Re: And a spin from teh left and a spin from teh right
Tom Whore (email@example.com)
Thu, 7 Jan 1999 15:32:18 -0800 (PST)
On Thu, 7 Jan 1999, Robert S. Thau wrote:
> Kragen Sitaker writes:
> > 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.
> There were two Basic interpreters available for early Apple ][s, of
> which the Microsoft version was considered the more advanced.
> (According to the Apple II history page at
> http://www.hypermall.com/History/ah03.html the more primitive one,
> Integer Basic, was written by Wozniak directly in machine language ---
> no assembler, raw hex).
More importantly , which one had the better tools from Beagle Bros? Thats
the real point of contention with apples basic.
(for a side derivation, apple pascal. grab an apple emulator, or the real
thing if you still have it, and remeber with me on this grand idea:)"