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You're welcome, pennycandy. At my primary school, in the late 80's, we had a computer that we got to play games on. I remember one with a moon buggy and one where a 'snake' at 'apples' and got longer and longer. That computer used floppy disks. But at home we had an old computer that used cassette tapes instead of floppy disks, and we couldn't do much with it, so I started readying through the manual, trying to figure out 'BASIC' for myself. I wasn't doing too bad, considering my age, but I got frustrated when I spent ages typing it all out and it failed to work.
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OMG! Until HTML, BASIC was the only "code" I knew how to write. Fond memories of typing in a whole program in BASIC and hoping it would RUN. I took a class at the local college when I was in 6th grade, but by the time I got into high school, where computers actually started to be used, BASIC was gone. Thank you for the memories!
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