Run QBasic on Android
Are you learning how to code in QBasic and want to be able to practice on the go on your Android phone or tablet? Rather, do you just want to write some code in the popular 80s language for nostalgia’s sake? You can now do that easily on any Android device with aDosBox.
XDA Senior Member fotak-x has written a guide on how to use the free DOS emulator aDosBox to get QBasic up and running on your Android phone or tablet. For those of you unfamiliar with QBasic, it’s an IDE and interpreter for the popular BASIC programming language. The guide walks you through the process of setting up QBasic on your device, along with links to handy resources like a QBasic tutorial for beginners.
You can find the complete guide and the download link in the forum thread.
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