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A person who has failed to develop their own personal tastes and therefore has adopted boring, conformist, tastes. A basic person is only interested in things that are mainstream , popular, and trending and they will dress , act, behave similar to how others do. A basic person has no defining characteristics and is devoid of intelligence and/or the ability to socialize on a very basic level.
Are you a YouTuber? Ew that's so basic!

I tried having a conversation with her for 10 minutes but it was impossible! She's so boring and basic!

Person 1: hey guys do you like my most recent YouTube video?
Person 2: Ew I'm not watching your videos they're basic just like you!
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Something that is uninteresting, vapid, boring, or uncool.

A waste of time, energy, or money. The opposite of fun, intrigue, and justice.
That is so basic.

Basic Cable vs. Premium Cable

Don't come this party is basic.
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(n) A word to describe anyone who is not up to your group's standards in any category. Everything they do is just sub-standard quality and falls short to the quality level of your group.
Example:

Noun:

Jackie - "Are these girls dancing or having seizures?"

Natalie - "Basics everywhere"

Adjective:

Natalie - "Wow, that bitch is extremely rude and snobby"

Jackie - "Basic bitch honey. Basic bitch."
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The first easy-to-use programming language made in the 1960s when Microcomputers made their debut. A very easy language to grasp. The language practically paths out commands for a computer to do. It is very capable of performing mathematics which are the main basis for Microprocessing.
start
Print "Hello world!"
goto start
"Result - "Hello world" being typed on the screen in an infinite loop"
by Mike Gowland July 29, 2004
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A word used to describe a proper noun, weather its a person place or thing. Something or some one who lacks any flare of individuality, lacks creativity, something or some one who goes with the fads. Something or some one lacking any amount of substance.
They are not worthy of my friendship for they are hollow, basic even.

Person a: (Abruptly interups a conversation) Why are you wearing that hat?
Person b: Why are you wearing those earings?
Person a: Because I like them.
Person b: Hmmm... Interesting. (Continues conversation from before)
Person a: You never answered me.
Person b: (looks to person a in a irritated fashion because they are dealing something a little bit more important than such an arbitrary question) You are obviously to basic to understand.
Person a walks away confused.

Person a: You want to go shop at pink with me?
Person b: Don't you think that's a little basic?
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1. Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code: A line-oriented, limited programming language invented in the 1960s for the purpose of teaching university students to program computers.

Each line of BASIC code must be preceded by a number, which serves as a label for the GOTO statement.

The type of a BASIC variable is determined by a suffix. For example, A$ is a string, while A% is an integer.

2. Any programming language that borrows a few things from BASIC, even if it is also heavily influenced by other programming languages, such as Pascal. Includes QBASIC, FreeBASIC, PureBASIC, Visual Basic, and DarkBASIC, and other similar programming languages. These BASICs frequently add support for functions and user-defined types, and they also frequently don't allow user-defined types or arrays to be passed as arguments to functions.

Such languages are typically surrounded by communities that eschew the sort of structured programming that is mandatory in the majority of other programming languages. As such, parallel arrays are preferred over user-defined types, GOSUB statements are preferred over functions, single-line IF statements in conjunction with GOTO are popular even in BASICs that support block IF statements, and GOTO is often used when a loop statement would suffice and be more readable. Even when control structures are used, it is rare to see any sort of indentation of the code that goes within a construct. A notable exception to this tendency is the Visual Basic community.

A similar programming language is INTERCAL.
REM A typical BASIC program, in a typical sense-2 dialect of BASIC
10 INPUT "ENTER YOUR NAME: "; A$
GOSUB CheckName
IF NameOK% = 1 THEN GOTO Good
PRINT "Are you sure you're not somebody else?"
GOTO 10
Good:
PRINT "THE SECRET WORD IS " + CHR$(33) ;
REM We don't need no stinkin' indentation!
FOR N = 1 TO 7
READ C%
PRINT CHR$(C%);
NEXT N
PRINT CHR$(33)
GOTO Terminus
CheckName:
IF A$ = "Osama bin Laden" THEN RETURN
NameOK% = 1
RETURN
Terminus:
DATA 77,65,76,65,82,73,65
END
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