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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

uBasic - a really tine BASIC interpreter


uBasic is pretty cool; type your old BASIC program in the use-ubasic.c file and compile using make. ./use-ubasic and watch your program work.


Sy Haber said...

There is an existing ver. of BASIC named UBASIC! It is freeware, written for mathematicians, and its default number type is fixpoint complex with up to about 2,500 digits. I find it very valuable, despite its being a DOS program that can't use some of its instructions under the Windows XP "command line". I'd love to have a compiler for it but I don't think one exists.