HISoft BASIC Software & Manual
Special Limited Edition for Amiga computers. Manual has 350 A5 pages
HiSoft Systems was a software company based in the UK, creators of a range of programming tools for microcomputers in 1980s and 1990s. Their first products were Pascal and Assembler implementations for the NASCOM 1 and 2 kit-based computers, followed by Pascal and C for ZX Spectrum computers, as well as a BASIC compiler for this platform and a C compiler for CP/M.
Also known as HiSoft BASIC Compiler
Year of release 1986
Publisher HiSoft (UK)
Re-released by Zeljko Juric (Bosnia)
Author(s) Cameron Hayne, Andrew Pennell
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