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Discussion forums removed at QB64 forum but will stay open here. on Feb 17
 Kind-a messy formatBert22306 on Feb 25
  The user name will autofill too on Feb 26
Kewbie Newbie???Solitaire on Feb 15
 what response are you expecting? "not it wasn't me, my email was hijacked..."Ben on Feb 15
  But it is good to notify him. on Feb 15
   I don't check my email as often as I should. on Feb 16
Float arithmeticlawgin on Feb 8
 because .1 + .2 actually equals .30000000000000004, not .3Ben on Feb 8
  *I get that, but why a different result with qb64?lawgin on Feb 8
   Number of byes allocated for the floating point type matters.Solitaire on Feb 8
    This is probably more than anyone cares to knowlawgin on Feb 9
     You are on the right track... on Feb 18
      Yes, it's a bug in qb and qb64lawgin on Feb 18
array data savingLeon Schrecengost on Feb 7
 Yes. Just open a file and save the data.Solitaire on Feb 7
  BLOAD and BSAVE are generally used for storing arraysBen on Feb 8
   * good point Ben. on Feb 8
 In QB64 you can store and read an integer array all at once. on Feb 8
  qb64Leon Schrecengost on Feb 10
   Qbasic can use BSAVE and BLOAD on Feb 10
    BSAVELeon Schrecengost on Feb 11
     How to BSAVE and BLOAD... on Feb 11
new user to qbasic - random question on Feb 2
 RandomizeSolitaire on Feb 2
  Solitaire, with all due respect... on Feb 6
   * NotedSolitaire on Feb 7
   Re: Solitaire, with all due respect... on Feb 18
 Re: new user to qbasic - random question on Feb 3
qbasic downloadrich on Feb 1
 Re: qbasic download on Feb 1
 OR ...OPRESION on Feb 3
I need advice on Feb 1
 Re: I need advice (4 edits.) on Feb 1
 Programming credentialsSolitaire on Feb 1
How? on Feb 1
Displaying Array dataLeon Schrecengost on Jan 31
 Re: Displaying Array dataPete on Jan 31
  problem codeLeon Schrecengost on Jan 31
   *******...Ben on Jan 31
    not helpfulLeon Schrecengost on Jan 31
     Re: not helpful on Jan 31
      * the program can be greatly simplified. I'm working on it... on Jan 31
   *There's some hardware I/O in there. Is that for LPT3? What's it for? on Jan 31
    hardwareLeon Schrecengost on Jan 31
    ClarifyLeon Schrecengost on Feb 1
     Re: Clarify on Feb 1
   Suggestions:Solitaire on Jan 31
   I might have gotten a bit overzealous... (5 edits) on Jan 31
    fixed a bug on Jan 31
     Moving PgmLeon Schrecengost on Feb 1
      *Save it an ASCII text file - that's all you need. Text files will be compatible anywhere. on Feb 1
      Why Word? on Feb 1
       Tried to runLeon Schrecengost on Feb 1
        Re: Tried to run (3 edits) on Feb 1
    maxDisplay on Feb 1
     slow learnerLeon Schrecengost on Feb 1
      your original program... (added P.S.) on Feb 1
       ThanksLeon Schrecengost on Feb 1
        *you're welcome. on Feb 1
      Re: slow learner on Feb 1
       LOLLeon Schrecengost on Feb 1
        :-) on Feb 1
         MC, what a novel idea. I wish I'd thought of it... no, really. on Feb 1
          It's not perfect. on Feb 1
           *Even better would be to add something like 'OPTION EXPLICIT' or '#DIM ALL' on Feb 6
   *What exactly are you trying to do with this program?AlGoreIthm on Feb 8
Trapping User Input - but continue program if none enetered for nn seconds?B.Worth on Jan 30
 A simple QB code...Pete on Jan 30
  Re: A simple QB code...B.Worth on Jan 31
   Re: A simple QB code...Pete on Jan 31
    Re: A simple QB code... on Jan 31
   Re: A simple QB code... on Jan 31
QBASIC circa1981-1991 on Jan 27
 Printing has changed in the past 10 years...Pete on Jan 27
 Your interesting backlog of old QBAS progs on Feb 21
*Who maintains the Forum Community page at http://www.network54.com/Index/10167 ? on Jan 26
 *I'm guessing it's forum-owner Pete -- is it in need of maintainance? on Jan 26
 * Pete. on Jan 26
 I'd like to have... on Jan 26
  Re: I'd like to have... on Jan 26
   * Loot? on Jan 29
    * I meant "look"... :-P on Jan 29
    I caught that, too...Pete on Jan 30
 ChatroomPete on Jan 26
  *Thanks Pete. That should work just fine. on Jan 26
  * You were in there... on Jan 29
Hello and well met! on Jan 14
 Executables reside in the QB64 directory because... on Jan 15
  Just out of curiosity, since I'm not a QB64 enthusiast, on Jan 15
   Re: Just out of curiosity, since I'm not a QB64 enthusiast, on Jan 15
    RE: Executables in main folder and dependent filesGalleon on Jan 18
Qb vs turbo C on Jan 14
 Re: Qb vs turbo C on Jan 14
  Why Turbo C ? on Jan 14
   Interesting... on Jan 14
Subscript out of rangeLeon Schrecengost on Jan 12
 Save the program to a text file using Notepad.Solitaire on Jan 12
 Save the program in QB4.5 as text readable in Save As on Jan 12
  posting codeLeon Schrecengost on Jan 13
   *Make sure you've copied it, then just click Edit/Paste with the cursor in 'Message Text'. on Jan 13
    Posting codeLeon Schrecengost on Jan 14
     Strange... on Jan 14
      posting codeLeon Schrecengost on Jan 14
       You've DIM'd it as zone2$(), but are accessing it as z2$() ...(more)... on Jan 14
        Good catch, Bob. on Jan 14
         Not that I've heard of, Q... on Jan 15
          Sorry, Bob, I can't agree with you about on Jan 15
           Spelling mistakes notwithstanding... on Jan 15
            I know I'm probably belaboring this to the point of tedium, but... on Jan 15
             *Hey, I hear you (and better understand your misspelling example). on Jan 16
        out rangeLeon Schrecengost on Jan 15
         No Leon... on Jan 15
          Not sureLeon Schrecengost on Jan 15
           *Try this: DIM z2$(20, 1) - Maybe it'll be clearer what's happening. on Jan 15
            New CodeLeon Schrecengost on Jan 15
             Of course... on Jan 15
              Thank YouLeon Schrecengost on Jan 17
               LOL@"I don't even know why I did what I did"... on Jan 17
                printerLeon on Jan 17
                 *Hey, that's great to know (will check out DOS print). Thanks! on Jan 17
                Show TimeSolitaire on Jan 17
                 *Great job -- and a good example of the programming practices I attributed to you. on Jan 17
                 Similar program using TIME$Solitaire on Jan 17
                  Nice one... on Jan 17
                 I wrote a Visual Basic version of the ShowTime program.Solitaire on Jan 18
                  Looks good... on Jan 18
     Re: Posting code on Jan 14

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