Tymshare SuperBasic is a historical programming language created in 1968. Tymshare, Inc. was a time-sharing service and third-party hardware maintenance company competing with companies such as Four-Phase Systems, CompuServe, and Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC, Digital). Tymshare developed or acquired innovative technologies, including data networking (Tymnet), electronic data interchange (EDI), credit card and payment processing (Transaction Tracking System, Western29), telecommunications provisioning (COEES), office automation (August, Augment) and database technology (Magnum). Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Tymshare SuperBasic first appeared in 1968
- See also: sparc, solaris, basic
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Last updated October 14th, 2019