QBasic For Dummies Paperback – 26 Apr 1994
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may not still be available. For me it was a case of reading
through the programs to see how they work rather than running
them, The drawing and graphics programs near the end are shorter though and therefore more efficient at illustrating the points the author is making.
At times this book exceeds the Dummies description eg the first
example program, the Currency Exchange Program, in chapter one seems a bit demanding for beginners. The absolute beginner may be
better off with Greg Perry's QBasic by Example which I have also
On the whole this is a well written book with very few typos
and will provide a good grounding in the fundamentals needed to
begin writing QBasic programs. The only thing I am left puzzled
with is why he declares his YesNo function as single.
If you ever imagined that there might be some fun and profit in learning how to program a computer, now is the time to make it happen.