Marti van Lin <ml2mst@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> Andrew Halliwell wrote:
>> Marti van Lin <ml2mst@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Despite GWBASIC was the most poplar one, that does not mean that it was
>>> the best on at that time. I seriously think that STOS-BASIC (on the
>>> Atari ST) deserves that title:
>> Not too sure... For the time, I think BBC BASIC or QL SuperBASIC had a good
>> claim for the top spot too.
> Thank you, I googled them up ;-)
> Indeed they both look very impressive. Unfortunately I have never had
> experience with Sinclair machines, other than a ZX emulator for MS-DOS.
Current speccy emulators are much more advanced.
Fuse is the best linux one.
There's also uqlx for the QL.
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