List of BASIC dialects

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This is an alphabetical list of BASIC dialectsinterpreted and compiled variants of the BASIC programming language. Each dialects' platform(s) (i.e., the computer models and operating systems) are given in parentheses along with any other significant information.

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Dialects

0 - 9

  • 1771-DB BASIC - for Allen-Bradley PLC industrial controller BASIC module; Intel BASIC-52 extended with PLC-specific calls

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

  • Jabaco - a simple object-oriented programming language to build applications/applets on the Java Framework.
  • Just BASIC - a restricted "free" version of Liberty BASIC (Windows only)
  • JBasic - a "classic" implementation of BASIC written entirely in Java.

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

  • QBasic (DOS on the PC) — By Microsoft. Came with versions of MS-DOS from 5.0 to 6.22. Also included with DOS 7 (what Windows 95 runs on,) and available from the install CD of Windows 98.
  • QuickBASIC (DOS on the PC) — By Microsoft. Extended QBasic variant (to be more precise, QBasic is a reduced QuickBASIC) . Was the commercial version of Qbasic. Came with a compiler.
  • Quite BASIC Web based classic BASIC programming environment. No download or signup necessary. Introduced in 2006.

R

S

T

U

V

W

X

Y

Z

  • ZBasic - Visual Basic subset dialect for ZX microcontrollers with support for multitasking.
  • ZBasic (Zedcor Zbasic) was first released by Zedcor (Tucson, AZ) in mid 1985. Versions were made for Apple, DOS, Macintosh CP/M and TRS-80 computers. In 1991, 32 Bit Software Inc. (Dallas, TX) bought the DOS version and expanded it. Zedcor concentrated on the Apple Mac market and renamed it FutureBASIC. ZBasic was very fast, efficient and advanced, with BCD math precision up to 54 digits.

BASIC extensions

BASIC extensions (also known as BASIC toolkits) extend a particular basic.

(Platforms: APCW = Amstrad PCW; C64 = Commodore 64; C128 = Commodore 128; Spec+3 = ZX Spectrum +3; VIC-20 = Commodore VIC-20)

Related languages

See also

References

  1. ACE: A Compiler for Everyone
  2. "a BASIC compiler for the Atari 2600". batari Basic. 2007-02-14. http://bataribasic.com/. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  3. David A. Lien, The BASIC Handbook :Encyclopedia of the BASIC computer language, 2nd Edition, , Compusoft Publishing, 1981 ISBN 0-932760-05-8, pg. 435 ff

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