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LIBX201 - Library Sandbox Demo and Test Resources: Addressing the World Through Code

Resources for fake, demo, and test sandbox course LIBX201

Hello World

Should "Hello World!" really be "Hello, World!" (with a comma)? This Wikipedia entry sure seems to think so: "Hello, World!" program - Wikipedia

"Hello, World!" program written in BASIC:

10 CLS
20 PRINT "HELLO, WORLD!"
30 PRINT "  QO' VLVAN"
40 PRINT " SALVE MUNDI"

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