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      /  â€‹SPEED TEST: Simons' BASIC vs. C128 BASIC vs. Vision BASIC
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MarcioD 
​SPEED TEST: Simons' BASIC vs. C128 BASIC vs. Vision BASIC
Posted on 19-May-2024 7:48:48
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Retro Old Guy has released a new video comparing Simons' BASIC with C128 BASIC and Vision BASIC:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJiK-EI7ed0​


There's a mismatch clearance sale over at the Vision BASIC website, where they're practically giving away a few copies of the product:

https://visionbasic.net/purchase/

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Re: ​SPEED TEST: Simons' BASIC vs. C128 BASIC vs. Vision BASIC
Posted on 21-May-2024 18:43:35
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@MarcioD

Interesting, I knew Simons Basic was fun it was full of GFX, Sound, HiRes and everything, but I didn't know it could beat a C128.

I didn't knew there where Compilers, cooperating with such Basic enhancements.

Simons' Basic could also work without a hardware module and there is a corrected version of Simons Basic called TSB ( Tuned Simons Basic ). This could be interesting for people interested in Retro computing:
https://www.c64-wiki.com/wiki/TSB

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