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|Here's another "Duh!" AKA RTFM Question, often found in Forums:
How do I do "CALL ABSOLUTE" Without an error?
Once and for all:
Start QBASIC up. Type "SYSTEM" and press SHIFT-F5 to Run it. Type the full path to QBasic in and also "/l" switch. Example:
Now the first line in your QBasic program should be:
or something like that. If I'm wrong, correct me: send corrections to email@example.com.
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