Good old DOS included the versatile BASIC language. Very tedious for writing applications of course but was so useful for manipulating text on an ad-hoc basis. Is it still around?
Absolutely, if you want the old fashioned quick basic interpreter:click hereYou can get Microsoft VB free from microsoft as part of Visual Studio express as well.click here
is that visual basic??
Last time I used Basic was while I was doing computer studies CSE back in 1977
As I remember QBasic came with some older versions of windows it is available here click hereCheers HC
if you ever used BBC Basic on a BBC Micro there's a version for Windows available from RT Russellclick here
Gee Whiz!Do you remember that one?GW Basic!!geedad
That the GW was an oblique use of his initials by Bill (William) Gates!
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