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Turbo-basic Xl

Turbo-Basic XL is a programming language for the Atari 8-bit family of microcomputers developed by W. A. Spracklin in the 1980s. It enhances the capabilities of standard Atari BASIC, offering improved graphics, sound functions and memory manipulation commands. The language allows for faster program execution than its predecessor while remaining compatible with existing BASIC systems on those computers. Turbo-Basic XL was often used to create games and demos that took full advantage of the hardware capabilities of Atari computers without needing more complex assembly language programming.

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