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Richard T. Russell is the creator of the BBC BASIC for Windows programming language, and the author of the Z80 and MS-DOS versions of BBC BASIC.

Mr. Russell also runs a Yahoo! support group for the language to which he regularly contributes tips, advice and comments on other users' code. He is also active in several Usenet newsgroups.


(This page created by Erik Siers; Mr. Russell doesn't seem to be interested in creating a user page, but there's some info I think is worth mentioning, especially in light of his recent surge in productivity.)