Let’s try adding another SUB. This program will show you how this works:
CLS INPUT "Enter your name: ", Name$ PRINT "Name$" PRINT Name$
The first PRINT statement prints Name$ on the screen. Try this program:
CLS COLOR 28, 0 PRINT "*** WARNING ***" COLOR 15, 0 PRINT "Programming can be too much fun!"
Color can be used in many ways to That’s because the variable wasn’t a string so the program wasn’t ready to accept text.
It is like PLAY. It is important to pick the right types when you are writing a program. If it finds the string, it will tell you where it is. A picture will move around the screen. %livelink1%
If we do not wish to make shared variables we can pass the values to the sub. Try the numbers from 8 through 15 to see what colors you get. Try “BF” instead of “B”. That’s where the LOOP command comes in.
See the email I sent to a reader on 12/28/2012 for more. CHR$() is very useful for getting characters that aren’t on the keyboard. Let’s look at both places. It refers to Quick Beginners All Purpose Symbolic Instructi…
Learned File | New DO…LOOP Chapter 5 – INPUT So far our programs have only talked to us. You can see the beginning and the end of the DO…LOOP more clearly. Not a very exciting program or anything, but it’s a good start. %livelink2% Probably not a good idea.
Change the Counter SUB like this:
SUB Counter STATIC C C = C + 1 PRINT C END SUB
That’s much better. Sök i alla nummerFörhandsgranska den här tidskriften » Bläddra i alla utgåvor1975198019851990199520002005 1 jan 19908 jan 199015 jan 199022 jan 199029 jan 19905 feb 199012 feb 199019 feb 199026 feb 19905 Did you see what it did? Hmmmm, ok, hopefully that worked.
Chapter 11 – Random Numbers Random numbers are numbers that you can’t predict. %livelink3% You might need to work through Chapter 1 first. Let’s get the computer to do some math for us. Math with long-integers is usually almost as fast as math with integers.
It’s PRINT. Full Review New Posts All Forums:Forum Nav:HomeSubscriptionsPrivate MessagesWho’s OnlineForumsOverclock.net ForumNew MembersOverclock.net Related News and InformationOverclock.net Member PollsOverclock.net Contests and PromotionsForum Platform Help and Discussion Bugs and Technical IssuesSubmit a Bug ReportResolved When you use the plus-sign “+” with strings, it doesn’t add them up. Let’s not save it.
QBASIC Code help? It will add a nice addition to your programs. Functions Functions are just like SUBs, but they return a value. We will do this in SCREEN 13.
You might need to load several different arrays in your program. Click on Start to run your program. This tutorial shows how to insert a picture in QB64.
To prove the computer really isn’t very smart, try entering “sure” or “yellow”.
On the third line, you’ll notice the familiar print command. QBASIC doesn’t use “X” for multiplication because you might want to have a variable called “X”. Join your peers on the Internet’s largest technical computer professional community.It’s easy to join and it’s free. A text file will be created to save preferences for a program.
You can also make lines in QBASIC and save yourself time with the pset command by doing this: REM this program displays a line SCREEN 13 LINE (10, 50)-(1500, 50), 4 Chapter 26 – Data Structures Built-In Types QBASIC offers five built-in types. Press the key. If it doesn’t, we fall out of the loop and our program ends.
INKEY$ will let you do this. Main Module said 15, because Scope didn’t change Main Module’s X, it changed it’s own X. please use use looping 😀 the structure wherein “while” and “wend” is involved 😀 Follow 2 answers 2 Report Abuse Are you sure you want to delete this answer? What I’ve done here is like introducing GOTO first.