I created a thread about this in Linux Forums.
Maybe some of you can answer it.
If possible, can any of you greatly expand on what I'm trying to figure out?
I mean, what would stop me from moving a TI-Basic program to something such as wxbasic?
Here is pretty much what I asked:
My first programming language was QBasic, but I haven't touched it since the 90s. However, I've noticed that some people are still programming in a type of BASIC called TI-Basic. What I've been wondering, and I haven't found a lot of information on Google, is how TI-Basic is different from the other BASIC programming languages.
I'm very interested in exporting TI-Basic programs to a computer with BASIC or GWBasic in order to execute and use them. However, I don't know how possible that is. I keep reading there are slight differences, but I'm not fully aware of all those differences.
I was hoping one or some of you might know those differences.
Also, do any of you know how possible it would be to import a TI-Basic program into something such as wxbasic?