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If you are looking for PureBasic, you have come to the right place. We explain what PureBasic is and point you to the official download.

What is PureBasic?

PureBasic from Fantaisie Software is a portable programming language with support for both x86 and x64 architectures, as well as multiple operating systems. It is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux computing environments, and in fact has distinct versions for each of these operating systems. The essential functions and features, however, remain the same through all three.

PureBasic is known, first of all, for the simplicity and straightforwardness of its syntax, BASIC. It is also reputed by developers to be an excellent solution for those who need to create executable files that have been optimized extensively. It sports full Unicode support, boasts a speedy compiler, and precludes the need for runtime interpreters or outside-sourced DLLs when being used to generate an executable. Programmers are also given access to the complete API.

It supports two-dimensional games and can also support 3D via OGRE. It offers cross-platform-portable source code. The built in profiling utility can be used to inspect as well as trace code, and is supplemented by an internal debugger. It supports inline assembly, comes with a lifetime license model, and offers support for some other 3D environments for users who want to access 3D via an engine other than OGRE.

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File types supported by PureBasic

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About file types supported by PureBasic

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Last updated: : December 14, 2014