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BASIC programs written for TI BASIC and [[Extended BASIC]] are not saved as a plain text.
BASIC programs written for TI BASIC and [[Extended BASIC]] are not stored in plain text in memory. Instead, the BASIC lines are ''tokenized''. For each command or special character or character sequence that has a meaning in BASIC there is a one-byte code, the ''token''.  


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Revision as of 18:56, 28 March 2015

BASIC programs written for TI BASIC and Extended BASIC are not stored in plain text in memory. Instead, the BASIC lines are tokenized. For each command or special character or character sequence that has a meaning in BASIC there is a one-byte code, the token.

TODO: continue