QuickBASIC


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QuickBASIC

A popular BASIC compiler from Microsoft that adds advanced features to the BASIC language.
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Para conocer el patron de distribucion de nuestra poblacion celular se utilizo la aplicacion informatica, Spattial Patterns 2.3.2, un programa BASIC escrito usando Microsoft QuickBasic compilado para Apple Macintosh (Fernandez, 1996).
These tests were performed under computer CPU control by a program written in QUICKBASIC to interact with the DSO through a GPIB interface.
The data collection program was created using QuickBASIC 4.5.
The activation and presentation of the press-plates and recording of responses were automated with a computerized system that was programmed in Quickbasic and located on the other side of the partition from the testing area.
The DRL program, along with the controls for all the electrical equipment, was written into a BASIC program (QuickBasic, Microsoft, Redmond, WA).
The mentation-generating program was written in QuickBasic v1, and ran on an ACER Extensa 503T laptop running under Windows 98.
and Hills, L.S.: 1991, BRUTE3 and SELECT: Quickbasic 4 programs for determination of stress tensor configuration and separation of heterogeneous populations of fault-slip data, Computers & Geosciences, 17, 1, 23-43.
It includes a full screen text editor, an integrated compiler with easy to use debugging features, an integrated communications program to download and test programs and sample programs in QuickBasic to write supervisory programs.
ASTRA.BAS: A program in QuickBasic 4.5 for exploring rose diagrams, circular histograms, and some alternatives.
Approximately half of the psychometric tests were presented on Macintosh computers and were programmed in Microsoft QuickBasic. The remaining tests (denoted by an asterisk in the passages that follow) were administered in paper-and-pencil format.