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February 25, 2020, 06:03:16 PM

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General Discussion / Re: Computer language window shopping
« Last post by GaborD on Today at 05:24:21 PM »
Haha yeah, I guess we all have, at one time or the other, sung the My Engine Got Dumped blues.
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SmallBASIC / Re: 0.12.17 released
« Last post by Aurel on Today at 03:19:19 PM »
Quote
They may not be willing to let end users to view their source codes

Yes it is not very smart always share your code.
For compact exe we must wait for Chris respond,he probably know how to create simple binder to create
compact exe.
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General Discussion / Re: Logic Question
« Last post by Matty on Today at 01:48:02 PM »
Excuse me...can anyone identify this sound coming from outside my house at 12am in the middle of the night?

It occurs in sporadic intervals, repeatedly, after midnight.

It sounds a bit like machinery, but hard to tell?

I live in a residential suburb surrounded by woods/trees.

There is an industrial area not far from here, which is not manufacturing based but more warehousing sort of stuff.

attached

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SmallBASIC / Re: 0.12.17 released
« Last post by round157 on Today at 12:57:12 PM »
Yes round157, in SmallBASIC the Output Screen is just another part of the Editor, in fact you can toggle back and forth from Editor and Output Screen which makes it handy to modify programs for aligning PRINTs and boxes and whatever. Can't do that with QB64 because only exe's are Run (though you can Run the exe in separate window or 10 of them).

SmallBASIC is a suitable tool for learning programming. If programs can be run without the editor, SmallBASIC will also be suitable for serious hobbyist programmers. Many serious hobbyist programmers like to write useful programs for other people to use. They may think that distributing source codes with SmallBASIC editors to end users is not too nice. Furthermore, they may also want to protect their source codes. They may not be willing to let end users to view their source codes.


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General Discussion / Re: Emergent behaviour
« Last post by iWasAdam on Today at 12:32:06 PM »
You are now
The NAKED Avenger  :o
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General Discussion / Re: Computer language window shopping
« Last post by GfK on Today at 12:24:33 PM »
Just find a language, and stick to it.  Preferably not one that's going to be thrown in the bin by it's creator after you've spent five years of your f*cking life learning it's intricacies, quirks and gotchas, leaving you struggling to keep up with modern trends whilst still trying to get the best out of the 20-year old technology you've been left DUMPED WITH FFS!  >:(

 ;D
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8-bit / 16-bit retro world / Re: Pushing the ZX Spectrum.
« Last post by Qube on Today at 10:28:50 AM »
Wow! That is some fantastic pushing the limits of the good old ZX. Very clever usage of the palette / area limitations. Don’t ya just love this kinda stuff ;D
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8-bit / 16-bit retro world / Re: Pushing the ZX Spectrum.
« Last post by Steve Elliott on February 24, 2020, 09:43:47 PM »
Some impressive coding and pixel art there.  Imagine what coders could do with a 28Mhz, 256 colour Speccy with hardware sprites and hardware scrolling, plus at least 1Gb RAM.

Another good video from The Nostalgia Nerd as he reviews the ZX Spectrum Next:

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General Discussion / Re: Computer language window shopping
« Last post by zxretrosoft on February 24, 2020, 08:23:39 PM »
AGK is the 100% best language I have seen in my life  8) ;)
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8-bit / 16-bit retro world / Pushing the ZX Spectrum.
« Last post by dawlane on February 24, 2020, 08:19:39 PM »
Now if this was achieved back in the old days. They would have been big titles.
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