Academic Press Incorporated,U.S., Jan 1, 1982 - BASIC (Computer program language) - 475 pages
Introduction to computers and programming; Introduction to basic; The system commands and their uses; Read, data, go to, if, and input statements; The for-next loop, if-then-else, and while loop; Strings and library functions; The multiple assignment and on-go to statements: subscripted variables; Subscripted string variables, subroutines, and user-defined functions; Programming applications and substrings; Double subscripted variables and matrices; Print using and files.
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INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING
INTRODUCTION TO BASIC
THE SYSTEM COMMANDS AND THEIR USES
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20 DATA 20 READ 30 PRINT 70 END Figure account number APPLE assignment statement BASIC-PLUS BASIC-PLUS-2 BREAK key calculates the product called characters comma computer prints condition counter DATA statement DELETE deposit digits dimensioned dot product elements equal erase example execute line followed FOR-NEXT loop FREQ GO SUB INPUT statement instruct the computer line 20 line number line of results loop is executed MAT PRINT matrix multiplication obtain previous program PRINT statement prints the results produces PROG2 program is run program of Fig program shown program that calculates racquet random numbers READ statement READY Figure rectangle results of running RETURN statement Running the program SALARY sales matrix semicolon shown in Fig spot statement 30 statement executed statement in line string variables subroutine subscripted variable system command TAB function table for Fig teletypewriter trailer TRS-80 Level Undef variable names Write a program zero