Dartmouth BASIC is a programming language created in 1964. Dartmouth BASIC is the original version of the BASIC programming language. It is so named because it was designed and implemented at Dartmouth College by John Kemény and Thomas Kurtz. It was developed as part of the Dartmouth Time Sharing System (DTSS) and was one of the first programming languages intended to be used interactively. Read more on Wikipedia...
- Dartmouth BASIC ranks in the top 25% of languages
- the Dartmouth BASIC wikipedia page
- Dartmouth BASIC first appeared in 1964
- See also: algol, basic, microsoft-basic, true-basic, act-iii, algol-60, ascii, hp-time-shared-basic, basic-plus, altair-basic
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Example code from Wikipedia:
5 LET S = 0 10 MAT INPUT V 20 LET N = NUM 30 IF N = 0 THEN 99 40 FOR I = 1 TO N 45 LET S = S + V(I) 50 NEXT I 60 PRINT S/N 70 GO TO 5 99 END
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