BASIC-256 is an easy to use version of BASIC designed to teach anybody how to program. A built-in graphics mode lets them draw pictures on screen in minutes, and a set of easy-to-follow tutorials introduce programming concepts through fun exercises.
A Graphical Developement Environment based on a Basic Interpreter with object extensions.
A BASIC interpreter and compiler with graphics.
X11-Basic is a dialect of the BASIC programming language with graphics capability that integrates features like shell scripting, cgi-Programming and full graphical visualisation into the easy to learn basic language on modern computers.
SmallBASIC is a fast and easy to learn BASIC language interpreter ideal for everyday calculations, scripts and prototypes.
Agena is an interpreted procedural programming language.
Agena is a new easy-to-learn procedural programming language suited to be used in scientific, mathematical, scripting, networking, and many other applications. Binaries are available for Solaris, Windows, Linux, OS/2, Mac OS X, Raspberry Pi and DOS.
BASIC language and IDE for Education - Portable
BASIC-256 is an easy to use version of BASIC designed to teach anybody how to program. A built-in graphics mode lets them draw pictures on screen in minutes, and a set of easy-to-follow tutorials introduce programming concepts through fun exercises. This is the portable version of BASIC-256 to integrate into the Potable Apps menuing system.
BASIC language interpreter (multiplatform)
nuBASIC is an implementation of an interpreter of the BASIC programming language and IDE. It has been designed mainly for educational purposes and it is suitable for simple games, educational or small business programs.
ScriptBasic is a mature Basic interpreter that can be used for server side CGI scripting, utility programming or to develop GUI desktop applications. A multi-threaded HTTP Basic application server is available as well with session support.
JBasic is a traditional BASIC language intepreter written in Java for command line or embedded use. It supports conventional GW-BASIC style syntax, plus some modern extensions for supporting threads, JDBC, etc. JBasic can be run directly from a shell.
XST Basic v2 Windows Basic interpreter with C emitter.
This is the windows version of XST Basic. Basic interpreter with C emitter written mostly in C. This also uses the irrlicht 3d library to make it much more capable than the DOS XST Basic 1. Enjoy,
Brandy is an interpreter for BBC Basic
Brandy is an interpreter for BBC Basic (or Basic V) that runs under a variety of operating systems. Basic V is the version of Basic supplied with desktop computers running RISC OS. These were originally made by Acorn Computers.
an AIML chatbot engine with 3D avatars, maths parser, speech and dll
AIML chung is an AIML based standalone chat bot engine trial with dll , tts / espeak speech voices, synonyms substitutions, maths parser and 3D photorealistics openGL avatars written in compiled freebasic.Comes with GUI window and console examples, 3D world mode and a dll version to use with other programming languages like c++ or Liberty Basic , or to easily embed in your applications .Talk with your A.I. computer.
A development of David Daniels Brandy Basic
Napoleon Brandy is development of David Daniels Brandy basic, an interpreter for BBC Basic (or Basic V), This project can not claim ANSI C compliance as Brandy Basic did, but supports Graphics for the platforms implemented. OS currently supported are Win32 and DOS. Currently a preview release as it is functionally incomplete.
A simple BASIC interpreter written in C++
TBasic is an implementation of a minimalist BASIC (based on the Tiny Basic specification but with a few significant additions) in the C++ language. It was written for fun, as a project to create a functional language interpreter from scratch and to be potentially used as a lightweight scripting language (it can either be used as a classic command line BASIC interpreter or as a class that allows a C++ programs to load and run basic programs, register custom basic commands and interact with basic variables).
FAF-Basic Interpreter is a Basic Interpreter project written for Win32 or Linux. The Programmes can be interpreted in both systems.
Atom is a programmable, register-based virtual machine for Win32 computers. The AtomVM can be programmed using a high-level, neo-assembler language called Atom Assembler.
BASIC interpreter for the 16bit PIC microcontroller 24FJ64GA002. The interpreter runs on the chip only, no compiler/tokenizer is needed. Communication with PC is done by USB-to-serial converter cable.
A BASIC Language Interpreter for Embedded Apps
DaddyBASIC was developed in order to provide a means to provide my young boys with a pathway into embedded programming. As of this writing, DaddyBASIC runs on the STM32F103R device, and also can compile and run on a Linux target.
A dynamic and object-oriented programming language for developing extensions of modifiable applications. Features: OOP, flexible syntax, vectorial operations, dynamic linked lists, IDE, HTML generator, includeable DLL an so on.
Vilegust is a basic-like compiler/interpreter.
Vilegust - named for the codesmells that eventually come of such projects - is a basic-like interpreter/compiler project in vb.net that will eventually be self-compilable.
nbasic - bytecode compiler+vm for middle level programming language, like basic. nbs - small and fast C-coded object orientated basic (compiler+vm) for embeded applications. Purpose: scripting support for C/C++ project.
AntScript is a scripting API for DarkBasic that allows you to easily open files that are in a human-readable format. This speeds up development because you do not have to write editors.
Ruby Program for parsing code in (*.w2b) to CipherLab Blaze Basic. w2b command are smaller, intermix with real code from CipherLab Blaze Basic one line can have multiple command and macros command will include another *.w2b file
This is an interpreted programming language that is designed to teach young children the fundamentals of programming, hiding away from students the complex concepts of programming, such as parentheses, quotes, data types, arrays, while allowing them to understand the basic concepts of programming, and, move to a more advanced language. It also serves as an exapmle on how to create an interpreter with QBASIC. The interpreter is written in QBASIC, and is licensed under the GNU GPLv2. About the unixname: The "shortname" of the project was a typo, but it was too late when I actually realised it. Features that still need to be implemented: Boolean expressions (IF) (If I ever find a flexible way to implement them, because you can't parse user input to a boolean command in QBASIC, without using a dynamically changed BAS file, which is going to fail if using it compilled) The source code should be compiled with either QB64, QuickBASIC or freeBASIC (with the -lang qb switch enabled
JPNBF is best described as an extension on Urban Müller's Brainfuck Language which features output, input, addition, multiplication, devision, incremention, decremention, conditional looping and exponentation of cells (blocks of memory).