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Old 05 August 2011, 23:43   #23
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That is interesting, maybe you could make a few bounties for each stage towards completion, at least you should get paid for your efforts.

Amiga desperatly needs an AmosPro basic interpreter in C++, fully portable.

The best thing about Amos Pro is that it 'just works' out of the box even today, whilst every other language needs some messing about and as of today Amos Professional has NEVER CRASHED !

Now we have a windows version (emulated), Im sure even Universitied would be interested in it as teaching BASIC programming material -and we have loads of source code examples and games written.

We also have a html and PDF manual created by yours truely.

Your C++/Java versions would be portable, and most vital.

thanks so much for your efforts, keep up the great work !
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