Jul 20, 2023

Small BASIC Interpreter written in C

tcbasic implements a small subset of BASIC known as Tiny BASIC with added support for floating point numbers and many of the built-in mathematical functions in Dartmouth BASIC. It supports basic I/O, flow control, subroutines, and debug tracing.

The small size of the language make it easy to learn and master while providing all of the building blocks needed to develop many interesting programs. tcbasic runs on a variety of platforms and aims to be as portable as possible.

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