Programming in BASIC

P.A. Brooks-Johnson P.A.Brooks-Johnson at newcastle.ac.uk
Fri Jun 26 05:00:55 EST 1992

In article <1992Jun25.162802.21918 at news.iastate.edu>, dangold1 at iastate.edu (Daniel M Goldman) writes:
>I am interested in exchanging programs and information regarding the BASIC >programming language(s).  This includes programs, routines, tricks and traps, >information on versions (GW, Quick, True, Instrument, Visual, etc.) and new >uses, such as laboratory instrument control.  If there is no existing forum for >such discussions already, perhaps we could use a BASIC newsgroup.  Any thoughts >would be appreciated.

Yeah, I think it's a great idea. Us BASIC programmers have got to stick together these days to fend off the advance of more trendy languages! (and OOP)
I'd certainly be one subscriber and could probably name at least 10 others here at Newcastle.

      Peter  (P.A.Brooks-Johnson at uk.ac.newcastle)

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