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Hello Ed -2!
04-22-2019, 09:41 PM
Post: #41
RE: Hello Ed -2!
Quote:Well do you see new ugly icons in AurelEdit toolbar Big Grin

Yep, I have seen them :-)

I guess they are good as far as Icons go. I'm not a big fan of them personally, and in programs that let me, I turn them off.

I like "words" better than pictures. For instance, "Save" means more to me that a picture of a disk.

Quote:here is a EASTER hollyday...
so happy EASTER...i am just babeling because i don't have a clue from
where you are ..and is not important..in general

I live in the southern USA. Where are you?

I celebrated Easter with my family (and grand kids) yesterday.

I say: "He is Risen!"

And they reply: "He is Risen Indeed!"

Quote:I was just looking into qb64 forum like i do once or twice
a week ..gee i cannot found anything interesting to ,me
but i am still amazed what those people doing there
nothing,,,,Big Grin

So what are you interested in then?

Quote:but still qb64 do not show very good
reults in speed ...it looks to me that is slower than old
Creative Basic which is written in old MS VC++ 5.0.

Do you have any benchmarks to prove that?

Quote:That editor hmmm...hmmm.. he he ...
sorry man but i don't know what to tell you
it is very old editor from DOS age ..right?
probably u use it ver much trough time
ufff to hard for me to use belive me Huh

Yep, it came to life in 1985 as something called QEdit.

I'm using the latest Windows version (they released a new one just a month or so ago).

I use it because of things I have to do at work:

Need to make a change in 4000+ files? No problem.

Need to format a thousand numbers for use in a SQL in clause? No problem.

Need to compare two files for differences? No problem

Need to take a list of strings, and only keep the unique ones? No problem

Need to write new, complex editing commands? No problem, there is a built-in programming language.

I can change the menus, change key assignments, change virtually anything I want to.

I've only found a few editors that can do everything it can:

EMACS

VIM

SlickEdit

MultiEdit

Vedit

There may be more, but those are the only ones I know of.

Quote:Do you try to use something little bit newer like:
Code::Blocks
Programmers Notepad
Notepad++

Yep, I have all 3 of those installed, along with about 30 others. They are not bad, but they can't do all the things I have to be able to do on a weekly basis.

Quote:maybe Aurel Edit ..he he ..Big Grin
well it is open source and with your skills you can add/remove what
you wish ..yes there is quirks in o2 Sad

I have an older version of that installed too!
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04-22-2019, 11:23 PM
Post: #42
RE: Hello Ed -2!
-I like "words" better than pictures. For instance, "Save" means more to me that a picture of a disk.

so you are textual guy and i am visual ..he he

-I live in the southern USA. Where are you?

Europe...Croatia

-Do you have any benchmarks to prove that?

No i don't have but i have such a feeling
And how on easy way do some benchmark to copmpare
qb64 vs Creative, qb64 vs o2,qb....

turn some calcualtion inside loop ?
i guess?



-So what are you interested in then?
to be honest i am not sure ...
interpreters, electronic simulations of circuits and antennas
and some other stuff

..well i must say to you i have never be a big fan
og MS QUICKbASIC too
i somehow skip DOS era !!!


For this editor well ok if you say so
because u use it loong time

from my perspective this one is not for me

there are some good editors around and some of them
open source and can be forked
,,also Ed i don't need some advanced functions in my simple programming.
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05-02-2019, 05:54 AM
Post: #43
RE: Hello Ed -2!
Hi Ed

You often like to telling me how qb64 is a great interpreter
ok it is good but far away from great.
Just unzip file from attachment and run exe.
it is program written in Oxygen basic by Peter Wirbelauer
using gdiPlus api.
No problem there are many great programs which proof that
Oxygen Basic is much more better than qb64.


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05-03-2019, 07:43 AM
Post: #44
RE: Hello Ed -2!
(05-02-2019 05:54 AM)Aurel Wrote:  You often like to telling me how qb64 is a great interpreter
ok it is good but far away from great.

Did I say that? I like it, and think it is pretty neat, but did I say it was great?

Anyway, it isn't an interpreter. It is a compiler. Instead of compiling to assembly/machine language, it compiles to C++, and then lets g++ do its magic. Very much like FreeBASIC does.

It is an impressive piece of work.

And well documented, which is _so_ important.

Quote:Just unzip file from attachment and run exe.
it is program written in Oxygen basic by Peter Wirbelauer
using gdiPlus api.
No problem there are many great programs which proof that
Oxygen Basic is much more better than qb64.

Yes, very impressive. But I still have a hard time with it. Even you do - the syntax changes a little every 6 months, there is very little documentation.

Do you use the latest version of O2? Nope.

Do I use the latest version of QB64? Yes.

So, I think I like QB64 more than you like O2 :-)

Actually, I still do most of my stuff in C. I only use QB64 and FreeBASIC when I see something posted in one of those languages that I find interesting.
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05-03-2019, 04:39 PM
Post: #45
RE: Hello Ed -2!
Yes ED you have right about stupid changes
including minor syntax and other un-important things..
I have complain about that so many times to Charles
but he ignored what i said.
Dodgy
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