Rocky Mountain BASIC is a programming language created in 1988. Rocky Mountain BASIC (also RMB or RM-BASIC) is a dialect of the BASIC programming language created by Hewlett-Packard. It was especially popular for control of automatic test equipment using GPIB. It has several features which are or were unusual in BASIC dialects, such as event-driven operation, extensive external I/O support, complex number support, and matrix manipulation functions. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the Rocky Mountain BASIC wikipedia page
- Rocky Mountain BASIC first appeared in 1988
- See also: basic, assembly-language, pascal, hp-time-shared-basic
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Last updated January 18th, 2020