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INCITS 113A-1989[S2008]

Information Systems - Programming Languages - Modules and Individual Character Input for Full BASIC

Establishes the syntax of BASIC programs written using individual character input, or modules, or both; the semantic rules for interpreting the meaning of a BASIC program that uses individual character input, or modules, or both; the errors and exceptional circumstances that shall be detected; and also the manner in which such errors and exceptional circumstances shall be handled.

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