Mallard BASIC is a historical programming language created in 1985. Mallard BASIC is a BASIC interpreter for CP/M written by Locomotive Software and supplied with the Amstrad PCW range of small business computers, the ZX Spectrum +3 version of CP/M Plus, and the Acorn BBC Micro Z80 second Processor. In the 1980s, it was standard industry practice to bundle a BASIC interpreter with microcomputers, and the PCW followed this practice. While it was primarily a wordprocessor for business use, it was not a dedicated WP: it also ran the CP/M operating system. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Mallard BASIC first appeared in 1985
- See also: basic, cbasic, zbasic, x86-assembly, locomotive-basic
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Last updated October 14th, 2019