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WimpBasic competition - vote for the winner

Published: 22nd Apr 13:06:56 | Permalink | Printable

The WimpBasic website has launched a competition to find the best game and the best utility created with the WimpBasic programming language.

Programs have been submitted and, as of this weekend, anybody can download the programs or vote for the favourite via the website.

Voting closes on 18 May and winners shall be announced at the Wakefield Show on the 20th May 2001.

The winner in each category will win a copy of ProArtisan24 or Raphsody 4 from Clares Micro Supplies Ltd.

So get along to the website, get hold of some great programs and vote for your favourite!

WimpBasic - http://www.wimpbasic.com

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