This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
ANSI BASIC (Full BASIC) is a standard for the BASIC programming language. It is specified in ANSI X3.113-1987 ("Programming Languages Full BASIC"). The same standard was specified in INCITS/ISO/IEC 10279-1991 ("Information Technology – Programming Languages – Full BASIC"). The standard is called "Full BASIC" to distinguish it from Minimal BASIC which is another standard established by ANSI, ISO, and ECMA.
ECMA, in ECMA-116 (1986), defined a subset of the ANSI BASIC Standard, ANSI X3.113-198X. The specification is divided into three parts: ECMA BASIC-1, ECMA BASIC-2, and ECMA Graphics Module. ECMA Standard is fully upward compatible with corresponding implementations of the ANSI Standard.
MATkeywords for matrix manipulation
- Optional use of decimal floating point (radix 10) to improve numerical presentation.
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