Updated: 04/26/2017 by Computer Hope
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PureBasic is a programming language that uses and extends the rules of BASIC. It is utilized to create highly portable programs for Microsoft Windows, Linux, and macOS. The first version of PureBasic was released in 1998 for AmigaOS. The Amiga version is no longer supported, but is open sourced.

PureBasic is sold as a commercial software package. It requires a one-time license fee that includes lifetime support for the product. The development tools include an IDE with a compiler, debugger, and profiler.

Hello, World! in PureBasic

MessageRequester("Message Box", "Hello World")

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