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    Thanks Matthew. That is exactly what I was...

    Thanks Matthew. That is exactly what I was looking for.

    Don
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    DiskInfo program posted several years ago

    Eros:

    Several years ago (2008 I think) I believe either you or another member of the forum posted a small GUI program in thinBasic that displayed disk volume information for all disks on a system....
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    Re: Devastating days now over

    Eros:

    I am very happy to hear that your ordeal is over now. You are indeed fortunate to be surrounded by such a dedicated group of fellow workers. I have worked with such dedicated people in the...
  4. Thread: about GOTO

    by GSAC3
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    Re: about GOTO

    I can understand Eros' objection to GOTO. Its availability
    can lead to very messy code, especially when used frequently.
    However, I must say that I have found it to be very useful
    at times when...
  5. Re: Super Function Plotter: Inspired from pages 41 - 64

    Kent:

    The Super Function Plotter is a beautiful piece of work, illustrating the power and facility of thinBasic, and is a very useful application. Many thanks for sharing you'r work.

    Don
  6. Re: Running MEMORY and MEMORY2 example scripts under WINDOWS 7 (64bit)

    Eros:
    :occasion:SUCCESS!!

    Works like a dream.

    Thanks

    Don
  7. Running MEMORY and MEMORY2 example scripts under WINDOWS 7 (64bit)

    Eros:

    I frequently use the API sample scripts MEMORY and MEMORY2 to monitor memory usage, and I just discovered when I run them on a WINDOWS 7 (64bit) system they are not reporting the correct...
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    Re: thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    Eros & Petr:

    The error was mine, not thinAir's.

    After looking at Petr's images, I realized that I was clicking in the wrong place on the menu. I was clicking on the RIGHT side of the FONT SIZE...
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    Re: thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    Eros:

    I am unable to change the font size in thinair under the OPTIONS menu for the editor window.

    Clicking on the font option has no effect.

    I am trying this on a WINDOWS 7 (64bit) OS.
    ...
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    Re: thinBasic beta 1.7.10.0

    Thanks Eros.

    Looking forward to giving it a try.

    Don :D
  11. Thread: Happy Christmas

    by GSAC3
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    Re: Happy Christmas

    Wishing Eros, Petr, Michael, and ALL the people on the ThinBasic forum a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year!

    Don
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    Re: Alternative IDE: PSPad

    Petr:

    I uninstalled PSpad, downloaded the most recent version, and reinstalled it.

    After the reinstall, and before I made any of your changes, I looked at the PSpad.INI file in the Application...
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    Re: Alternative IDE: PSPad

    Petr:

    I also am having the same problem as Martin with PSpad.

    Everything seems to be set up correctly according to your instructions, however, I am unable to get CTRL+F9 to start a run.

    Don
  14. Thread: Excuse me

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    Re: Excuse me

    WELCOME BACK EROS!

    Don
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    Registry Repair Programs

    Has anyone tried the new GLARY REGISTRY REPAIR program or the GLARY UTILITIES on their PC?

    I am looking for a safe and reliable registry repair program, and came across the Glary packages on CNET....
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    Re: Peg Solitaire - TBGL board game

    Petr:

    So far, 3 here.

    Don
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    Re: Yet another date finder

    Petr:

    You'r modification makes things more colorful and attention-getting!

    Don
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    Re: Yet another date finder

    Petr:

    Many thanks; I give it a try.

    Don
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    Re: Yet another date finder

    Petr:

    Attached is a revised version of the RETURN_DATES program.

    I found a small logic error in the previous ones that caused the program to miss some return dates. I had missed including one...
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    Re: Yet another date finder

    Petr:

    Good idea.

    Attached version displays up to the first 10 return dates on the console while writing the complete list to the output file.

    Don
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    Re: Back to the future - little taste of new TBGL

    Petr:

    That's a "cool" solution to Eros' heat problem.

    Don
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    Yet another date finder

    Petr:

    Attached is another version of my previous "date finder" program, RETURN_DATES.

    This one takes any date that is entered, for example May 18 2009 (a Monday), and finds all future May 18ths...
  23. Re: Learning Oxygen and discussion of ideas for projects

    Lionheart:

    Using TRY2_OXY, result is 5.526.163 SEC.

    Using TRY_FASTER_LIONMODULE, result is 5.726.216 SEC

    I am afraid I have not done very much with O2 so far; I am still trying to figure out...
  24. Re: Learning Oxygen and discussion of ideas for projects

    LionHeart:

    Here are the results running you'r "faster" test program on my laptop--

    TOTAL TIME = 5,532.283 milliseconds

    Don
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    Re: All Basic word count code challenge

    Charles:

    You'r version is a real screamer!

    I tried it on two different BIBLE.TXT files on my "beast" and got the following results---

    COMPILE: 47.622 microsec 46.630 microsec...
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