Microsoft BASIC

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Microsoft BASIC is a BASIC - interpreter , who in 1976 for the KIM-1 was developed computers. Further versions have also been created for other 6502 , 6800 and 6809- based systems. The programming language was the first product that Microsoft launched on the market. It was developed from Altair BASIC .

Microsoft BASIC became a lucrative licensing model in which producers bought the BASIC from Microsoft for their computers and delivered it in the ROM of the computer. This system of distribution for BASIC was particularly successful in the 1970s and 1980s.

Follow-up products of Microsoft BASIC

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Individual evidence

  1. Bill Gates' Personal Easter Eggs in 8 Bit BASIC., accessed March 4, 2014 .