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This article provides overviews of Purebasic, Realbasic, HBasic, Gambas, XBasic, KBasic, and Phoenix Object Basic.
If you want to rapidly develop BASIC programs for Linux, there are plenty of choices. I consider Gambas and HBasic to be the most complete and usable packages at the moment. If Realbasic finally releases a product that matches its promises it will be pretty well accepted by commercial software companies. Realbasic will make a fortune if it is the first to offer a VB-to-Linux code converter.
 read more | mail this link | score:7251 | -Ray, February 12, 2004
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