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Originally AMOS BASIC was a dialect of the BASIC programming language implemented on the Amiga, inspired by the Atari ST computer version STOS. AMOS BASIC was published by Europress Software and originally written by François Lionet with Constantin Sotiropoulos. It was a major successful product with many programmers learning to code on this platform in the early days of home computing.

On the 4th of April, 2019, AMOS2 was announced for free download. A system independent BASIC language using JavaScript as its interpreter.


To install the latest stable version of AMOS2, the package needs to be obtained from the developers website.

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