|Posted by codeguy on October 4, 2010 at 7:02 PM|
QB64 (downloaded here for Windows, or here for Linux) is the new kid on the block as far as BASIC goes. And while it can run most of your old code unmodified, never mistake it for the simple thing that was QB45. QB64 is a far different and more advanced system. And while being new, it has a diverse base of code you can easily adapt to your programs. While DKM's site is still in its infancy, we will regularly add program samples designed to highlight the very best of our contributors' knowledge. Whether it is graphical entertainment or serious business, we are all about having fun first, as well as finding and demonstrating solutions. and if you have questions, we will try to answer them for you the very best we can. And DKM is working on some NEAT games, demos and other stuff to highlight the abilities of QB64. My latest project is a non-tree version of BSP designed to be used for hidden image removal when rendering scenes unless unseenmachine beats me with the and actual BSP Tree sub.