An advanced implementation of British Broadcasting Corporation's BASIC language
BBC BASIC is the programming language originally specified and adopted by the British Broadcasting Corporation for its groundbreaking Computer Literacy Project of the early 1980s.

It was designed to be simple enough to be used by a complete beginner yet powerful enough to cope with the demands of the very largest and most complex programs, and that remains true today. During the intervening years BBC BASIC has been extended and ported onto at least seven different CPUs and more than thirty different platforms.

BBC BASIC for Windows is an advanced version of BBC BASIC which is fully integrated into the Microsoft Windows operating environment, providing the programmer with a familiar language but with an up-to-date user interface. It combines the simplicity of BASIC with the sophistication of a modern structured language, allowing you to write utilities and games, use sound and graphics, perform calculations and create complete Windows applications.

Give BBC BASIC a try to see just how useful it can be for you!

last updated on:
January 7th, 2014, 13:34 GMT
file size:
3.4 MB
developed by:
Richard Russell
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operating system(s):
Windows All
C: \ Programming \ Coding languages / Compilers

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BBC BASIC - This is the main window of BBC BASIC that allows you to access all the features of the application.BBC BASIC - All the editing commands you'll need to operate BBC BASIC are available via this menu.BBC BASIC - BBC BASIC comes with several utilities that you can access and use from this menu of the application.BBC BASICBBC BASICBBC BASIC
What's New in version 5.92a
  • Compiled executables can be compressed, signed and have resources incorporated; keyboard accelerators are supported; the F-format digit limit can be overridden; add-in utilities are included; bugs fixed.
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