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Posted on Feb 12, 2010, 4:04 PM

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* Well, QB64 could sure use that! Any ideas about C and Windows API's? on Feb 12
 I think you have that backwards... on Feb 13
  I have been looking for some Windows DLL and OCX files for QB64 on Feb 13
   Re: I have been looking for some Windows DLL and OCX files for QB64Laanan Fisher on Feb 13
    Why QB64 has been a success... on Feb 13
     * What do you mean by "true BASIC"? 100% QBasic compatible?Ben on Feb 13
      True BASIC keeps the BASIC syntax structure... on Feb 13
       Re: True BASIC keeps the BASIC syntax structure...Laanan Fisher on Feb 13
       Re: If [Micro$oft] didn't go off into a different direction, .Net.RpgFan on Feb 13
        Why not have a GUI? Windows is based on one to begin with. on Feb 13
       Cool, thats pretty much what i have done...unseenmachine on Feb 13
        You're nuttin' but a code junkie unseen... on Feb 13
        I agree that C++ is pretty nice at times. :)RpgFan on Feb 13
        If shortening code is ALL that you are looking for just use shorter variable names! on Feb 13
         how will that help?unseenmachine on Feb 13
          * you can say ? instead of print like IBen on Feb 13
           Huh??unseenmachine on Feb 13
            Or....Ben on Feb 13
             Sweet time saver!!! Got any more?unseenmachine on Feb 13
              *That's honestly the only time-saver *I* know about, so good question: are there any more?RpgFan on Feb 13
               You can leave out GOTO in THEN statementsqbguy on Feb 14
                That works with ELSE, too. on Feb 14
               * You can leave out CALL when calling SUB procedures on Feb 14
          That loops 9 times... on Feb 13
           Told you ...i am a total noob!!!unseenmachine on Feb 13
          Statement delimitersSolitaire on Feb 13
        We have a C/C++ forum on Feb 13
         Re: We have a C/C++ forumLaanan Fisher on Feb 13
          C++ isn't the only place you can learn good design. on Feb 13
           Re: C++ isn't the only place you can learn good design.Laanan Fisher on Feb 13
            Continued in C/C++ Forum (*URL) on Feb 13
    RE: 64-bit referencing in QB64 on Feb 13
     Re: RE: 64-bit referencing in QB64Laanan Fisher on Feb 13
      LOL @ FrankenBASIC! on Feb 13
       There's a 32 bit version of Windows7 and a 64 bit version of Windows7.Solitaire on Feb 13
       Re: LOL @ FrankenBASIC!Laanan Fisher on Feb 13
        Re: Two addressing modesRpgFan on Feb 13
         It's all about running old code on Feb 13
          Re: It's all about running old codeLaanan Fisher on Feb 13
          Why Galleon is doing QB64 by himself... on Feb 14
           Clippy you damn Democrat! on Feb 14
            * "Old" saying, huh? How old exactly? :PRpgFan on Feb 14
             * Four hours and 14 minutes old. on Feb 14
           I agreeunseenmachine on Feb 14
         Please refrain from writing "fork QB64" on this forum. on Feb 13
          Re: Please refrain from writing "fork QB64" on this forum.Laanan Fisher on Feb 13
           Young people today seem to have the popular misconception that everything belongs to them. on Feb 13
            Given the amount of community push-pull concerning QB64 and its features on Feb 13
             Re: Given the amount of community push-pull concerning QB64 and its featuresLaanan Fisher on Feb 14
              Managing that would distract him from coding. You're not figuring that into the equation. on Feb 14
               Re: Managing that would distract him from coding. You're not figuring that into the equation.Laanan Fisher on Feb 14
                * No wonder they tossed you out of the FB Wiki....:-P on Feb 14
                 * Haha, _you_ know why that happened, you lazy, whiney thief. :)Laanan Fisher on Feb 14
               I also happen to be one of those people who work better on their own.Solitaire on Feb 14
      * Just as long it isn't a damn Al FrankenBasic, I'm OK with it. on Feb 13
       * Oh, but everybody LOVES me and I love you! on Feb 14
     *QB64 will NEVER 'fork', QB64's philosophy is compatibility and inclusivity on Feb 13

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