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Microsoft no longer supports QuickBasic for the Mac which doesn't run under system 7+. Is there an equivalent substitute or work-around? We have many files which we would like to port to a more up-to-date basic. (p.s. chipmunk requires line numbers which QB doesn't use)
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FutureBasic. http://www.stazsoftware.com/fbinfo.html
Comes with a QB converter.
There is also VIP Basic but I would stay away from that.
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