Tiny BASIC tokenized file
Tiny BASIC was a mid-1970s simplified version of BASIC designed to run on very little memory on such simple machines as the KIM-1. The Dr. Dobb's Journal magazine was initially launched to discuss this language, though its scope soon expanded to other programming topics, and it survives as a web-based publication to this day. Tiny BASIC interpretation made use of an intermediate language of a level in between BASIC and machine language.
- Aamber Pegasus JSMESS emulation (used variety of Tiny BASIC)