From Rosetta Code
This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
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Listed below are all of the tasks on Rosetta Code which have been solved using FBSL.

"FBSL" stands for “Freestyle BASIC Script Language”. FBSL is an embeddable, multi-syntax, all-in-one high-level language. Its interpretative layer is a vastly extended superset of traditional BASIC that targets seamless integration of FBSL applications with Windows API and third-party dynamic link libraries. Its integrated Dynamic Assembler and Dynamic C JIT compiler layers enable the user to interleave BASIC code with Intel-style assembly and ANSI C, respectively. Like many modern scripting languages, it contains flavors of Visual BASIC, QBasic, C, Pascal and PHP, hence the “Freestyle”. It is especially designed for 32-bit Win32 platforms and can run on Windows 95 SR2 through Windows 8.1. It is also compatible with, and completely functional under, Linux Wine, Mac OS X Wine, and ReactOS.