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Testing...Pete on Sep 24
 Pete - please quit breaking my forum.gopus on Sep 24
  Re: Pete - please quit breaking my forum.Pete on Sep 24
   The Photobucket program does not work correctly eitherClippy on Sep 25
    image didn't properly showSTxAxTIC on Sep 25
     That's all you are is STATIC!Clippy on Sep 25
      * the second image is a bit more clearSTxAxTIC on Sep 25
For STxAxTIC: SDL 2.0 from a link I looked up last year...Pete on Sep 22
 cool link, here's one in returnSTxAxTIC on Sep 23
  Re: cool link, here's one in returnPete on Sep 23
QB64 --- errr QB45v2SMcNeill on Sep 22
 totally brilliantmn on Sep 22
  * And it truly runs, compiles, and ONLY supports QB45 keywords. ;)SMcNeill on Sep 22
   *no matter how i interpret that, it's hilariousmn on Sep 22
    i notice it does not work out of the box "no compiler" etc.mn64 on Sep 22
     Re: i notice it does not work out of the box "no compiler" etc.SMcNeill on Sep 22
      if that's what you consider "putting c in basic," then it's really about where you put itmn on Sep 22
       Re: if that's what you consider "putting c in basic," then it's really about where you putSMcNeill on Sep 22
        some of us just want to get on with our livesmn on Sep 22
        * I was nice enough to even upload the standalone version for those interested now. Enjoy!SMcNeill on Sep 22
         this is an excellent tool for the use and study of QB64, thanks!STxAxTIC on Sep 22
          *Probably not. I don't do much messing around with SDL that often anymore.SMcNeill on Sep 22
           i noticed...STxAxTIC on Sep 22
            NEVERMIND! * (dont be an idiot like me)STxAxTIC on Sep 22
             *but i am having trouble with self-compileSTxAxTIC on Sep 22
              Re: *but i am having trouble with self-compileSMcNeill on Sep 22
               well, nice effort, but...STxAxTIC on Sep 22
                Re: well, nice effort, but...SMcNeill on Sep 22
                 very wellSTxAxTIC on Sep 23
                  the idea of a calculator that does other thingsmn on Sep 24
                   I thought nobody would ever ask...STxAxTIC on Sep 24
                    Wow, a website that doesn't suck. It's actually put together really well.Pete on Sep 24
                     made entirely in notepadSTxAxTIC on Sep 24
                      Tough crowd? Tough gathering maybe... Pete on Sep 24
                     i had less luck with his site. probably because i had 150 tabs openmn on Sep 27
                   * (its full of typos still, just look at the pictures, haha)STxAxTIC on Sep 24
 Re: QB64 --- errr QB45v2Ben on Sep 23
  Qb45v2Ben on Sep 23
  * Not religious reasons, comedic ones.Pete on Sep 23
  on the contrary (concerning FreeBASIC)STxAxTIC on Sep 23
   I suspect there are several FreeBASIC users...Pete on Sep 23
    ...shortbus to C.... LOL!STxAxTIC on Sep 24
     Re: ...shortbus to C.... LOL!Pete on Sep 24
      oops, forgot to respondSTxAxTIC on Sep 25
       SDL compiles faster than GLPete on Sep 25
       Bignum arithmetic tipsqbguy on Sep 25
        I stand corrected Luke & thx qbguySTxAxTIC on Sep 25
       * No, I use the latest version of GL from the repoLuke on Sep 25
     * I'm glad you like 'oodles'Luke on Sep 24
  "c" is for crusading, that's good enough for memenn on Sep 24
   I thought "C" was for cookie...Pete on Sep 24
    * Dammit. Now I can't get that cookie song out of my head!Pete on Sep 24
     sadly, he's all about eating healthy nowmn on Oct 1
if your tractor breaks, at least you have a place to sitwritten in sections, so on Sep 22
 don't think i'm all metaphors and no concrete reasonsposted in sections on Sep 22
 we desperately need a new word for "bloat"mn on Sep 22
 qb64 needs a better way to include things (and why this is key)mn on Sep 22
 rushing headlong into features (or not)mn on Sep 22
