GWBASIC Version 3.22 - Download Practicals and Guide

GW-BASIC or Gee-Whiz BASIC was a dialect of BASIC developed by Microsoft from BASICA, originally for Compaq.
GW-BASIC has a command line-based Integrated Development Environment (IDE) based on Dartmouth BASIC. It also includes function key shortcuts at the bottom of the screen. Like other early microcomputer versions of BASIC, GW-BASIC lacked many of the structures needed for structured programming such as local variables, and GW-BASIC programs executed relatively slowly, due to the fact that it was an interpreted programming language. All program lines must be numbered; all non-numbered lines are considered to be commands in direct mode to be executed immediately. Program source files are normally saved in binary compressed format with tokens replacing commands, with an option to save in ASCII text form.
The GW-BASIC command-line environment has commands to RUN,LOAD,SAVE,LIST the current program, or quit to the operating SYSTEM; these commands can also be used as program statements. There is little support for structured programming in GW-BASIC. All IF/THEN/ELSE conditional statements must be written on one line

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Note: All versions above are for 32 bit version of windows,  if GWBASIC not working for you, then you might have 64 bit windows, please refer below steps.

(Win 7, Win8, Win 8.1, All version OS)

You need to download and install DOSBox first. Download

Make folder in C Drive "GWBASIC" and place gwbasic3.exe in it.

Open DOSBox: Enter the following commands one by one:

mount c: c:\ 


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