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HBasic

HBasic is an integrated development environment used to create, execute and debug programs with a Basic language. HBasic has object oriented features either in combination with precompiled C++ components (shared libraries) or class definitions (HBasic sourcecode). This also includes a version of inheritance.

Hbasic is a mature Basic implementation for the Linux operating system. HBasic is released under the GNU General Public Licence.

HBASIC is also the name for a BASIC interpreter created specifically for use with the Hercules Graphics Card.

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  • HBasic Development project page
  • Another Basic Development project page
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