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BBC BASIC for Windows

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BBC BASIC for Windows is an implementation of BBC BASIC. Other implementations of BBC BASIC.

BBC BASIC for Windows is an implementation of BBC BASIC for 32-bit Windows, created by Richard T. Russell. It has a number of enhancements compared with earlier implementations of BBC BASIC, including:

  • data structures
  • PRIVATE variables
  • long (65535 character) strings
  • NUL-terminated strings
  • event interrupts
  • an 'address of' operator
  • byte (unsigned 8-bit) variables
  • a line-continuation character
  • indirect procedure and function calls
  • improved numeric accuracy (64-bit floats)

Details can be found at the official web site.