TI99: Is the following true?

From: Steve Robertson <steverob_at_hotoffice.com>
Date: Wed Nov 17 08:15:34 1999

> So anywho, Qbasic was the MS answer to C-basic which was a semi compiled
> non line number dependent basic. Qbasic is not fully compiled to native
> machine assembly language. I know this as I still maintain a PC app
> written in Qbasic (as recently as last week)! Qbasic also tried to copy
> the Borland "IDE" <Integrated Development Environment> used the Turbo<insert
> language here> they had for z80 and later PCs, in that you could edit, run
> interpretively and then compile the working result.

IMHO, an outstanding piece of software. I still use it when I need a quick and dirty solution.

Steve Robertson <steverob_at_hotoffice.com>
Received on Wed Nov 17 1999 - 08:15:34 GMT

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