Tiny BASIC definition language
A dialect of BASIC
developed by Dr. Wang [Wong?] in the late 1970s. Tiny BASIC was 2K bytes in size and was loaded from paper tape
. It ran on almost any Intel 8080
or Zilog Z80 microprocessor
for which the user could provide the necessary I/O driver software.
Tiny BASIC was distributed as [the first ever?] freeware
. The program listing contained the following phrases "All Wrongs reserved" and "CopyLeft
", he obviously wasn't interested in money.
See also Tiny Basic Interpreter Language