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Superbasic

SuperBASIC is a structured, high-level programming language designed for the Sinclair QL home computer. The language is an evolution of the traditional BASIC dialect and was developed primarily by Jan Jones in the early 1980s to take advantage of the QL's capabilities. SuperBASIC has many features not found in typical BASIC implementations, including user-defined structures (UDTs), procedures, and functions that can accept multiple parameters with keywords for clarity. It incorporates file handling commands to support disk-based operations on the QL's microdrive and diskette storage systems. This extended functionality made SuperBASIC a great tool for developers on its original platform but also limits it to a niche market due to its association with a relatively obscure system like the Sinclair QL.

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