On Mon, 13 Oct 2003 10:40:05 -0400, Helen Scarth
Have you tried emulating MacOS on Windows? There are several programs
available. The only down side is that they all (all that I've seen,
anyway) emulate 68k Macs (that means old - can't run newer versions of
MacOS). You can write software on these emulators that *should* function
properly on modern Macs (I think - my newest Mac is 5-6 years old and
can't run newer versions of MacOS).
As for emulating Windows on a Mac, there *are* free (as in no money)
emulators floating around the internet, but I haven't tried them and am
not aware of how good they work.
This is a web site dedicated to Macintosh emulation - there is tons of
useful information here, and links to the major emulators:
The emulator that I use on Windows is Basilisk II, available here:
Once you have downloaded the program, go to this page and read the
Macintosh section (it's useful info that you'll need to know, much
abbreviated but good for getting started):
For a simple BASIC, go to this site and download Chipmunk Basic:
There are other languages available, and other versions of BASIC, if you
want to use something else.
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