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Copyright (C) 1994-95 DOS Resource Guide/DOS World Published in Issue #17, September 1994, page 66 and Issue #20, March 1995, page 64 It takes clever programming indeed to create an interesting one-line program. You'll be amazed at how much can be accomplished. ESP.BAS and FLIP.BAS both revolve around the flip of a coin. In FLIP.BAS, you see a coin tossed into the air. When it lands, the program displays an H or a T to let you know the outcome of the toss (Heads or Tails). Think of this program as an executive decision maker: Heads, you leave work early; tails, you stay until quitting time. ESP.BAS, in contrast, takes a statistical approach. It prompts you to guess an H or a T, tells you the outcome of the toss (Heads or Tails), displays the total number of YES (correct) and NO (incorrect) responses, and tells you your score (the percentage of correct guesses).
Please note that QBjs is still in early development and support for these examples is extremely experimental (meaning will most likely not work). With that out of the way, give it a try!