We describe what differ from ANSI Full BASIC.
These descriptions are supposed that the compatibility options are all set to ISO.
(1)ANSI X3.113-1987 American National Standard for Information Systems -Programming Languages- Full BASIC
(2)ANSI X3.113a-1989 American National Standard for Information Systems -Programming Languages- modules and individual character input for Full BASIC
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ANSI ONLINE (INCITS 113-1987 Full BASIC)
ANSI ONLINE (INCITS 113A-1989 Modules and Individual Character Input for Full BASIC)
ISO Full BASIC is a super-set of ECMA BASIC.
Decimal BASIC is compatible with ECMA BASIC-1, ECMA GRAPHICS module, and the EXCEPTION HANDLING part of BASIC-2.
The reserved words of Decimal BASIC are those of BASIC-2.
ECMA-116 BASIC 1st edition 1986(pdf) Scope(pdf)
Note that Decimal BASIC implements the GRAPHICS module of ISO Full BASIC, which is not contained in ECMA BASIC. And note that Decimal BASIC does not implements the whole ECMA BASIC.