Welcome to the forum, Mike.
In DOSBox you can type "help" for help. For help on the Mount command, you can type "mount /?".
The syntax of the mount command is:
mount d path
where d is the drive letter you want to use, and path is the actual path of the folder you want to mount. So, for example, my qbasic folder on my computer is c:\q. If I wanted to mount c:\q as drive x: within DOSBox, I would type:
mount x c:\q
Then I could type:
to switch to the newly created x: drive.
I think the main advantage of actual QBASIC over QB64 is that QBASIC is an interpreter, and therefore makes debugging much easier. But otherwise, QB64 works very well.
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|qbasic and dosbox||Mike on Nov 3|
|From that point on, it's business as usual...||TheBOB on Nov 3|