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Appeared in 1991 - 2000
Developer Microsoft Corporation
Influenced by QuickBASIC, GW-BASIC
OS MS-DOS, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, PC-DOS
License MS-EULA
Website www.microsoft.com

QBasic is a programming language made by Microsoft which was included with Windows 95 and MS-DOS.[1] QBasic is a more limited version of QuickBasic, released in 1985. While today considered almost obsolete, it is still a popular language for beginners and especially for educational purposes.

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An example Hello World program in QBasic:

PRINT "Hello, World!"

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