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TI BASIC

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TI-99/4A TI BASIC

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TI 99 running Machine code in stock TI Basic (emulated in this video)

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TI Basic - Wayda Invada

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TI-BASIC - Counting to 1,000 (TI-99/4A) (Classic99 Emulator)

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Loading BasicCode on a TI-99/4A

TI BASIC is a now discontinued ANSI-compliant implementation of the BASIC programming language interpreter for the Texas Instruments TI-99/4 Home Computer (1979), developed at Microsoft by Bob Wallace and Bob Greenberg. A version supporting compiled code was also used as a commercial development language for the TI-990 range of minicomputers.
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