CellularBASIC is an interpreter for the BASIC programming language, designed especially to run as stand-alone application on mobile phones.
· CellularBASIC is a dialect of QBASIC 1.1, along with some special features
· Supports more than 90 keywords
· IEEE 64-floating point arithmetic, trigonometric, random
· String processing
· Boolean predicates
· Screen I/O
· File I/O
· Send SMS from program
· Network Programming - Socket I/O
· Graphics, line, point, RGB color
· Edit-Save-Load facilities
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Requirements:· MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
Supported operating systems:
Java ME, Java Nokia 240x320, Java SE 240x320
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Date: 4 Oct 12
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