Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Interpretive Code - A high-level programming language invented at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire in 1964 to make computers more accessible to non-Computer -Science students. Often built in to the Read Only Memory of 1970s and 80's Microcomputers.
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Please note: 1. Tutorial texts change colour scheme when opened. 2. I would encourage you to type out the programs but, if you get stuck, the runnable examples are available on the downloads page.