||ALL BASIC CODE (ABC) May 1997 ABC Packets Requires The ABC Reader.
||ALL BASIC CODE (ABC) July 1997 ABC Packets. Requires The ABC Reader.
||ALL BASIC CODE (ABC) September 1997 ABC Packets Requires The ABC
||ALL BASIC CODE (ABC) November 1997 ABC Packets Requires The ABC
||ALL BASIC CODE (ABC) January 1998 ABC Packets Requires The ABC Reader.
||----[ ABC Reader for Windows]---- Release: Pre-beta (12-25-97) Author:
William Yu Info: Requires The ABC Packets Windows 3.x/95/NT or OS/2
||--------------------------- The ABC Express Reader v1.5 Programmed by
William Yu Features: Tutorials & Music D/L The ABC Packets today!
||GET2PCX is a QB program to convert Basic graphics files generated
using GET and BSAVE to PCX format. (Read the comments at the top of
the .BAS file to see how to use the .EXE--or just run the .EXE with no
arguments.) New version will convert "SVGA G
||******* GUI Library ******* For QuickBasic 4.5. Popup boxes, mouse
support, 3D buttons, automatic text centering, Configurable Input Box,
Transparent text. Freeware.
||MBLfn32 let you use Win95 long file names
||Personal Comm Library for PowerBASIC. (PCL4PB61.ZIP), Dec 97, Ver 6.1,
[ASP]. Supports thru COM20 to 115200, 4+ ports concurrently, many dumb
multiport boards, 16550, 16650, 16750 UARTs, interrupt driven, RTS/CTS
flow control, any UART address and IRQ. Requires PowerBASIC compiler
(ver 3.0c or higher). By MarshallSoft Computing. $85 + S&H.
||PQSYNTAX Vs 1.4 - In the editor of the IDE of PowerBASIC, QBasic(DOS),
QuickBasic and Basic PDS, parts of the source text (Syntax) are
highlighted in different colors. Fast TSR in ASM/C/PB - all sources
||QBASIX: a TSR with an assembler library for the QBASIC interpreter. It
enables you to: - call interrupts, - get and set the command line -
set a termination code - copy and scan memory - get info about the
video system - test the printer - save and restore the screen and
||QuickBasic/QBasic Code Snippets
||This package (qbswap) includes a MS-DOS assembly-language routine that
can be called from a QB/PDS7.1 program. It will swap most of the
current program to extended memory (supplied by an XMS driver, such
as HIMEM.SYS), expanded memory (EMS version 4.0), or disk, thus
freeing up more memory for DOS. It will then execute another program
in its place, and re-load the original program to its original state.
This allows large DOS programs to execute other programs without the
original program taking up DOS memory.
||This 3d, real-time engine for Qbasic(r) contains a few new updates,
such as level editor sourcecode, a few minor keyboard error fixes, and
a new level loader interface. Its other features include
joystick/gamepad support, a level editor, easy interf
||REALLY BASIC BASIC v [ASP] - Step-by-step instruction for programming
in BASIC for beginners of all ages. Great for hobbyists or those
exploring career options. Supports multiple users. Includes
on-screen editing and run-time support. Programs produced are
compatible with QBasis and PowerBASIC. Interactive, individualized
instruction at its very best! Requires: MS-DOS 3.1+, 386+ 640K mem, 2
megs disk, VGA.
||Really Basic BASIC v1.1 Step-by-step instructions for programming in
BASIC. Suited to beginners of all ages. Great for hobbyists or those
exploring career options. Supports multiple users. Includes on-screen
editing and run-time support. Programs produced are compatible with
PowerBASIC and QBasic. Interactive, individualized instruction at its
||******* ReCom 1.1 ******* Recomment your source files. Works to
convert to/from C, C++, QuickBasic/QBasic, GW-BASIC, Assembly, BATch,
*.SYS (CONFIG.SYS), and Windows .INI files. Source code included.
||Tika Carr's QuickBasic/QBasic Code Snippets