GW Basic Certification Training Course Overview

GW-BASIC is a dialect of the BASIC programming language developed by Microsoft from IBM BASICA. It is functionally identical to BASICA, but is a fully self-contained executable and does not need the Cassette BASIC ROM. It was bundled with MS-DOS operating systems on IBM PC compatibles by Microsoft. Microsoft also sold a BASIC compiler, BASCOM, compatible with GW-BASIC, for programs needing more speed. The language is suitable for simple games, business programs and the like. Since it was included with most versions of MS-DOS, it was also a low-cost way for many aspiring programmers to learn the fundamentals of computer programming.With the release of MS-DOS 5.0, GW-BASIC's place was eventually taken by QBasic, the interpreter part of the separately available QuickBASIC compiler.

 

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Course Modules

Module 1: Starting to Program
  • Why Bother?
  • Computer and Programs
  • Program Planning
Module 2: GW Basics
  • Variable for Data Storage
  • Direct Commands
  • Program and Line Numbers
  • Editing
  • The Function Keys
  • Program Flow
  • Decisions, Decisions
  • Subroutines
  • Program Files
Module 3: Graphics and Color
  • The PC Screen
  • Graphics Commands
  • Colorful Characters
Module 4: Text and String Handling
  • String Functions
  • Hangman
Module 5: Program Structure
  • The Paint Box Program
  • Chaining
Module 6: Data on Disk
  • Sequential Files
  • The Not Processor Program
Module 7: Sorting and Searching
  • Sorting
  • Searching and Survey Analysis
Module 8: Number Crunching
  • The Value of PI
  • Statistical Analysis and Graphs
  • Stats Display and Analysis Program
Module 9: Three-Dimensional Graphics
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Module 10: Sounds Peculiar
  • Sound
  • The Mouse Organ
  • Play
Module 11: Advanced Graphics
  • Sprites and Screens
  • Screen Analysis through GET Arrays
  • Denary to Binary
  • Defining a Screen Image
  • Reading the screen with Point
  • Sprites
  • The Sprite Designed
  • PUT Screen Modes
  • Moving Sprites
Module 12: Linking to MS DOS
  • Finding Files
  • File Management
  • Directories
  • The SHELL Command
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.