THEOS is a programming language created in 1977. THEOS, which translates from Greek as "God", is an operating system which started out as OASIS, a microcomputer operating system for small computers that use the Z80 processor. Originally written in the late 1970s by Timothy S. Williams as a low-cost alternative to the more expensive mini- and mainframe- computers that were popular in the day, OASIS provided time-sharing multiuser facilities to allow several users to utilise the resources of one computer. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the THEOS wikipedia page
- THEOS first appeared in 1977
- See also: c, linux, unix, pick-operating-system
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Last updated February 18th, 2020