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Commodore BASIC

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empty
BitWise
tom
yacitus
JamieXML
jgeorge
liza
gnat
patricktaylor
doughellmann
jancona
paulsmith
MarkofCain
zeroaltitude
adamv
fogus
shawnr
xurizaemon
growe
drakkos
krisse2
zephyrfalcon
greyfade
af
bittercoder
streetcleaner
tlesher
bmaxwell
otherchirps
arowla
binarydud
pydanny
mwalling
cpharmston
empty - 6 years
BitWise - 5 years
tom - 6 years
yacitus - 4 years
JamieXML - 3 years
jgeorge - 37 years
liza - 7 years
gnat - 5 years
patricktaylor - 3 years
doughellmann - 8 years
jancona - 7 years
paulsmith - 36 years
MarkofCain - 35 years
zeroaltitude - 6 years
adamv - 35 years
fogus - 10 years
shawnr - 5 years
xurizaemon - 5 years
growe - 4 years
drakkos - 34 years
krisse2 - 2 years
zephyrfalcon - 8 years
greyfade - 8 years
af - 2 years
bittercoder - 32 years
streetcleaner - 3 years
tlesher - 5 years
bmaxwell - 32 years
otherchirps - 6 years
arowla - 4 years
binarydud - 3 years
pydanny - 1 years
mwalling - 4 years
cpharmston - 4 years
1977–1982
Used CBasic with the Commodore PET, then with the Vic-20 and Commodore 64.
1978–1983
First application was a little filing system for names and addresses that would save records to cassette, or floppy.
1978–1982
I used Commodore PETs at school and college to write all manner of non-sense.
1980–1983
Our high school got Commodore PET computers in 1980, just in time for my first computer programming class. (Previous grade 11 students sent card decks to the university.) I very quickly passed our teacher in knowledge and spent my class time helping others or in self-study. I had a summer job (I think in 1983) automating a salesperson aptitude test on a Commodore 64.
1981–1987
VIC-20 to C-64 to C-128
1981–1983
Only to repair the little brother's attempt at creating a video game on his VIC 20.
1981–1985
My first programming language on my first computer, the C=64. I still close my eyes and exhale blissfully remembering it.
1981–1983
1981–
1982–1989
1982–1988
Used it on a VIC-20. Wrote a word processor (with output to an IBM electronic typewriter) and an electronic BBS system for ham radio teletype use.
1982–
My dad came home with a VIC-20 one night and it was all over for me. Cassette tapes, yo!
1983–1988
I adored learning to program on the VIC and Commodore.
1983–1992
1983–1987
My dad bought the family a Commodore Vic 20, and then later a Commodore 128 and that's what I poked around on in the early days.
1983–
1983–
1984–
First programming language I ever started to use, way back when I was little.
1984–1987
Wrote a few progs for my old Commodore 64
1984–1988
Colour. Imagine that.
1985–1992
1985–1986
1985–1992
I learned this at the age of 4, out of a couple "cookbook-style" programming books. One was for the Vic-20 and the other was the Commodore-64 Programmer's Reference. It kept me very entertained.
1986–1987
1986–1988
Used it with my Commodore 64.
1986–
My cousin had a VIC-20 when I was a kid, used to borrow it in the holidays and write basic programs.
1986–
1986–1990
Got a C128 for Christmas in 1986. Spent about 40% of my free time playing Bard's Tale, Wasteland, Silent Service, and Red Storm Rising, and the other 60% trying to make clones of them.
1987–1992
1987
I had a Commodore 128 that I used in college for word processing and games. When I first got it I tried my hand at programming on it.
1987–1990
1987–1989
1991–1994
1996–1999
Trying to writer a Ghostbusters clone on my C64.

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