why do you need a QB64 interpreter?by Ben (no login)
no one uses interpreters. I remember you mentioned your 500mb 'business' programs that take hours to compile. probably a bunch of hardcoded data and spaghetti code.
but i think modern times they split up their programs into modules and only compile those that were modified and link them together. Im sure there's even tools to automate a lot of that and make for fast efficient programming.
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|Really?||annon on Mar 1|
|Interpreters are good for testing||on Mar 1|