Synsets for "basic"

Synset: basic.n.01

Synonyms: BASIC

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a popular programming language that is relatively easy to learn; an acronym for beginner's all-purpose symbolic instruction code; no longer in general use

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Lemmas: BASIC

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Synset: basic.n.02

Synonyms: basic

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: (usually plural) a necessary commodity for which demand is constant

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Lemmas: basic staple

Hypernym: commodity

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Synset: basic.a.01

Synonyms: basic

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: pertaining to or constituting a base or basis

Examples: a basic fact | the basic ingredients | basic changes in public opinion occur because of changes in priorities

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Synset: basic.s.02

Synonyms: basic

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: reduced to the simplest and most significant form possible without loss of generality

Examples: a basic story line | a canonical syllable pattern

Lemmas: basic canonic canonical

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Synset: basic.s.03

Synonyms: basic

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: serving as a base or starting point

Examples: a basic course in Russian | basic training for raw recruits | a set of basic tools | an introductory art course

Lemmas: basic introductory

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Synset: basic.s.04

Synonyms: basic

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: of or denoting or of the nature of or containing a base

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List of BASIC dialects BASIC extensions (a.k.a. "BASIC toolkits") extend a particular BASIC.
BASIC Most first-generation BASIC versions such as MSX BASIC and GW-BASIC supported simple data types, loop cycles and arrays. The following example is written for GW-BASIC, but will work in most versions of BASIC with minimal changes:
HP BASIC for OpenVMS Past names for the product include: BASIC-PLUS, Basic Plus 2 (BP2 or BASIC-Plus-2), VAX BASIC, DEC BASIC, and Compaq BASIC for OpenVMS. Multiple variations of the titles noting the hardware platform (VAX, AlphaServer, etc.) also exist.
True BASIC True BASIC is a variant of the BASIC programming language descended from Dartmouth BASIC — the original BASIC — invented by college professors John G. Kemeny and Thomas E. Kurtz.
Atari BASIC The result was a different version of BASIC, known as Atari BASIC. In particular, the new BASIC dealt with character strings more like Data General's BASIC than Microsoft's (which used strings similar to those from DEC BASIC).
Basic Pain Basic Pleasure Adapted from the "Basic Pain Basic Pleasure" liner notes.
Rocky Mountain BASIC HP retained BASIC/UX 700 (E2045C, BASIC for HP-UX 10.20) until spinning off their instrument division as Agilent Technologies. BASIC/UX 700 (on HP-UX 10.20) product responsibility went with Agilent Technologies, who eventually dropped support for it. Agilent referred customers to either TransEra for BASIC for Windows or to TAMS for BASIC/WS, BASIC/UX or BASIC for Linux.
Run BASIC Run BASIC is a web application server, based on the Liberty BASIC version of the BASIC programming language.
BASIC Many other BASIC dialects have also sprung up since 1990, including the open source QB64 and FreeBASIC, inspired by QBasic, and the Visual Basic-styled RapidQ, Basic For Qt and Gambas. Modern commercial incarnations include PureBasic, PowerBASIC, Xojo, Monkey X and True BASIC (the direct successor to Dartmouth BASIC from a company controlled by Kurtz). Several web-based simple BASIC interpreters also now exist, including Quite BASIC and Microsoft's Small Basic (educational software). Versions of BASIC have been showing up for use on smartphones and tablets. Apple App Store contains such implementations of BASIC programming language as smart BASIC, Basic!, HotPaw Basic, BASIC-II, techBASIC and others. Android devices feature such implementations of BASIC as RFO BASIC and Mintoris Basic. Applications for some mobile computers with proprietary OS (CipherLab) can be built with programming environment based on BASIC. An application for the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DSi called "Petit Computer" allows for programming in a slightly modified version of BASIC with DS button support. A 3DS sequel was released in Japan in November 2014.
Amiga programming languages Basic dialects: AmigaBASIC from Microsoft, ABasic from Commodore (developed by Metacomco), AC Basic Compiler, GFA BASIC, HiSoft Basic, AMOS BASIC, Blitz BASIC, PureBasic
MAI Basic Four MAI Basic Four Business Basic was one of the first commercially available business BASIC interpreters. MAI Basic Four (the company) originally sold minicomputers but later offered superminicomputers and microcomputers. The computers ran an operating system with the BASIC interpreter integrated.
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Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine 2. Master the basic theory of Chinese medicine, basic knowledge, basic ability, TCM thinking methods and the necessary basic medicine, clinical knowledge and basic skills;
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (United States) To achieve basic objectives and implement fundamental qualities GAAP has three basic assumptions, four basic principles, and five basic constraints.
Atari Microsoft BASIC The Atari Microsoft BASIC and Atari Microsoft BASIC II variants of the BASIC programming language were ROM cartridge or floppy disk packaged versions of the Microsoft BASIC dialect ported to the Atari 8-bit machines.
Rocky Mountain BASIC Test & Measurement Systems, Inc., also known as "TAMS", of Loveland, Colorado, acquired HP BASIC/WS and BASIC/UX 300 product responsibility in 1998. TAMS then sold and supported legacy versions of BASIC/WS and BASIC/UX . TAMS licensed BASIC/UX 700 from Agilent Technologies and ported RMB to both HP-UX 11i and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The HP-UX 11i implementation was known as "BASIC for 11i" or "BASIC/UX 11i". The Red Hat Enterprise Linux version was known as "BASIC for Linux", "BASIC/LX" or "RMBLX". TAMS ceased operating on March 31, 2016.
Comparison of Visual Basic and Visual Basic .NET The basic syntax remains very similar: conditions, loops, procedures, sub-routines are declared and written in the same manner (see Visual Basic). Mobility from prior Visual Basic iterations to Visual Basic .NET really are ports of existing code: programmers with experience in both worlds are required to effectively target the new platform with older logic. The Visual Basic .NET developer will have to learn the use of the basic .NET types rather than what they have been used to in Visual Basic.
Atari Microsoft BASIC Although more feature filled than Atari BASIC, Microsoft BASIC never had the popularity that Atari BASIC had. The biggest problems were:
Visual Basic .NET Succeeding the classic Visual Basic version 6.0, the first version of Visual Basic .NET debuted in 2002. , seven versions of Visual Basic .NET are released.
IBM System/36 BASIC System/34 BASIC and System/36 BASIC are very similar; however, machine code incompatibility makes it impossible to port a subroutine member BASIC program between these systems.