Basic computer language starts with IF & THEN

Dallas, Texas
October 30, 2017 4:01pm CST
The computer IF/THEN statement. It is part of the BASIC computer language long hand version using some degree of algebra and a knowledge of computer BASIC well, back in the 70's this was being used a lot. BASIC of course stands for "Beginner's All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code." - source - Wikibooks https://code.org/educate/algebra
From Wikibooks, open books for an open world Jump to: navigation, search BASIC was developed in 1963 at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire as a teaching language. The acronym BASIC stands for Beginner's All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code. In 19
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• Peoria, Arizona
30 Oct
I learned about some of this when I was in computer programming. After I made a cool website, I just ended up making pretty pictures with symbols because my teacher didn't teach us anything else haha
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• Dallas, Texas
31 Oct
Sometimes teachers need to learn more so they can teach beyond the book.
• Peoria, Arizona
3 Nov
@lookatdesktop We didn't even have a book to learn from haha he was just a lazy teacher. I don't think he was supposed to teach that class, but they needed someone to basically babysit us.
@m_audrey6788 (11601)
• Germany
30 Oct
I think in programming Cobol and Turbo Pascal programs use it too not until Java comes
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• Dallas, Texas
30 Oct
Yes, it all got much more complex. Here is a fun to read article about BASIC PROGRAMMING, for you to take a look at
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• Germany
30 Oct
@lookatdesktop Is that still exist now? I`m thinking of updating my long lost knowledge in programming
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• Dallas, Texas
30 Oct
@m_audrey6788 , It might. I have tried my hand at reading from a book about cascading style sheets and such but it is a bit deep. Have you read JAVA script for Dummies? It is awesome. If only I had the brains to fully get the most from reading it, but I need to slow down and learn BASIC first. I may not have patience for it though.
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@peachpurple (10991)
• Malaysia
30 Oct
yes, I was using Foxpro then, lots of if and then
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• Dallas, Texas
31 Oct
Cool. I have a link about it from Wikipedia to share.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search For the successor system from Microsoft, see Visual FoxPro. Cover of the FoxPro 2.6 Developer's Guide FoxPro was a text-based procedurally oriented programming language and database manageme
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