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I Agree with your knowledge of STR$ with a space for positive integer number...and - for negative integer number. So it is in QB/QBASIC, and therefore in QB64 sorry I have forgotten....just for a bolt but enough for first posting
It seems that other languages also have this line of behaviour about positive integer numbers, nobody use + for positive integer and - for negative integer , peharps many thinkers with the same idea nearer to human thought and far from machine thought!
For us 8 = +8
and -8 = -8
, while for machine 8 = 8
, +8 = +8
and -8 = -8
I find this more interesting....
Quote from: firstname.lastname@example.org on January 08, 2017, 01:01:18 pm
Only wish i could use more than one form in a program. Using the SHELL command and passing info in temp files is kinda messy for such a large project.
About that, it's a QB64 limitation, unfortunately. If that ever changes in a future QB64 release, I'll be certain to make InForm work with it.
but I have not figured that this limit is coming from QB64 structure
, but as a choice of InForm developer!
3.I have had this experience, surely because I have made a mistake.....please can you say me the right sequence?
I want to re-edit a form....so
A. I have loaded the form in InForm
B. and then I have added new control/item....
C. and I have saved it....
but at save time InForm asks to me -->Some files will be overwritten. Proceed? Yes/No with No I does nothing, with Yes I get Exporting successful. Files output: XXX.bas, XXX.frm, XXX.frmbin Exit to QB64 ? Yes/No No does nothing, with Yes it loads QB64 ide with XXX.bas loaded into QB64 ide.
where is my previous code managing previous items that were already on the form?How I can preserve that code?Thank's for read and answer