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This is nay necessarily just QB, It is somewhat generalized

October 20 2004 at 3:49 AM
Iain McPhee  (Login Iain_Mcphee)

Response to Improvements, or so I think


>Well, I've actually got a feeling it's more a business of jumping to pre-prepared code rather than building new machine code, but
>I'm not quite sure about that.

One FORTRAN compiler I have does that (I have just hacked it when I had an error in me program, changed the compiler to fix the error instead of changing the program, but only once).

I have two others, the (at the time) £300 intel compiler, and a FORTRAN 77 compiler for C/PM-86, which is what I use on me laptop.

QB 1.1 probably doesnae do so, and QB4.5, etc. probably follows QB 1.1.

As for the wee bit about the 10 kb .exe from an empty .bas, I donnae know.

Wha saw the 42nd
Wha saw them gang away?
Wha saw the 42nd
Marching down the Broomielaw.

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