All of the features of BASIC! are documented in the manual, De Re BASIC!,
which is currently over 200 pages in size.
The latest version of the manual is available on line at
It is also downloadable as a PDF or MS Word document at GitHub.
The install package includes almost three dozen BASIC! source code files
that explain and demonstrate the implementation details of this dialect.
There is also an online tutorial provided by contributor Nick Antonaccio at http://rfobasic.com
If you have questions, comments, enhancement requests or bug reports, the RFO BASIC! Forum at http://rfobasic.freeforums.org is the place to go.
BASIC! programs may be compiled into applications. There are two processes provided for this.
One process generates a home screen shortcut but requires BASIC! installed to run.
The other process generates a stand alone application that does not need BASIC! installed.
The resulting application can be offered on the Google Play Store.
Linux users can download
Both tools have a dedicated section in the BASIC! forum, you can find information and help here.
Forum user mougino has created a suite of tools: BASIC! Launcher,
920 Editor for Android, GW (GUI with Web) library... They are available at
Forum user RSA has made a graphical WYSIWYG designer called RFODESIGNER, available
Forum user Gikam has made another graphical designer called BUIGEN available
BASIC! is being continuously improved. New releases have come at an
average of one per week. Many of the improvements have come from user
requests. Join the BASIC! forum
and become part of the development team.
This project is a labor of love by the curator of The Dr. Richard Feynman Observatory and author of Atari Basic and Apple DOS 3.1: Mr Paul LAUGHTON.
It is free to all, now, and forever. The underlying source code is available under the terms of the GNU General Public License.