Strange BASIC: DBASIC for the Atari ST
An interactive 68000 BASIC
In 1987 a strange BASIC appeared for the Atari ST: DBASIC from DTACK Grounded.
DTACK Grounded was originally a newsletter (I can appreciate that) about the 68000 CPU. DTACK apparently stands for Data Transfer Acknowledge and is a pin on the 68000 that tells it data is ready to be read from memory.
In the newsletter, a language called Halgol was discussed …
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