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List of basic dialects
#1
Hi everyone
  • This is a list of basic dialects
  • Sharing what i have till now
  • Good source of knowledge
  • Most of this basic dialects already "died" or become abandonware
Updated list 30-06-2018. [Image: smile.png]

CTRL+F to locate basic dialects in pdf.


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#2
Awesome,

    It could take me 20 years to post them all to my website. Oh.... maybe not

 Too busy with NaaLaa
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#3
He, he. It reminds me about the time when I was trying everything I could find, including really obscure dialects. A couple more:

X11-Basic - http://x11-basic.sourceforge.net/
Blassic - http://blassic.net/
OxygenBasic - http://www.oxygenbasic.org/

And now, let's stick to NaaLaa. Wink
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#4
What ever happened to HotTea?

It was a nice little web-scripting interpreter that was written in JavaScript.
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#5
(06-26-2018, 08:30 AM)AlyssonR Wrote: What ever happened to HotTea?

It was a nice little web-scripting interpreter that was written in JavaScript.

Hi AlyssonR

Like so many basic dialects in this list it vanish in the past. I will add it to my list next version. It will be remembered. [Image: smile.png]
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#6
Hi everyone

Updated list 30-06-2018. Get it on first post. [Image: smile.png]
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#7
OK. It's possible that Marcus will kick me out for discussing another languages, but there is something I must write about - Yabasic is alive. Smile The last version has been released in May this year and you can even install it on the newest Ubuntu with simple "apt install yabasic". I don't remember this being possible with all previous Ubuntus I have used.

This brings memories. Yabasic was one of the first languages I've used in post-c64 era. And it was (technically) the main dialect to be discussed on basicprogramming.org - the forum many of us met for the first time on.
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#8
Hi Tommaz

Don't worry about Marcus. As far i can see he's an open minded guy. And you are just talking about another basic language inside this topic.
This topic is goal is a list of basic dialects for pure research and people can use it to bring new ideas to NaaLaa.

Well if Marcus doesn't like it i am the first to go. LOL [Image: smile.png]
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