Using Apple's BASIC interpreter was always very different from using
TRS-80 BASIC or MBASIC for CP/M, HDOS, or the built-in BASIC for the
IBM PC -- all of which were very similar to one another.
Also, I know Apple had a BASIC interpreter before 1977.
Are you certain of your fact here?
> Operating System 7, and in 1992, Excel 4.0 became the first application to
> support AppleScript programming technology.
"programming technology"? Eww. Does that mean that I'm using chair
technology when I sit down, and Venetian blind technology when I close
(Sorry for the potshot. This "technology" buzzword thing is really
irritating my linguistic hemorrhoids.)
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