Beta BASIC is a historical programming language created in 1983. Beta BASIC is a BASIC interpreter for the Sinclair Research ZX Spectrum microcomputer, written by Dr Andy Wright in 1983 and sold by his one-man software house BetaSoft. BetaSoft also produced a regular newsletter/magazine, BetaNews. Originally it started as a BASIC toolkit but over time it grew into a full replacement.. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Beta BASIC first appeared in 1983
- See also: sinclair-basic, bbc-basic, sam-coupe
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Last updated October 20th, 2019