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You can use CALL VERSION [CALL VERSION(X)::PRINT X] to determine the release version of XB, but I think what Ω means are the variants

 

The ones I have are:

 

TI XB

XB 2.7

Super XB

RXB

Cortex

 

There's also Myarc level IV, but that's all I can think of off the top of my head

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... but I think what Ω means are the variants

 

The ones I have are:

 

TI XB

XB 2.7

Super XB

RXB

Cortex

 

There's also Myarc level IV, but that's all I can think of off the top of my head

 

You're right PeBo, that is exactly what I meant. :thumbsup: I apologize to everyone for not being clear.

That's a good list I'll run with that... and anything else that's mentioned by the end of the day. The poll will be released tomorrow.

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XB3 from Winfried Winkler

GKXB (a very early extension for the GRAM Kracker--and used to some extent in a lot of the later XB variants)

 

You also have the SXB, TML, and XB256 extensions to XB.

 

And if you want to include the Geneve people, you have to include ABASIC. . .

 

Can anyone think of any others that we've missed so far?

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Extended Basic (Version 100)

Extended Basic (Version 110)

Gram Kracker Extended Basic (GRAM only)

Super Extended Basic (SXB) (Cartridge only)

Myarc XB 2 (RAM Disk/Memory Card version)

RXB Version 5.55 to 2015E (Cartridges and GRAM DEVICES)

XB 2.7 (Tony Knerr Version from 1.3 to to 2.7 Cartridge and GRAM)

XB 3 (Winfried Winkler Disk into Super GRAM device)

 

Oh RXB has XB/EA has ALL in one cartridge and switches back and forth with CALL XB or CALL EA, and CALL BASIC to go to BASIC from any prompt example:

Editor Assembler and file prompt type: BASIC or XB or EA

Or just in XB or BASIC type: OLD EA or OLD XB or OLD BASIC

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