Amiga programming languages is a historical programming language created in 1989. This article deals with programming languages used in the Amiga line of computers, running the AmigaOS operating system and its derivatives AROS and MorphOS. It is a split of the main article Amiga software. See also related articles Amiga productivity software, Amiga music software, Amiga Internet and communications software and Amiga support and maintenance software for other information regarding software that runs on Amiga.. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Amiga programming languages first appeared in 1989
- See also: gfa-basic, blitzbasic, purebasic, aztec-c, free-pascal, forth, logo, oberon, perl, ruby, amiga-e, python, rebol, arexx, scheme, scm, modula-2, java, ml, metacomco, vrml, visual-basic
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Last updated October 14th, 2019