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is qbasic free?? and if so were can i get it?


is visual free, and were can i get it and a tutorial.

+ will they work with win98?

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QBASIC is indeed free and you can download it here.

Visual basic is not free (It is several hundred dollars, in fact).

Both will work with win98. I hope this answers your questions.

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QBASIC is indeed free and you can download it here.

Visual basic is not free (It is several hundred dollars, in fact).

Both will work with win98. I hope this answers your questions.

it did thank you!

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If you are somewhat open minded, try BCX. It is free and fairly mature. It was written by Kevin Diggins who migrated from VB to C/C++. It is a Basic to C translator that allows you to write C/C++ programs in a simple readable basic code. You can mix in C or ASM too. There are a number of free C compilers that will take the translated code. The helpfile that comes with BCX is great, and there are lots of code sample files. Learn a good solid basic and C to boot!

I am not selling you anything, the whole system is free!!!

visit: http://bcx.basicguru.com/

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PowerBasic has 2 windows compilers (and a DOS compiler).
The windows versions allow inline asm.

Very affordable and the best support.

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