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What are all the BASIC languages?

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What are ALL the BASIC languages? These are the only ones I know of: LibertyBasic BlitzBasic YaBasic DarkBasic QBasic TrueBasic Visual Basic PureBasic Any other ones that arent in that list?

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Any particular reason? The only ones I have ever heard of are:

commodore BASIC
GW BASIC
Quick/QBASIC
Visual Basic
Dark BASIC
Blitz BASIC

I couldn't imagine why you want a list...

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j/w I am a java and basic fan... thats all xp

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There was a MBASICX variant for the CP/M that I grew up using. I believe Xerox extended it for their Z-80 setup.

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http://basic.mindteq.com/

is a good link (with short reviews) of many different recent BASIC compilers. (mostly for Windows and Linux)

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BBC BASIC > *
Well; maybe that's just my view - it's very complete, supports inline ASM, well documented, and FAST [grin]
Grab a BBC Micro emulator and give it a whirl!

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I don't know what the official name is, but calculator basic is slightly different than your other basics.

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Quote:
 Original post by CrimsonSunI don't know what the official name is, but calculator basic is slightly different than your other basics.

TI-BASIC?
It's fairly ghastly; but one cool feature is the ability to miss off " and ) for space saving; for example:
:Text(0,0,"Here is a sample program:"Load a string->Str0:Pxl-Test(10,21->P