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They are trying AGAIN to sell Commodore 64 computers.


The last time somebody tried that the person died and then that was it.


What they should instead try is making a Commodore 64 editor-compiler with which to code (make) Commodore 64 programs that can be compiled to run on Windows by themselves without any runtimes files, which will make software programs that will look and sound exactly as if they were run on a Commodore 64 computer and I am not talking about an emulator, emulators there are some already, of course, you could not make anything using joysticks only keyboard and mouse driven programs.


Part of the Commodore 64 Basic is alive on software such as QB64, but not exactly in the same way, but GW Basic is said to run on the QB64 compiler and also QBasic and maybe GW Basic is a little similar to Commodore 64 Basic, but only some, much of what was done on the Commodore 64 can only be done on a Commodore 64.

It is time to learn some GW Basic and maybe also some QBasic and perhaps even some Visual Basic.

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