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Unread postPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2016 12:06 pm 
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Thank you Clark. Haven't seen code like this in ages. :) I'll give it a run when I have my computers available again.

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Geez. I know you want to get into RFO BASIC. The first thing I recommend is to download the manual. There are two: one in doc and one in pdf. I believe the pdf allows you to jump right to the topic of interest. For instance if you like to see how a "for" statement is used in rfo then you would just click on that subject and it goes all the way to that subject for you.

https://www.mediafire.com/folder/aesfd93b102dp/rfo_misc

The link is to a few oldies and new that are good.


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First thing I did, after installing RFO Basic, was download the PDF manual. ;) I knew I would need it and it has been very helpful so far. I'm the kind of person who likes to gather as much information as possible to be well prepared for a new task. And I actually read the manual... :)

Your link to mediafire had one item I downloaded because it is handy to have available offline: Learn RFO Basic - The Easiest Way To Create Android Apps.htm.

Thank you for your advice and the download, I appreciate it!

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Someone once told me, "You're welcome!" with a cheerful heart and now it's my turn to return the favor: You're welcome! :lol:


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i recommend this:
http://www.rfo-basic.com/manual/


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clarktntien wrote:
Someone once told me, "You're welcome!" with a cheerful heart and now it's my turn to return the favor: You're welcome! :lol:

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@gikam: That one is more up to date. Bookmarked it. Thank you!

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@gikam: That one is more up to date. Bookmarked it. Thank you!

A list of all BASIC! resources is at http://rfo-basic.com it contains a link to the online manual (more to date indeed)

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Thank you Nicolas, bookmarked it too. At least no one can complain about not having enough materal to fall back on when you are stuck. :)

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my mom got a phone to replace the crack one and the surprise is RFO BASIC APK also works on it

that is pretty awesome i dont know how it's done


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