guestx: But you can implement structures via the ! operator, and you can write a memory manager in plain BBC Basic (Although it can't return memory to the OS once it has claimed it, you can 'free' it to be used elsewhere in your program.)
C has no "classes", yet GLib provides quite a nice class structure on top of it. It wouldn't be hard to do in BBC B, the point is, you wouldn't *want* to.
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