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comp.os.msdos.programmer FAQ part 5/5
Section - - Where is QBASIC?

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 QBASIC is a stripped down version of Microsoft's QuickBASIC
 interpretter. It is distributed with MS-DOS versions greater than 4.00.
 (Earlier versions included GW-BASIC or BASICA.)

 At first glance, Windows 95 and greater no longer included QBASIC;
 however, they can still be found on Windows' CDs. To find QBASIC, use
 the Find utility on the Start menu to search for "qbasic.*" on the
 Windows CD. Once you have located "qbasic.exe" and "qbasic.hlp", copy
 them to a folder on your hard drive.

 Users without Windows CDs can download QBASIC from here:
 <ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/Products/Windows/Windows95/CDRomExtras/OtherUtilities/olddos.exe>.

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