This is a throwback challenge. You will choose an old computer system and an old language created for that system.
Pick an old computer system that was made before the year 2000. In a programming language that was created to run on that system, print said system's logo.
Example systems, their languages, and their logos:
- Atari ST - GFA BASIC - Atari logo
- Apple ][ - Applesoft BASIC - Full logo or Apple only
- IBM PC - IBM
COMMAND.COMor BASIC-80 - IBM logo
- You may not download the logo/icon from the internet or read it from the filesystem.
- You must use graphics to print the logo - no ASCII art.
- The icon's size must be at least 20 pixels by 20 pixels.
- Your program will not take any input and will clear the screen, print the logo, and exit normally.
- If the logo includes colors, your program must print the logo in the same colors, unless your system does not have a color display.
- The computer must not shut down.
- Your system must have a logo.
- If the logo includes text (e.g. the
Apple ][in the Apple logo), you only need to print the image part (e.g. the actual colored Apple).
As with code-golf, the submission with the least bytes wins!