FreeBASIC

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FreeBASIC is a free and open source BASIC computer programming language designed by Andre Victor in 2004. The language was originally designed to be a modern implementation of QuickBASIC, and can even compile most QuickBASIC programs, but it also has many new features and commands to help take advantage of modern computer architecture. The language can compile 32 or 64-bit programs for Windows, Linux, and FreeBSD as well as 32 or 16-bit programs for MS-DOS. FreeBASIC can also link to C and C++ libraries.

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