QBasic (QuickBASIC)

by Microsoft

Use to run quick basic program and software developed for your Windows10 desktop or tablet

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Microsoft

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QBasic (Microsoft QuickBASIC or abbreviated as QB) is a fairly simple and convenient integrated development environment and compiler developed in the second half of the 1980s by Microsoft's BASIC (Basic) programming language.

There are two varieties of BASIC dialect, for DOS and Mac OS. For its time, the programming language Basic was quite perfect: it supported several types of users, structural programming, supported graphic and disk operations, versions older than 2.0 work with a visual text editor.

There are several versions of the integrated QuickBASIC environment - QuickBASIC 4.5, QBasic, QBasic 7.1 PDS, QuickBASIC 1.0 RU and QB64. QBasic version is a shortened version of the final release of QuickBASIC 4.5 for MS-DOS older than version 5 and various versions of Windows (including 7.8.10 64-bit) in DOS emulation mode. The program is used as an interpreter of a simple programming language at the initial levels of education.

The basis of the truncated QBasic is the Intelligent Editor and the Compiler Type Interpreter. It pre-composes and compiles the program into the original pseudocode and then performs it. After debugging the created program, the user can create an executable .exe file using the real compiler and the environment compiler from QuickBASIC 4.5 or other more complete versions.

Programming on QBasic is easy and pleasant. The BASIC programming environment is perfect for simple calculation and teamwork. Programming environment is not suitable for creating multi-module programs (you can not load previously created modules), the program must be written from beginning to end.

- work in MS-DOS system;

- QuickBASIC 4.5 includes the linker and compiler needed to write programs from start to finish;

- The environment is ideal for learning the basics of programming;

- is suitable for writing small programs and simple calculations;

- there is a fully Russified version with Russian keyboard layout support;

- a certificate in Russian.

Jake
QBasic is a shortened version of the final version which acts as the communicator between simple programming language in entry-level education levels. Comes equipped with a linker and compiler to write programs from start-to-finish. This software works with MS-DOS systems, and also comes in a Russian version.
Ethan
QuickBasic for Windows, also known as QBasic, is a downloadable software program. It was released in July of 2017. QuickBasics main function is that it is used as an interpreter. It is used to run quick basic software applications and programs designed for your Windows operating system. The software program does take up much memory or space and a free version of the program is available.
Jack
It is one of the best interpreters of all programing languages, it is designed in a way that it can run in all operating systems.it also supports all built-in devices, it works together with all debuggers and code variation. The only disadvantage with this software is that it is limited to support some type of data and some types of numeric data.
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