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Higher-order functionsAnonymous on Dec 27, 12:57 AM
   advanced features vs easy featureseasylangs on Dec 27, 2:25 AM
Tail recursionAnonymous on Dec 27, 12:37 AM
Procedure function distinctionAnonymous on Dec 27, 12:25 AM
Follow the link inside and see if you can spot what's wrong with it...GOD OF THE FORUMS on Dec 24, 6:19 AM
   congratulations on your powers, that is quite impressiveeasylangs on Dec 24, 2:47 PM
      Re: congratulations on your powers, that is quite impressiveSMcNeill on Dec 24, 2:55 PM
         * we are of the same opinion. hey pete? probably loaded on egg nog now, well-- b4 jan'18easylangs on Dec 24, 2:56 PM
            * I have had those "powers" since the August SPAM attacks (I try not to abuse them).TheBOB on Dec 24, 5:45 PM
               the difference is that pete gave you those, and steve was not expecting themeasylangs on Dec 24, 6:46 PM
   * Fixed. Now Steve can go back to his old throne... The one outdoors.Pete on Dec 25, 5:14 AM
my first graphics program in python (2009)easylangs on Nov 30, 8:36 PM
   * 2009? It took you 8 years to make that? I'll stick to BASIC.Wise Guy on Dec 3, 6:03 PM
      fixed!easylangs on Dec 3, 6:17 PM
         Don't make me bring Steve into this...Pete on Dec 6, 10:13 AM
            ive definitely missed part of the jokeeasylangs on Dec 6, 4:52 PM
similar files routineeasylangs on Nov 29, 4:46 PM
one question that never gets answered: which non-basic language is MOST like basic?easylangs on Nov 25, 7:01 PM
How would I port this program, which draws a Sierpinski trangle to Python?Anonymous on Nov 22, 3:53 PM
   you need freebasic for that...easylangs on Nov 23, 6:12 AM
      one other thing-- if youre going to keep posting code with the request to have it portedeasylangs on Nov 23, 6:35 AM
Is BASIC more concise, easier to understand, &c. than python?Anonymous on Nov 19, 5:12 PM
   thats a little like asking if english is long-windedeasylangs on Nov 19, 7:54 PM
      both basic and python coders believe their language is more readableeasylangs on Nov 19, 8:00 PM
Why write 1 line of BASIC when you can write 50 lines of Python?Anonymous on Nov 12, 5:37 AM
   i agree partly, though its not always like thateasylangs on Nov 12, 2:50 PM
   theres another way to look at this too: why re-use 500 lines of basic...easylangs on Nov 14, 5:21 AM
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