basix – A BASIC interpreter written in TeX
An interpreter for the BASIC language is developed entirely in TeX. The interpreter presents techniques of scanning and parsing that are useful in many contexts where data are to be formatted by TeX, but contain no formatting directives.
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|Copyright||1990 Andrew Marc Greene
code that serves as examples of TeX programming
execute ‘other types’ of language
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