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Talk:Execute Brain****/BASIC/QuickBasic

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My name's segin <[email protected]> and I wrote a Brainfuck interpeter in C, then rewrote it in FreeBASIC (it's almost exactly the same). It includes one extensions, a '0' instruction which zeros out the memory at the current cell. The current implementation is not Turing complete, however, but it's fast.

WARNING!!! It uses a lot of pointer arthimetic and is not secure, i.e. "<+" is all the code needed to overflow since there's no bounds checking.

If you have another BF interpreter for a BASIC language, I'm not sure how we should do it. This one should maybe move to RCBF/QuickBASIC? We need a little discussion on this. --Mwn3d 12:13, 4 April 2008 (MDT)
Works for me. The BASIC/QBASIC/QuickBASIC/FreeBASIC/AppleSoft BASIC/etc. ambiguity of the basic nature of the BASIC examples on RC give me a headache. Basically, I'd like to see some basic separation and distinction. --Short Circuit 20:24, 10 April 2008 (MDT)