QBasic

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QBasic, which stands for Quince Balls Aggregate Showbiz Igloo Cretin, is a forthcoming pregramming language to be released by Microsoft in the year n+1 (where n = current year). It is currently on schedule to meet this deadline, and a pre-alpha version has been circulating for a few decades now.

Features[edit]

1. Real time typing (see the letters come up on the screen at the same time as you actually type them)

2. Support for screen resolutions of higher than 320 x 240 pixels

3. A new, improved UI featuring on screen graphics

4. Slower than ever before compiling. A breakthrough in Microsoft's quest for zero functionality.

Users[edit]

The user group are mainly maths students at University who study stats because they have no idea how a computer works. People who study the IB also use QBasic, as there is no such subject as Maths or anything vaguely technical in the IB, because it was invented by a Linguist.