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Tiny Basic

Tiny BASIC is a dialect of the BASIC programming language. It was designed by Professors John R. Bell and Vic Odell of the University of Waterloo as an educational tool. Released in 1975, Tiny BASIC was intended to run on extremely limited systems, making it useful for students learning about computers when hardware resources were scarce. The simplified syntax made it easy for newcomers to learn programming concepts without being overwhelmed by complex commands or structures found in more advanced languages at that time.

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