Basic-256 is a historical programming language created in 2007. Basic-256 is a project to learn the basics of computer programming. The project started in 2007 inspired by the article “Why Johnny can't code” by David Brin. Its main focus is to provide a simple and comprehensive environment for middle/high school students to learn the basics of computer programming. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Basic-256 first appeared in 2007
- See also: basic
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Last updated October 20th, 2019