HP Time-Shared BASIC is a historical programming language created in 1969. HP Time-Shared BASIC (HP TSB) is an interpreter software system that was sold by the Hewlett-Packard Company in the late 1960s and 1970s, based on their HP 2100 line of minicomputers. The system implements a dialect of the BASIC programming language and a rudimentary user account and program library system. The system is historically notable as the platform that released the first public versions of the game Star Trek. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- HP Time-Shared BASIC first appeared in 1969
- See also: dartmouth-basic, integer-basic, basic, punched-tape, c, rocky-mountain-basic
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Last updated October 14th, 2019