Here's another features list of things added over the past few days for Demo #5!

by Galleon (no login)


DATE$ (both function & statement implemented)
TIME$ (both function & statement implemented)

Of course, that's just what's been coded over the past few days, Demo #5 has so much more!

PS. _ROUND rounds numbers to integers as appose to CINT which rounds numbers to INTEGERs. Make sense? Anyway _ROUND is faster and works on a much wider range of numbers (it can return signed or unsigned INTEGER64 values) but provides no overflow checking.

Posted on Jan 9, 2008, 2:46 AM

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About the _ROUND function :-).MystikShadows on Jan 9
 Aww.... Why'd ya have to go and ask that, Mystik! Now I'm curious too!rpgfan3233 on Jan 9
  *right now i just use dim a as integer, - .5 from a and it's like int(a) for a > 0mennonite on Jan 9
   of course here's how i would do a round functionmennonite on Jan 9
    um, yeahmennonite on Jan 9
 About _ROUND(...)Galleon on Jan 9
  i really like mine although there's one thing i can't think of a way to expressmennonite on Jan 9
   i do want to add this to what i saidmennonite on Jan 9
  I like it GalleonClippy on Jan 9
   I thought INT was like the mathematical Floor function - it rounds down every time.rpgfan3233 on Jan 9
    someone researched it before i wrote my tutorialmennonite on Jan 9
    Moneo would disagree with your symmetryClippy on Jan 10
    BTW, DEF Fn is not a really good kind of functionClippy on Jan 10
     Some on DEF FNTK Crockett on Dec 15
      Once it is put in QB64 we cannot use variables like Fname$ for first or file name.Clippy on Dec 15

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