Jabaco

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Jabaco
Original author(s) Manuel Siekmann
Preview release
BETA 1.5.2 / 1 September 2009; 9 years ago (2009-09-01)[1]
Operating system Windows XP and higher
Platform x86
Type IDE
License Freeware
Website www.jabaco.org

Jabaco is a freeware programming language for Java Virtual Machine. It allows you to program using the syntax of Visual Basic 6, but also allows for the implementation of object-oriented programming.

Jabaco is in itself not a new language, but rather an implementation of the Visual Basic 6 syntax code for the Java virtual machine.

The Jabaco compiler is a Windows integrated development environment (IDE) and a code debugger. Jabaco takes BASIC syntax source code – Microsoft Visual Basic 6 style – and compiles it to Java bytecode executable by the Java Virtual Machine.

The update for Jabaco has not been done after BETA 1.5.2 was released. But Jabaco is an important useful programming environment yet because it works on Windows 7 and Java 8. If you are an experienced Visual Basic programmer, you can create a program which runs on JVM easily.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Download BASIC Compiler for the JVM". Retrieved 25 December 2015. 

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