Category:Run BASIC

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This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.

Listed below are all of the tasks on Rosetta Code which have been solved using Run BASIC.
Run BASIC is an implementation of Liberty BASIC. Other implementations of Liberty BASIC.

Run BASIC is a web application server, based on Liberty BASIC (and made by the same company, Shoptalk Systems).

Run BASIC serves a similar purpose to other languages like ASP, Perl, and PHP; unlike those languages, however, it is not an add-on module to web servers, instead including its own HTTP server. Web pages are generated dynamically by the program. High-level commands automatically generate HTML, colors, fonts, backgrounds, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). If needed, JavaScript can also be injected into a page. Graphics can be drawn and rendered via code. Files can be fetched from other web sites using GET and POST, and a built-in XML parser can be used to extract data.

Database capability is included via the SQLite database engine.

See also


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Pages in category "Run BASIC"

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