QB64by (no login)
Perhaps I should read about that sometime. I have in the past tried a few supposedly modernised alternatives to qbasic that were supposed to take my old qbasic programs and run them in modern operating systems, but the ones I tried didn't work. Once I discovered DOSBox, I no longer felt the need to try to replace QBasic, so I stopped looking at that time. Maybe it would be worth it to give that one a look though since I seem to be out-growing QBasic. I can't make heads or tails out of visual programming though. I even went to school and stuff trying to learn it, so I hope I can take my old code that works fine in qbasic and just open it as is and it'll work without being edited. That way, I can gradually learn anything new it might have while still being able to do stuff I already know how to do.
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|All other previous alternative, except Power Basic, sucked.||on Nov 7|
|In my opinion multi-module support is necessary||on Nov 7|
|But seriously, how can you be serious?||on Nov 7|
|Program size isn't the only reason to split a program into multiple files||on Nov 7|
|Multi-modular||on Nov 8|