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Billy Mays here for CLS 3!Billy Mays on Jul 4
 Re: Billy Mays here for CLS 3!SMcNeill on Jul 4
  Pete says 'Amusing' you say 'Amazing' so I'll put my 40 yrs of experience to work...Mr. Trump on Jul 5
Amusing Steve and his _FILEINUSE-LESS statementPete on Jul 4
 Re: Amusing Steve and his _FILEINUSE-LESS statementSMcNeill on Jul 4
  Use FREEFILE, fool!Mr. T on Jul 4
   Re: Use FREEFILE, fool!SMcNeill on Jul 4
    Make OPEN a function,Michael Calkins on Jul 9
     Re: Make OPEN a function,Luke on Jul 9
      because then you have to have a seperate FREEFILE.Michael Calkins on Jul 9
       No, no, no!Pete on Jul 9
        You don't need no stinking FREEFILE ARRAY! Just number them consecutively. *Clippy on Jul 9
         You're wrong about that, but you can lose the array as in this example...Pete on Jul 9
        * Your title implies that you're contradicting me, but your post doesn't seem to.Michael Calkins on Jul 9
         Yeah, remember, I love stirring the pot.Pete on Jul 9
          The developers of FREEFILE didn't have any problemsClippy on Jul 9
           Re: The developers of FREEFILE didn't have any problemsPete on Jul 9
            LMAO, duplicate variables will tend to make all kinds of errors SkippyClippy on Jul 9
             * I already posted a better example of unique variables, fool.Mr. Pete on Jul 9
The QB version of Kobayashi Maru...Pete on Jul 3
 Glad QB64 was compatible...*Clippy on Jul 3
anyone an expert at RANDOMIZE?Dave on Jun 30
 You can use most any value as a seed for RANDOMIZE...TheBOB on Jul 1
 Re: anyone an expert at RANDOMIZE?Michael Calkins on Jul 1
  Still not quite sure...Dave on Jul 1
   RND random values are determined by a special formulaClippy on Jul 2
   Re: Still not quite sure...Michael Calkins on Jul 2
    thanks...Dave on Jul 2
    got itDave on Jul 3
Hmm, seems someone found that STATIC forces uppercase in IDE. Just goes to show...Pete on Jun 28
 LOL, welcome back FOO fighter! *Clippy on Jun 28
  Thanks, I wasn't getting enough sleep, so I visited the QB64 forum...Pete on Jun 29
   Visit my forum and you might actually stay awakeWaltersmind - A.K.A. The Joyful Programmer on Jun 29
    Well, it's shiny. That makes it a little harder to nod off...Pete on Jun 29
     I have to polish it often to keep the dust offWaltersmind - A.K.A. The Joyful Programmer on Jun 29
      Wow, it's even shinier!Pete on Jun 29
KontaktMat on Jun 22
 * feel free to contact me via email: smcneill@swva.netSMcNeill on Jun 23
  * Or better still, send him $10 a month and get his daily corn report in your inbox!Pete on Jun 23
QB64 getting ready to really work on Android? First thing I have to say is, Jesus Christ.Pete on Jun 19
 *Great news, Pete. Congrats! (BTW, Jesus called-won't be able to make it this millennium).TheBOB on Jun 19
 Re: QB64 getting ready to really work on Android? First thing I have to say is, Jesus Christ.Luke on Jun 20
  AMEN to all that. (No pun intended.) That nails it Luke. *STx on Jun 21
   * So now you're moonlighting as a theoretical theologists, too?Pete on Jun 21
    * Well, I can see Pete is still a jealous miserable old f***STx on Jun 21
     Wrong as usual, but Common Core states I have to give you partial credit for...Pete on Jun 21
      Re: Wrong as usual, but Common Core states I have to give you partial credit for...SMcNeill on Jun 21
       You're in charge of sprinkles...Pete on Jun 21
        Hmmm, I suspect a family feud of the selfish...ME ME IClippy on Jun 21
         I don't know who the heck you are, but I reported you to the FBI for impersonating ClippySMcNeill on Jun 21
          * Look who's whining and moaning now!Pete on Jun 21
QB64x32 to QBx64Mat on Jun 13
 Re: QB64x32 to QBx64SMcNeill on Jun 15
  QB64x32 to QBx64Mat on Jun 15
   Re: QB64x32 to QBx64SMcNeill on Jun 15
    QB64x32 to QBx64Mat on Jun 16
     Re: QB64x32 to QBx64SMcNeill on Jun 16
      QB64x32 to QBx64Mat on Jun 17
       I am happy you got what you wantedWaltersmind A.K.A. The Joyful programmer on Jun 17
        QB64x32 to QBx64Mat on Jun 18
         I was not offended by your commentsWaltersmind - a.k.a. The Joyful Programmer on Jun 18
          Well you missed me in that one... *Clippy on Jun 19
       Re: QB64x32 to QBx64SMcNeill on Jun 17
    I HAVE ALREADY TRIED TO HELP MATTWaltersmind - A.K.A. The Joyful Programmer on Jun 17
