Apple Integer BASIC
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Apple Integer BASIC


The Apple Integer BASIC is a BASIC interpreter developed by Steve Wozniak in 1976 especially for Apple I and Apple II computers. Originally software was available on cassette for the Apple I later was included in ROM on the Apple II. Integer BASIC was the first version of BASIC used on personal computers.

The language was initially developed under the name GAME BASIC and referred to simply as Apple BASIC when it was introduced on the Apple I. It became Integer BASIC when it was ported to the Apple II and shipped alongside Applesoft BASIC, a port of Microsoft BASIC that included floating-point support. Integer BASIC was phased out in favor of Applesoft BASIC starting with the Apple II Plus in 1979.

Today Apple Integer BASIC is 45 years old!

Apple Integer BASIC – General information

Overview

Introduced11 April 1976
DiscontinuedUnknown
System RequirementsApple I
Apple II
DistributionCassette
Included in ROM

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