is just around 2 megabytes in size.. Quite small compared to other well known Windows Basic's which are up to 50 megabytes or more in size. But yet, Liberty BASIC still affords much of the power and abilities as those big languages.] Liberty BASIC gives you freedom from confusion, hard learning curves, and programming language bloat.
PureBasic is a proprietary programming language developed by Frédéric Laboureur (Fantaisie Software, France) for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and AmigaOS. It produces small executables without any runtime libraries and is suitable for all kinds of software including 3D games.
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The first implementation of XBasic was developed in 1988 for the Motorola 88000 RISC CPU and UNIX. XBasic was also ported to SCO and ESIX UNIX. Finally, XBasic was ported to Linux in 1995.
Yabasic in a Nutshell

Yabasic implements the most common and simple elements of the basic language. It comes with goto/gosub, with various loops, with user defined subroutines and Libraries. Yabasic does monochrome line graphics and printing. Yabasic runs under Unix and Windows; it is small (around 200KB) and free.

Playstation-Basic

Yabasic for PlayStation 2, aka Playstation-Basic, is a variant of Yabasic which features as a free bonus program on the PlayStation 2 inbox demo disc in Europe and Australasia.

Playstation-Basic programs can be saved on memory cards for storage and swapping. This variant of Yabasic introduces colour and GUI-enhancements to the original language.
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