Computer Programming Language
Mouse-79 was described in an article by Peter Grogono in Byte magazine
in July 1979 .
The Windows binary file was made from the C version, compiled under Windows XP using the
Borland C++ compiler. It should be run from a DOS window. To run a Mouse program, type
from the command line:
where <filename> is the file name of the Mouse program. If no file extension
is specified in the file name, an extension of .m79 is assumed.
- Grogono, Peter. "Mouse: A Language for Microcomputers",
Byte Magazine, July 1979, pp. 198 ff.
- Grogono, Peter. Mouse: A Language for Microcomputers. Petrocelli Books,
New York, 1983.
- Grogono, Peter.
The Mouse Programming Language
- Fuller, Sean.
The Great Mouse Programming Language Revival
- Hunt, Tom. Friends of the Mouse
- Bradley, Lee. Mouse, the Language
- Wikipedia article
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