What is PureBasic?
It is a commercially distributed procedural computer programming language and integrated development environment based on BASIC and developed by Fantaisie Software for Windows 32/64-bit, Linux 32/64-bit, and macOS.
PureBasic is a tool in the Languages category of a tech stack.
Who uses PureBasic?
7 companies reportedly use PureBasic in their tech stacks, including Tanium, Reaktor, and DHIS2.
9 developers on StackShare have stated that they use PureBasic.
Git, Linux, Windows, macOS, and Visual Basic are some of the popular tools that integrate with PureBasic. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with PureBasic.
- Huge set of internal commands (1600+) to quickly and easily build applications or games
- Windows (x86 - x64), Linux (x86 - x64) and OS X (x86 - x64) support
- BASIC programming language based keywords
- Very fast BASIC compiler which creates highly optimized executables
- No external DLLs, runtime interpreter or anything else required when creating executables
- Procedure and structure support for advanced programming
- Full unicode support
- Built-in containers like array, list and map
- Strong types, strong syntax to avoid programming mistakes
- Namespace support for easy code reuse
- Access to full OS API for advanced programmers
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