 it's kind of too bad that new features have to be added in cmn64 on Sep 22
  Re: it's kind of too bad that new features have to be added in cSMcNeill on Sep 22
   i appreciate what you're sayingmn on Sep 22
    Re: i appreciate what you're sayingSMcNeill on Sep 22
a QB64 null problem?Michael Calkins on Sep 22
 Re: a QB64 null problem?SMcNeill on Sep 22
  *okay. thanks for the reply.Michael Calkins on Sep 22
  i'm trying hardSTxAxTIC on Sep 22
   * but please don't bother responding - this is a big circle nowSTxAxTIC on Sep 22
   Sorry, I got to respond. ;)SMcNeill on Sep 22
    (as long ias it wasnt a bother, im not worth the time)STxAxTIC on Sep 22
     An include is not neededLuke on Sep 22
      *good point, i'm coming around on that issueSTxAxTIC on Sep 23
now that it's being fixed (it is, isn't it?) - to anyone that may care about itmn on Sep 21
 New Forum Policy: All posts must be completed in two words or less.Pete on Sep 21
  Re: New Forum Policy: All posts must be completed in two words or less.SMcNeill on Sep 21
   Re: New Forum Policy: All posts must be completed in two words or less.Pete on Sep 21
    Too many new things to learnSolitaire on Sep 21
     And just wait for the battle of the underscores, it's coming.Pete on Sep 21
      Re: And just wait for the battle of the underscores, it's coming.SMcNeill on Sep 21
       who knows anything about SDL2STxAxTIC on Sep 21
        I know something about SDL2Pete on Sep 21
         sdl was an ideal choice, i liked it from day one (actually,before most here knew about it)mn on Sep 22
  here you go pete, in two wordsmn on Sep 22
   And the horse, that as of last year, rode over it.Pete on Sep 23
 Re: now that it's being fixed (it is, isn't it?) - to anyone that may care about itSMcNeill on Sep 21
  don't be afraid to name me personally, SteveSTxAxTIC on Sep 21
   Re: don't be afraid to name me personally, SteveSMcNeill on Sep 21
    Don't worry. Nobody truly "leaves".STxAxTIC on Sep 21
     Back to BASICsPete on Sep 21
      Re: Back to BASICsSMcNeill on Sep 21
       The problem is the disagreements...Pete on Sep 21
        Re: The problem is the disagreements...SMcNeill on Sep 21
         then it's settledSTxAxTIC on Sep 21
          Re: then it's settledPete on Sep 21
           not that I speak for Steve, butSTxAxTIC on Sep 21
            Steve fiddles while Australia burns.Pete on Sep 21
             Re: Steve fiddles while Australia burns.SMcNeill on Sep 21
              Countless others? I thought Clippy wasthe one deficient in math skills.Pete on Sep 22
            ah, well thanks for owning this siteSTxAxTIC on Sep 21
         I know you have ears...Pete on Sep 21
for posteritymn on Sep 20
alternative QB45-compatible compilersSTxAxTIC on Sep 19
 i think it would be shabby not to reply at allmn on Sep 20
 Re: alternative QB45-compatible compilersPete on Sep 20
 A whole swarm of them at:SMcNeill on Sep 21
 thanks for your responsesSTxAxTIC on Sep 21
for those of you coming over (hattip to STxAxTIC)mn64? on Sep 19
NUL NUL NUL, that's not how you do it!don't make me compare it to another dialect on Sep 19
steve, this is how NOT to name a qb64 commandmn64 on Sep 19
 *AROSE$ by any other name would be BASIC? BUT, could thou any longer tell by reading it?william shakespeare gates iii on Sep 19
  and now for the constructive versionmn64 on Sep 19
 How about _STRBEANS? That way, Steve can compare produce.Pete on Sep 19
 Re: steve, this is how NOT to name a qb64 commandSMcNeill on Sep 19
  this is a reasonable and thoughtful response, which is > i deserve, but there's 1 thing...mn64v0954 on Sep 20
   Re: this is a reasonable and thoughtful response, which is > i deserve, but there's 1 thing...SMcNeill on Sep 21
qb64: a situation where _OS$ might not work the way it is nowmn64 on Sep 16
 *don't worry steve, i'm not asking you to break anything years oldmn64 on Sep 17
