ZBasic is a historical programming language created in 1980. ZBasic is a compiler which was first released by Simutek (Tucson, Arizona) in 1980. The combined efforts of Andrew Gariepy, Scott Terry, David Overton, Greg Branche, and Halbert Laing led to versions for MS-DOS, Apple II, Macintosh, CP/M, and TRS-80 computers. ZBasic is a very fast, efficient and quite advanced BASIC compiler with an integrated development environment. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- ZBasic first appeared in 1980
- See also: basic, futurebasic, visual-basic
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Last updated October 14th, 2019