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There are many online resources where you can find free Basic books to download in PDF format, including online textbooks, ebooks, lecture notes, and more, covering basic, beginner, and advanced concepts for those looking for an introduction to the subject or a deeper understanding of it.

So You Want to Learn to Program

This PDF covers the following topics related to Basic programming language : Meeting BASIC-256 Say Hello, Drawing Basic Shapes, Sound and Music, Thinking Like a Programmer, Your Program Asks for Advice, Looping and Counting - Do it Again and Again, Custom Graphics Creating Your Own Shapes, Subroutines Reusing Code, Mouse Control Moving Things Around, Keyboard Control Using the Keyboard to Do Things, Images, WAVs, and Sprites, Arrays Collections of Information, Mathematics More Fun With Numbers, Working with Strings, Files Storing Information For Later, Stacks, Queues, Lists, and Sorting, Runtime Error Trapping, Database Programming, Connecting with a Network.

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BASIC Programming by Wiki

This page covers the following topics related to Basic programming language : Beginning BASIC, Your First Program, Beginning BASIC/PRINT, CLS, and END, Beginning BASIC/Variables and Data Types, Beginning BASIC/User Input, Beginning BASIC/Documentation, Beginning BASIC/Control Structures/IF...THEN...ELSEIF...ELSE, Beginning BASIC/Control Structures/WHILE...WEND, Beginning BASIC/Control Structures/FOR...NEXT, Beginning BASIC/Control Structures/DO...LOOP, Beginning BASIC/Control Structures/GOTO, Random Number Generation, Subroutines and Functions, External Libraries.

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BASIC Dartmouth College

The contents include: What is a program,The BASIC primer, More Advanced BASIC, Card BASIC, Appendices.

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Programmed Lessons in QBasic

This note is a gentle introduction to programming using the computer programming language QBasic. Its goal is to show what programming is about using the fundamental features of QBasic.

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Introduction to Programming using QBasic

This is a gentle introduction to programming using the computer programming language QBasic. This introduction is used for a course in computer literacy for students of all majors. Its goal is to show what programming is about using the fundamental features of QBasic.

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Visual Basic 2005 A Developer's Notebook'

To bring you up to speed with Visual Basic 2005, this practical book offers nearly 50 hands-on projects. Each one explores a new feature of the language, with emphasis on changes that can increase productivity, simplify programming tasks, and help you add new functionality to your applications. This book provides a series of hands-on labs that take you through the new features you'll find in Visual Basic 2005, the .NET Framework 2.0, and the Visual Studio 2005 development tool.

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Visual Basic 6 Programming

Visual Basic is a third-generation event-driven programming language and integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft for its COM programming model first released in 1991 and declared legacy in 2008.  Topics covered includes: The Visual Basic 6 Integrated Development Environment, Working With Controls, Creating Advanced VB database application using ADO control, Animation.

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Pick/BASIC A Programmers Guide (Jonathan E. Sisk)

The method by which this book attempts to explain PICK/BASIC is through step-by-step tutorials. In the first chapter, the basics of logging onto the system and creating your account are provided, along with a very cursory overview of the Pick Editor. From there, basic programming principles and terminology are discussed in Chapter 2. Chapter 3 takes the reader into the exciting world of programming in PICK/BASIC by providing a ready-made program which will be entered into the system, compiled, then run. A detailed explanation of each instruction and principle follows immediately after the source listing.

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Introducing Visual Basic 2005 for Developers

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Upgrading Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic .NET

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Using Visual Basic 6 Mirror

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Visual Basic 6 Database How To Mirror

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