CEEMAC is a programming language created in 1980. CEEMAC is a programming language developed in the 1980s for the Apple II family of computers. It was authored by Brooke Boering and published by Vagabondo Enterprises,CEEMAC was designed to be a visual composition language in which the programmer designed dynamic "scores" by programatically controlling color, shape, sound and movement. Additionally, a programmer could then "perform" their score through use of the Apple II keyboard or paddle input devices to introduce additional variation.CEEMAC syntax loosely resembled a combination of BASIC and Pascal and include control commands such as GOTO, GOSUB, DO, AGAIN, FOR, SKIP, EXIT and loop control structures such as IF/WHILE and TIL/UNLESS. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the CEEMAC wikipedia page
- CEEMAC first appeared in 1980
- See also: basic, pascal
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Example code from Wikipedia:
SCORE: KT :FIRE ORGAN KEY T SPEED [0,0] : - BUT 0 0 CLEAR [0,0] XY1 = $80;$80 : MAIN LOOP F :FORGND SYMMETRY 0-3 VC = RND3 ORA 3 : SAVE FORGND ROTATION VD = ROTEZ :FORGND COLOR COLOR = NXTCOL
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