Difference between revisions of "BR Tutorial"

From Br Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
This BR tutorial was designed for absolute beginners. It walks you through programming basics in simple steps with plenty of examples and self-guided practice.
+
This BR tutorial was designed for absolute beginners. It walks you through programming basics in simple steps with plenty of examples and self-guided practice. The "Intermediate" level tutorial is also now available, [[Tutorial 2]].
  
 
[[Prerequisites]] - Basic Set Up
 
[[Prerequisites]] - Basic Set Up

Revision as of 16:17, 10 July 2013

This BR tutorial was designed for absolute beginners. It walks you through programming basics in simple steps with plenty of examples and self-guided practice. The "Intermediate" level tutorial is also now available, Tutorial 2.

Prerequisites - Basic Set Up

Chapter 1 - Introduction

Chapter 2 - Basic Commands

Chapter 3 - More Operating and Programming Fundamentals

Chapter 4 - Constants and Variables

Chapter 5 - GOTO, IF, and Other Basic Statements

Chapter 6 - Debugging Features

Chapter 7 - Unformatted & Formatted Printing

Chapter 8 - FOR/NEXT and ON GOTO

Chapter 9 - Organizing Folders and Programs

Chapter 10 - Arrays

Chapter 11 - Full Screen Processing, Using Print Fields and Input Fields

Chapter 12 - Procedures

Chapter 13 - Introduction to File Processing

Chapter 14 - The SEQUENTIAL method of access with INTERNAL files

Chapter 15 - The RELATIVE method of access for INTERNAL files

Chapter 16 - Keyed File Processing

Chapter 17 - Display Files

Chapter 18 - Error Handling and Recovery

Solutions - Solutions to Exercises