  * I didn't think so. You aren't Clippy after all. ;)SMcNeill on Sep 17
 Re: qb64: a situation where _OS$ might not work the way it is nowSMcNeill on Sep 17
  all i was saying is that os$ will probably create false positivesmn64 on Sep 17
   Re: all i was saying is that os$ will probably create false positivesSMcNeill on Sep 17
    my (second) favorite language (ever) is 100% OOPmn64 on Sep 17
     Re: my (second) favorite language (ever) is 100% OOPSMcNeill on Sep 17
      *thanks for this great response. i won't take up more of your time... for now ;)mn64 on Sep 17
   Have you considered...Luke on Sep 19
    no to the first one, yes to the second onemn64 on Sep 20
whogab64... possible dialects of nearly-basic and suchmn64 on Sep 16
 A dynamically typed BASIC is an interesting ideaqbguy on Sep 16
  obviously whether a language is static type doesn't determine dynamic type supportmn64 on Sep 17
   incredible program, by the waymn64 on Sep 17
   There's no conceptual difficultyqbguy on Sep 17
 I personally would never be comfortable in a dynamicly typed languageMichael Calkins on Sep 17
  that's surprising, when you break it down into what it really entailsmn64 on Sep 17
   in any case, there's an easy to have the best of both worldsmn64 on Sep 17
   Re: that's surprising, when you break it down into what it really entailsMichael Calkins on Sep 17
    duck typing = "reasonably" predictable typingmn64 on Sep 17
     Re: duck typing = "reasonably" predictable typingMichael Calkins on Sep 17
      it's way better than error handling in qbasic (but i think msft never finished it anyway)mn64 on Sep 17
  quickly: re: "I think the convenience factor of dynamic typing is negligible."mn64 on Sep 17
   perhaps a short example would help?Michael Calkins on Sep 17
    imagine what it would be like to NEVER need to worry about typing againmn64 on Sep 17
     *if it really makes things easier & everything doesnt turn stupid,it's probably a ducktypemn64 on Sep 17
     Re: imagine what it would be like to NEVER need to worry about typing againMichael Calkins on Sep 17
      bothmn64 on Sep 18
       Re: bothMichael Calkins on Sep 18
      Clean up on isle 5. Someone OOPed on the forum.Pete on Sep 18
       there's so little to do to convert a qbasic program to a python programmn64 on Sep 18
        Maybe with plenty of pixie dust...Pete on Sep 18
         if it helps, we were mostly talking about duck-typing in (SOME) basic context. duck !=oopmn64 on Sep 18
          * I'm working on my 4" Android keyboard, so I have my "i" on "u".Pete on Sep 18
           *had another subtle retort 4 that, but you can only be subtle for so long before youre notmn64 on Sep 18
            * Glad it's subtled.Pete on Sep 18
         What's with the posts that cannot be found? Clippy on Sep 18
          Re: What's with the posts that cannot be found? Michael Calkins on Sep 19
      input in qb and pythonmn64 on Sep 18
       input() vs raw_input()Luke on Sep 21
g-wan, eh?mn64 on Sep 15
 INPUT$(1) worksqbguy on Sep 16
  fun!mn64 on Sep 17
   Re: fun!SMcNeill on Sep 17
 That's easy enough to doLuke on Sep 21
Lots of spam has been posted here,Solitaire on Sep 15
 We keep getting flooded with spam in foreign languages.Solitaire on Sep 16
  pete must knowmn64 on Sep 16
   also an offer, with caveatmn64 on Sep 16
    i can see the flaw with this planmn64 on Sep 16
    Re: also an offer, with caveatMichael Calkins on Sep 17
  Did you read them? Use Google Translate?Clippy on Sep 16
   *Several were posted using Russian or Chinese characters.Solitaire on Sep 16
    I deleted several more.Solitaire on Sep 17
     whoa, is deleting legitimate posts the new policy?mn64 on Sep 17
      It wasn't important, or I wouldn't have deleted it.Solitaire on Sep 17
       *ok, cool, thanksmn64 on Sep 17
     Re: I deleted several more.Michael Calkins on Sep 17

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