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Diamonds problemLisztfr on May 14
 Seems to me... on May 14
  * Box? Where did you get the box? :-P on May 14
 Is there a solution? on May 14
  One Solution. on May 14
   I think that's it... on May 14
    Re: I think that's it...Pete on May 14
   I screwed up. on May 14
    *Aha! Good one, Michael -- first one gave me a stream of HUGE numbers! on May 14
     *that was just for tracking the current number. on May 14
    You could do with some GOTOsDavid on May 16
     Are you joking?Solitaire on May 16
      Just to save us all some time... URL*Pete on May 16
      Ok it can easily be done without G*T*David on May 16
       Oops I didn't mean to put * at the endDavid on May 16
      No Gotos, much betterqbguy on May 16
       Oops it should beqbguy on May 16
        *now *that* has to be a joke... :-P on May 16
   one more solutionlawgin on May 16
Help! problems working with loops on May 13
 *In QBasic, DO loops are ended with the word LOOP, not ENDDO. The rest seems OK. on May 13
  thanksrommel on May 14
 Also, on May 14
  thanksrommel on May 14
   *okay. on May 14
2011fishes on May 9
 Re: 2011ChronoKitsune on May 9
 Get off your high horse.Solitaire on May 9
 Re: 2011 on May 9
  * since WHEN has Jesus become a "distraction" or a programming language? on May 9
   distractions on May 9
    * Now its a beer joint? on May 9
    There are times I miss that name.Pete on May 9
 * QB64 runs QB programs, so, yes, you still can code in QB in 2011.Pete on May 9
  And so much moreUnseen on May 9
  Do you have windows 7?Ben on May 10
   I still use XP. on May 11
    I still use my 98 SE machine on May 11
     98SE is the ideal operating system for running DOS games. on May 11
    I have windows 7 64 bitBen on May 11
     * Why do you NEED 64 bits? Are you calculating the deficit? on May 11
      Re: Why do you NEED 64 bits?ChronoKitsune on May 11
 *Do ***hats like this come here often?Citizen on May 9
  *not as often as they used to, I think. on May 9
  * I miss them! Anybody seen mennonite? :-P on May 9
  *No, "asteriskhats" with that type of message, maybe 3-4 times in what, 5years?Pete on May 9
  * Just little fishes now and then, acting like Moby-Dicks.Jaws on May 10
 You all DO realize... on May 9
  * Dammit Kew, keep it off the forum, too!Ken on May 9
  *welcome back, Kewbie. on May 9
  *Hi, Kewb! (yes it still rulez). on May 9
 *Don't feed the trolls...angros47 on May 11
 I'm still herefishes on May 29
  Bless you, fishes... on May 30
  Re: I'm still here on May 30
Can someone fix this code for me please?Zack on May 8
 Hint on displaying numbers with leading zeroesSolitaire on May 8
  Thanks, thatsolves my last two problems but what about the third one?Zack on May 9
   Display of timeSolitaire on May 9
   Perhaps: on May 9
    ThanksZack on May 9
Qbasic help (determine maturity value of investment) on May 7
 Read the Homework Policy above.Solitaire on May 7
  Re: Read the Homework Policy above. on May 7
   This is what I have so far on May 7
   Update This is the program I came up with on May 7
    Hello, aaron: on May 7
     That should be an exponent. on May 7
Trying to use the B$ASSN procedure in QB45Citizen on May 6
 * NEVER heard of it! It doesn't load when you run with the library either! on May 6
  Use QB64 and the C++ librariesUnseen on May 6
   *It's not an OS compatibility issue, QuickBasic rejects it when I try to compile/runCitizen on May 6
 I compile with BCOM45 all the time and never heard of B$ASSN on May 6
  The ONLY reference to it on Google is Pete's site! on May 6
  Sadly, I can't get it to runCitizen on May 6
   Why do you want to use an undocumented function anyway? on May 6
    *Well, it seemed like it would be both simple and faster than using PEEK and POKECitizen on May 6
     *Or you could forget about trying to use it and work it out with a genius like Michael.Pete on May 6
    Okay, a couple questions about using thisCitizen on May 7
     Re: Okay, a couple questions about using this (added P.S.)) on May 7
 B$ASSN is an undocumented function used by Microsoftqbguy on May 6
  Is that leaked closed source code? on May 6
  Good and badPete on May 6
Does the QBWORLDS thingy even work? on May 1
 * It shows a sign up, but it hasn't done anything for a while now. on May 1
user defined functionBob on Apr 30
 In QB64, DEF FN is not implemented (Alternative Inside) on Apr 30
  FN variable names are allowed, but it would be wise to avoid it anyway on Apr 30
 * DEF FN is not supported yet. Just convert it to a standard FUNCTION on Apr 30
 *Just hit Alt+Enter for full screen editor, and use _FULLSCREEN for fs output. on Apr 30
  * On some monitors, you have to hit Alt+ Enter twice.Pete on May 1
My page (new helps to read)OPRESION on Apr 30
 Hello, Opresion: on Apr 30
  Not to even mention the site page coloring that makes you go blind :-P on Apr 30
PUT limits...Unseen Machine on Apr 29
 * The byte position can be a LONG. 2 ^ 31 - 1 or over 2 billion on Apr 29
  *Thanks Clippy.Unseen on Apr 29
Ideas for string parsing...Unseen Machine on Apr 29
 Getting there....Unseen Machine on Apr 29
  You could make a find function on Apr 29
 RSS is simply XML with a defined grammar. on Apr 29
 What about recursive descent? on May 2
 Pete likes parsing strings....Pete on May 2
Help Needed: SHELL and audioZack on Apr 28
 The WIKI has a link to the DOS commands on Apr 28
  Ok Thanks*Zack on Apr 29
Calling MCPete on Apr 27
 You sure DIR can't do it?Unseen Machine on Apr 28
  My best shot at it...Unseen Machine on Apr 28
  * Forgot about that.../ta, /tw, /tc .Good job USM! on Apr 28
 I'll write you a qb64 program that will do it... (added PS) on Apr 28
  Err...i thinkUnseen Machine on Apr 28
   I'm thinking the only pointer I will need is to a string anyway, on Apr 28
    I sure hope you can get those API's to work.Dav on Apr 28
     This fails with "C++ Compilation failed" on Apr 28
      I've got a pure assembly version working on Apr 28
      Seems like a LOT of work no matter how you use the API's. on Apr 28
       but you need to be able to set it also, right? on Apr 28
 Oh, I forgot, the sloutionm must be no longer than one-line of code.Pete on Apr 28
  I usually like a decent challenge. on Apr 29
   Re: I usually like a decent challenge. (added PS.) on Apr 29
   Well don't give up on API calls on Apr 29
    re: Well don't give up on API calls on Apr 29
     Here is how it is explained in C++ (LINK) on Apr 29
      *time zones(url) on Apr 29
       M$ could have saved us a lot of bother on Apr 29
        * It's 2038 actually (for all non-Windows operating systems that are 32-bit).anonymous on May 2
QBasic helpGeorge on Apr 23
 Re: QBasic helpGeorge on Apr 23
 You almost had it. on Apr 23
 Another solution:Solitaire on Apr 24
  That gives you E numbers... on Apr 24
  That's pretty elaborateGeorge on Apr 24
Does Pete still program in QB these days? Well yes, yes I do.Pete on Apr 23
 *Needs more graphics, but the code looks nice and tight. on Apr 23
 *Don't make me blow up any more of your bake goods, Bob! :) Thanks!Pete on Apr 24

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