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IBM System/36 BASIC

Alphascript Publishing (31-07-2010 )

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. IBM System/36 BASIC was an interpreter for the IBM System/36 midrange computer. System/36 BASIC was first offered in 1983, and as such, contained many of the trappings that a BASIC program would have encountered in the time period of the IBM PC, the Commodore 64, the VIC-20, the TRS-80, or many other offerings of the Seventies and early Eighties. As such, S/36 BASIC uses conventions that are no longer standard in modern BASICs, such as line numbers, and does not support newer features such as WHILE/WEND, DO/ENDDO, WITH/END WITH, procedures, properties, and so forth. BASIC interpreters written in the Seventies tended to "do odd things odd ways". For example, on the Apple II, a programmer could embed a command into a program via PRINT, when prefaced by the character string CHR$(4). PEEK and POKE could be used in various BASICs to examine memory content or change it, or even to create an ad hoc machine language program and then run it. System/36 BASIC tends to stay away from these odd conventions; however, the programmer could call for the Alarm (a buzzing sound made by the terminal) via PRINT CHR$(7).
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Alphascript Publishing
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Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, John McBrewster
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Systèmes d'exploitation, Interfaces d'utilisateurs
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BASIC, Commodore, Programmer, Interpreter, System, IBM

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