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 Post subject: teaching an old dog new tricks
Unread postPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2017 11:50 pm 
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well versed in basic and programming in general. New to this dialect,android dev,this forum.
Hi to all, kuddo's on a very nice looking basic. Looking forward to the experience


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 Post subject: Re: teaching an old dog new tricks
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Welcome iamdenteddisk

Regards Roy


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 Post subject: Re: teaching an old dog new tricks
Unread postPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2017 4:10 pm 
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Thank you for admitting me,members and admin,moderator..

As i said above old dog here, started programming 1980 or there about with commodore 64 with basic then assembly then hand compiling machine code with ti86 calculators z80 asm and tibasic, till pc386 became affordable. Since then toy'd with every language to come after but qb was staple qb4.5 a 20 yr close friend i confess i strayed with the qb 32 and 64 projects till their ruin,imo and falling out over my protest. Been looking for a nice basic since something modern,capable,not Oo obfusecqted like C. Im an admited,proud spegetti coder.. on the fly creationist. i like flexing rules for results. For me programming is a love of the art, not business..i mostly delv in inteligence,predicate calculus,mathmatics,physics simulation. Hope to learn from you all and that i can contribute in a meaningful way..


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