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QuoteIt's always seemed to have been positioned as a BASIC compiler targeted towards the business/professional developer
QuoteIs anybody here, who believes that we will see a PB 11 or PB x64 soon?
Quote from: Patrice Terrier on November 07, 2014, 03:46:13 AMPureBasic uses another proprietary syntax that is not portable from one language to another, kind of super DDT full of Gadgets ...
Quote from: Mike Stefanik on November 13, 2014, 11:42:40 PMOf course, the same thing could be said about Visual Basic as well.
QuotePureBasic uses another proprietary syntax that is not portable from one language to another, kind of super DDT full of Gadgets
Quote from: Mike Stefanik on October 30, 2014, 07:49:02 PMI think the biggest problem is the "radio silence" from the PowerBASIC staff and their marketing efforts seem to be non-existent lately. It's always seemed to have been positioned as a BASIC compiler targeted towards the business/professional developer, but they seem to be falling behind the curve there and I'm not sure they have the resources to change things.
Quote from: Tom Perkins on November 14, 2014, 06:24:45 PMBut PureBasic is still universally used and still close to the original standard instruction set.
Quote from: Tom Perkins on November 14, 2014, 06:24:45 PMLook what has all changed in the meantime, the hardware, the operating systems, the computing power, the Internet and the entire software environment. Requirements and target groups are constantly changing, old structures break up and regroup. Under these circumstances, it is normal if the compiler is developed in line with new challenges. The root is still BASIC!
Quote from: Frederick J. Harris on November 15, 2014, 01:45:10 AMI imagine it can be used like PowerBASIC though, making direct Api calls, while ignoring the 'super DDT full of gadgets'?
Quote... It does not have a real GOSUB/RETURN... Instead what they got is XML and JSON (Java stuff) support...
QuoteWhat it has is a large set of libraries and a active community.
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