Qbasic


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Qbasic

(language)
Quick basic.

A version of BASIC from Microsoft, later known as MS-BASIC.

QBasic

An earlier BASIC interpreter from Microsoft that came with DOS starting with DOS 5. It superseded Microsoft's GW-BASIC and included REMLINE.BAS, a program that helped convert GW-BASIC programs to QBasic.
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For QBASIC hit Alt, F, O, and type the name of your program.
However, if you are running either Windows 95 (CD Version) or Windows 98, you're still in luck because you already own QBasic although it may not be in your computer yet.
If you didn't keep your old version of QBasic when you upgraded computers, there is still some salvation.
For those who want to experience what BASIC can be, there is QBasic, a slightly modified interpreter version of Microsoft's QuickBASIC compiler.
Often you can simply type QBASIC at the MS-DOS prompt and hit the RETURN or ENTER key.
If you have Windows XP or are having trouble finding QBASIC on your computer, visit www.
Often you can simply type QBASIC at the MSDOS prompt and hit the RETURN or ENTER key.
To run the program when it is in the editor, type RUN for , BASICA or GWBASIC; hit F5 if you have QBASIC.
For M QBASIC hit Alt, F, 0, and type the name of your program.
To run the program without quitting the editor, type RUN for BASICA or GQBASIC; hit F5 if you have QBASIC
Often, you can simply type QBASIC at the MS-DOS prompt and hit the RETURN or ENTER key.
To run the program when it is in the editor, type RUN for BASICA or GWBASIC; hit F5 if you have QBASIC.