BScript is a (yet another) BASIC interpreter
BScript is a (yet another) BASIC interpreter. It is free software and open-sourced, licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or later. You can use BScript to teach BASIC to your students, write understandable shell scripts (good bye, spaghetti code!), automate simple tasks, or even write a game!
The following BASIC code will be executed by BScript without problem:
print "Hello, world!"
Here are some key features of "BScript":
portable and fast
no need for line number
many run-time functions, from MID$ to RND
Download BScript 0.3
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