Simple BASIC IDE
BASIC-256 allows young children to learn to program. It was written in response to David Brin's article, "Why Johnny Can't Code," in which he bemoans the lack of a simple, line-oriented programming language for children that runs on modern computers. It features a byte-code compiler and interpreter, a debugger, easy to use graphical and text output, and an editor.
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