A paper printed with "Hi"
A screen showing "Hi"
An output screen with: "bookkeeper"
An output screen with: firstword$ + secondword$
As a replacement of GW-BASIC
To combat the needs for a better software in the 1980s, like better graphics, better graphical user interface, and faster programs
Check for flaws, edit, and rerun. It may be a programmer's error.
Delete it. It is a virus, maybe passed on from one computer to another, or through the Internet. Get the latest version of anti-virus. Disconnect Internet connections.
Press CTRL+ALT+DEL, to open Task Manager, click "Processes", and look for cmd.exe and ends it.
Press CTRL+C, because "C" means "Close"
The program will proceed. The "a" can be understood already by the QBasic program as only capitalization matters. The variable names are not case-sensitive, though.
The program will neither proceed nor exit. There are no choices that match "a". Capitalization is important nowadays. It is a primary instruction for us to capitalize what should be capitalized.