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BASIC256 - Educational BASIC programming environment for children

BASIC256(1) BASIC256(1)

NAME

BASIC256 - Educational BASIC programming environment for children

SYNOPSIS

basic256
 

DESCRIPTION

basic256 is an easy to use version of BASIC designed to teach young children the basics of computer programming.
Features include:
- traditional control structures like gosub, for/next and goto
- built-in graphics and text mode
- set of detailed, easy-to-follow tutorials
- ... and more

WEBPAGE

The basic256 website and tutorials can be found at http://www.basic256.org/

AUTHOR

basic256 was written by Ian Larson <drblast@users.sourceforge.net>, Tony Dann <supertony007@googlemail.com>, Ferry Hendrikx <ferry.hendrikx@gmail.com> and Jim M. Reneau <renejm@users.sourceforge.net>.
 
This manual page was written by Ryan Kavanagh <ryanakca@kubuntu.org>, for the Debian and Ubuntu projects (but may be used by others).
August 13, 2010 Ryan Kavanagh