I would expect that the print"test" statement will kick you back to graphics 0, but that's how it should work.
GRAPHICS 8+16 will switch to graphics mode 8 - finest resolution and +16 indicates no text window (four text lines at the bottom).
Therefore the PRINT statement has no choice, but to switch back to GRAPHICS 0.
You cannot use the print statement to print text to a graphics mode. FastBasic doesn't have a special command that would allow you to draw text to a graphics mode.
Next time, please be more specific when describing what exactly happened (symptoms).
Edited by baktra, Fri Sep 14, 2018 8:13 AM.