BBC BASIC

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BBC BASIC was originally developed by Roger Wilson for the BBC Microcomputer in 1981. Since then it has been ported to several CPUs and a large number of platforms.

Platforms and versions

6502

  • BASIC I, BBC Micro
  • BASIC II, BBC Micro, Acorn Electron, BBC B+
  • BASIC III, 6502 external second processor
  • BASIC IV, BBC Master series
  • BASIC 5, BBC or Master with 6502 second processor
  • BAS128, BBC Master series
  • Commodore 64

65816

  • BASIC IV, ReCo6502

6809

Being developed.

Z80

  • Text-only CP/M
  • Torch CP/N
  • Acorn CP/M Z80 Tube
  • Acorn BBC Z80 Tube
  • Amstrad CPC
  • Amstrad NC series
  • Einstein
  • RML480Z
  • Sinclair Z88
  • Sinclair ZX Spectrum
  • Texas Instruments TI-83, TI-84
  • Tiki
  • Wren

80x86

  • RMNimbus
  • PC/DOS
  • Master 512
  • Victor Sirius
  • PC/Windows
  • Linux i86
  • Android i86

PDP-11

  • BASIC IV, PDP Tube or Unix

68000

  • Apple Macintosh
  • Commodore Amiga
  • Atari ST

32000

  • BASIC IV, 32016 Second Processor

ARM

  • BASIC V, ARM Evaluation System
  • BASIC V, ARM Development Kit
  • BASIC V, ARM Springboard
  • BASIC V, Arthur and RISC OS
  • BASIC VI, Arthur and RISC OS

Portable C

  • Brandy Basic

See also

External links