Integer BASIC


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Integer BASIC

Apple's version of BASIC for the Apple II that handled only fixed point numbers. Also called "Apple BASIC" and sometimes "Game BASIC" during its prevalence in the 1980s, many games were written in Integer BASIC because of its speed. See Applesoft BASIC.
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And Bricklin was able to borrow one of these new PCs over a weekend during which he wrote the original set of directions in Apple Integer Basic.
The original Apple II operating system was contained in ROM along with Integer BASIC. In fact, the original Apple II computer touted a Microsoft BASIC operating system.