ASIC programming language is a programming language created in 1992. ASIC is a programming language, a BASIC dialect and shareware compiler for DOS systems. Written by Dave Visti of 80/20 Software, it achieved brief popularity in the 1990s as one of the few BASIC compilers legally available for download from BBSes. However, ASIC understood only a small subset of the BASIC language, with most versions having little or no support for logical operators, control structures, and floating-point arithmetic. Read more on Wikipedia...
- ASIC programming language ranks in the top 25% of languages
- the ASIC programming language wikipedia page
- ASIC programming language first appeared in 1992
- See also: microsoft-macro-assembler, basic, gw-basic
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REM 10 a=2 L10: A@ = 2 REM 20 b=a^10 2: Syntax error REM 30 PRINT b REM 30 PRINT b 3: Syntax error
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