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The linux version is available at [http://www.reallyquick.co.uk/specbas/ ^Pete's SpecBAS-Linux home].
 
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Some demo programs are available https://sites.google.com/site/pauldunn/demos.zip

Revision as of 12:52, 15 November 2011

About SpecBAS

SpecBAS is an improved implementation of Sinclair BASIC for x86 PCs running Windows or Linux operating systems. SpecBAS is a 32bit application.

SpecBAS is an interpreter for a dialect of BASIC, based on Dartmouth BASIC, as was the original Sinclair BASIC. SpecBAS adds many new commands and functions such as procedures, math functions and sound using samples and music .mod files. Although not as fast as compiled languages, it is very quick.

These pages document the language and also cover some "tricks and tips" style pages.

SpecBAS is available As a single .zip file

The linux version is available at ^Pete's SpecBAS-Linux home.

Some demo programs are available https://sites.google.com/site/pauldunn/demos.zip