     Re: I HAVE ALREADY TRIED TO HELP MATTSMcNeill on Jun 17
      Something changed somewhere thenWaltersmind A.K.A. The Joyful Programmer on Jun 17
       Re: Something changed somewhere thenSMcNeill on Jun 17
        Good AdviceWaltersmind A.K.A. The Joyful Programmer on Jun 17
     I would think that Joyful Programmers would leave me be!...*Clippy on Jun 17
      I can't ClippyWaltersmind A,K.A The Jyoful Programmer on Jun 17
Millsgeorge on Jun 10
 mill 2george on Jun 12
  Possible Division by 0 error!Clippy on Jun 12
   *easiest solution is to just use _ATAN2SMcNeill on Jun 12
  * Reminds me of a magnetic spin field. Cool visual.STx on Jun 13
Why is it that my own code always give me headach...Lisztfr on May 31
 That's because you're not really an OOP programmer...TheBOB on May 31
  True..lisztfr on Jun 10
 * are you named after the composer / pianistFranz Liszt on Jun 10
  YesLiszt on Jun 10
   Oh, good grief!Kewbie on Jun 10
    *Interesting. I just took it for granted that the inspiration was Franz Liszt.TheBOB on Jun 10
   ...don't criticize the choices of your wife, you are one of them *Wisdom Detector on Jun 20
QB64, "REAL" QBasic?merlinfire on May 29
 Virtually the same...TheBOB on May 29
  Re: Virtually the same...SMcNeill on May 29
   SDL does not update anymoreClippy on May 29
   *Yeah, Steve. I'm still using SDL (all I need). Wasn't aware of that GL capability.TheBOB on May 29
  It's not retrocompabileLisztfr on May 30
   Re: It's not retrocompabileSMcNeill on May 30
    using the qb45 subsetSTx on May 30
     I still use the QB45 CALL INTERRUPT mouse routines.Pete on May 30
 Re: QB64, "REAL" QBasic?Michael Calkins on May 29
  You forgot to mention a hell of a lot more memory.Pete on May 29
   Re: You forgot to mention a hell of a lot more memory.Michael Calkins on Jun 2
    * Even Michael should know that Hell is capitalized...because of the fear factor involved.Clippy on Jun 6
QB for Android ?Lisztfr on May 29
 QB64 may have Android capabilities later this year *Clippy on May 29
  *I'd rather bet on something more likely. Maybe team up with Steve and make a flying pig.Pete on May 29
   Oh yeah, what are you using for Android? C or Java? FB? *Clippy on May 29
How to highlight a word in a text line ?Lisztfr on May 26
 * I see i will need to redraw every part i want to hightlightLisztfr on May 26
 It depends on whether you want to use POKE.Michael Calkins on May 26
  * or _MEMPUT directly to the screen image as well in QB64.SMcNeill on May 26
  Re: It depends on whether you want to use POKE.Clippy on May 26
best language beside qb ?Lisztfr on May 25
 PythonLisztfr on May 25
 depends on what you mean by best...merlinfire on May 29
 *perl, rexx and forth are all good languages too.Kewbie on May 29
 WHY are you talking about them here Frenchy? *Clippy on May 29
1, 2, 4 encodingLisztfr on May 24
 Re: 1, 2, 4 encodingMichael Calkins on May 25
  Bitwise operationsLisztfr on May 25
   *Ok thanks MichaelLisztfr on May 25
   Re: Bitwise operationsSMcNeill on May 25
    -1Lisztfr on May 25
     Re: -1SMcNeill on May 26
      It works with any number.Lisztfr on May 26
       Re: It works with any number.SMcNeill on May 26
        *Yes but it's not a binary bit inversion....Lisztfr on May 26
         more logicLisztfr on May 26
          Re: more logicSMcNeill on May 26
          signed integers use "two's compliment"Michael Calkins on May 26
          * If you're using QB64, you can get around it with _UNSIGNEDMichael Calkins on May 26
           In QB64 I get 65536 for single and long. 0 for integerClippy on May 26
            Re: In QB64 I get 65536 for single and long. 0 for integerSMcNeill on May 26
         It is. Try the following code in QB64SMcNeill on May 26
          2^7 * 2^8 = 32768Lisztfr on May 26
           That's 2 ^ 15. GUESS what 2 ^ 16 gives you?Clippy on May 26
      *The initila title -1 suggest the result of NOT ALisztfr on May 26
   Use the QB64 WIKIClippy on May 25
    * 84? '84 was a good year. Reagan was President! :DPete on May 25
     *Sorry, Pete--I changed it to "QB64" before I saw your post.TheBOB on May 25
      * You're forgiven. After all, Reagan wasn't President of Canada.Pete on May 25
     May have been a good year for you but not America! Thanks Bob*Clippy on May 26
  * I said DOUBLE. I meant LONG.Michael Calkins on May 26

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