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The NUM command

SmallBASIC implementations: 

I can't get the command to work ... Can someone give me an example? -- Steve

NUM [initial-line [, increment]] [Command]
The NUM command sets the values for the autonumbering. If the ’initial-line’ and
’increment’ are not specified, the line numbers start at 10 and increase in increments
of 10.

FLTK version release history

SmallBASIC implementations: 

0.11.5 Sun, 04/20/2014

  • The main change is a common display widget shared with the Android port. This provides vertical scrolling and multi-screen support.
  • The File/Export command allows you to develop SmallBASIC programs on your desktop computer, then export and run them directly on your Android device.

0.10.7 Tue, 05/18/2010

Performance

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SmallBASIC implementations: 

Hello all ,

I just started with this small basic.
Sorry that I must say this but small basic is a slow starter and also a slow performer.

I am working on a :

fujitsi siemens, esprimo E, x86 based pc X86-based PC , with 4 GB mem
1 Processor(s) Installed.
[01]: x86 Family 15 Model 4 Stepping 1 GenuineIntel ~2793 Mhz
Microsoft Windows XP Professional
5.1.2600 Service Pack 3 Build 2600

I even dare to say that my old pc running windows 3.1 with qbasic 4.5 performs better.

Any comments of what or why are appreciated.

doform, button, and some

Forums: 
SmallBASIC implementations: 

[windows (7), 0.10.7]

Hi,

this does not work, gives "UI: FORM NOT READY":
doform
button 0,0,-1,-1,btn,"btn"

and this fills all button variables, no matter which button has been pressed:
button 0,0,-1,-1,btn1,"btn1"
button 0,0,-1,-1,btn2,"btn2"
doform

this has no effect on array variable:
a << 1
a(0) += 1

non-installer version for windoz please

SmallBASIC implementations: 

it's 2013 and installers are no more where it's at; security is the #1 concern these days

thanks for reading and understanding

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