Run QBasic, BASIC Programming on Android
You can already code in Java to develop android applications in Eclipse like IDE on android itself. How about Running Qbasic code on Android?
If you’re learning QBasic or love to have it around, its time that you start using QBasic on android, on the go. QBasic, is an IDE and interpreter for the popular BASIC programming language. One of the most powerful programming languages of the 80s.
The 80′s language would give any old geek a nostalgia. You can get QBasic running on any android using aDosBox.
Developer fotak-x has written a guide on how to use the free DOS emulator aDosBox to get QBasic running on your Android device.
How To Run QBasic, Basic programming IDE on Android
Step 1. Download and install aDosBox from Play store.
Step 2. Open aDosBox and press Menu button > SDL settings > Video settings > On-screen magnifying glass.
Step 3. Download QBasic exe from here (yes EXE from windows world).
Step 4. Create a folder on sdcard and name it qbasic, and copy the qbasic exe there.
Step 5. Launch aDosbox and type
mount d: /sdcard/qbasic
and QBasic now appears on your screen, Happy coding!
TIP: We recommend using hacker’s keyboard from play store for best keyboard experience.
If you want to learn QBasic, here is a Tutorial.