GW-BASIC


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GW-BASIC

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An early version of MS-BASIC.
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GW-BASIC

(Gee Whiz-BASIC) A BASIC interpreter that accompanied MS-DOS in versions prior to 5.0. See QBasic.
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My first assignment was to write a customized critical care nursing education program (in GW-BASIC programming language) that would assist nurses in calculating hemodynamic profiles.
Specifically, why are the programs written in the comparatively crude style of old GW-BASIC, with its mandatory line numbers and reputation for encouraging "spaghetti code"?
Consentwriter is written in BASIC and comes with GW-BASIC 3,22.