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The RAD sector of the RISC OS market still needs to be filled. Gambas, a Unix-based Visual Basic clone is nearing it's 1.0 release. Although it uses QT and KDE by default, it's not written to support any perticular toolkit, it's just that's what the main author uses. It might be possible to do a native RISC OS version one. People with the time should get currying. :)

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