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Old 01-22-2004, 04:13 PM   #1
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BASIC for linux?

I know BASIC is an outdated programming language, but is there any Linux version of it? Or something comparable to it at least?
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A little fast googling revealed this:
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Here is a list of BASIC's for Windows, Linux, or both:

If your searching for a BASIC that will allow you to program GUI applications, try HBASIC:
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also try GAMBAS. The best Visual Basic sim.


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