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 1   General Board / error trying to setup chm help file for usb flash  on: Today at 06:43am
Started by tooanalytical | Post by tooanalytical
Failing to setup JB to open external JB Help file (chm) on a portable installation of JB on usb flash drive -

I had already a couple years ago done this setup successfully, same usb flash drive using a now dead computer. Now with the same JB on the same usb flash drive, but using it on a newer computer, trying to setup the chm help file to be opened through this portable JB, this message is all that appears:

Quote:
((Information))
Windows returned an unknown error 11 trying to RUN
F:\justbasicvista\Just BASIC v1.01\JustBASICHelp.chm
((OK))


Reason for trying to setup this new is because the flash drive takes a different drive letter than did on the old - now gone - computer.
 
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 2   General Board / Re: HACKER's Code Breaking Challenge!  on: Today at 03:19am
Started by HACKER | Post by HACKER
on Yesterday at 4:55pm, sbmeTW wrote:
hi
ok, I`ll try to explain (not v.good at this , not a teacher).
if you look at your hard coded " correct " ,
your COR in " correct ", could be read as J = 0101010101
And if you follow this through ,you end up with J,W,J !.

So in hard format and you knew the code,you would find it hard to know when one letter ends and the next begins,especially when one letter ends in 0 and is followed by a letter begining with 1,and vice versa.
To overcome this problem , I suggested above solution.
cheers (this is the word in code in previous post ,using my solution,double last digit of letter denoting space).

Your code.
0=A
01=B
010=C
and so on
until
1=N
10=O
and so on
to Z=1010101010101


Interesting Idea sbmeTW

But as I explained before...

(And yes! the Hard format can be deciphered if a Person has the Key!
And uses the Correct Left,Centre,Right, Search methods!)

What I mean by the above is shown below with some Bogus Code just as an example,like you showed above! the Human mind is Amazing at understanding non complete info!

Bogus Code = 01010101010110101010101011

Deciphered = ILIKETOEATFISHFORBREAKFAST



Hacker.
 
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 3   The Just BASIC Environment / Re: Setting Up External Programs  on: Today at 02:47am
Started by thejoecole | Post by tsh73
Quote:
Where is that?

User Image
 
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 4   The Just BASIC Environment / Re: Setting Up External Programs  on: Today at 01:44am
Started by thejoecole | Post by tooanalytical
I believe I am missing the idea, setup external editor IN JUST BASIC, not in external editor.
 
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 5   The Just BASIC Environment / Re: Setting Up External Programs  on: Yesterday at 11:42pm
Started by thejoecole | Post by tooanalytical
tsh73 wrote:
Quote:
Is it really that hard to press Alt-tab to JB and hit Shift-F5 to run your code?

Ok
I have really old version of Notepad++ on my computer
(4.2.2)
I never used "run" menu,
but in a Plugins menu there is NppExec submenu
In there "Execute" item (hotkey F6)
it opens a dialog with this script ...


Where is that? In the notepadd++ editor or in the Just BASIC editor? Is it same as the Run menu of the notepad++ editor?
 
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 6   General Board / Re: HACKER's Code Breaking Challenge!  on: Yesterday at 8:48pm
Started by HACKER | Post by sbmeTW
Indeed!
It`s an old idea, not surprised to see it has already been on JB
before.
 
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 7   General Board / Re: HACKER's Code Breaking Challenge!  on: Yesterday at 8:40pm
Started by HACKER | Post by bplus
smiley sbmeTW, you are scampling!

http://justbasic.conforums.com/index.cgi?board=novice&action=display&num=1462978987
 
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 8   General Board / Re: HACKER's Code Breaking Challenge!  on: Yesterday at 7:47pm
Started by HACKER | Post by sbmeTW
You could code using this method.

I cnduo't bvleiee taht I culod aulaclty uesdtannrd waht I was rdnaieg. Unisg the icndeblire pweor of the hmuan mnid, aocdcrnig to rseecrah at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it dseno't mttaer in waht oderr the lterets in a wrod are, the olny irpoamtnt tihng is taht the frsit and lsat ltteer be in the rhgit pclae. The rset can be a taotl mses and you can sitll raed it whoutit a pboerlm. Tihs is bucseae the huamn mnid deos not raed ervey ltteer by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe. Aaznmig, huh? Yaeh and I awlyas tghhuot slelinpg was ipmorantt! See if yuor fdreins can raed tihs too.
B T W , No such research was carried out at Cambridge,this is just an example.
 
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 9   General Board / Re: HACKER's Code Breaking Challenge!  on: Yesterday at 4:55pm
Started by HACKER | Post by sbmeTW
hi
ok, I`ll try to explain (not v.good at this , not a teacher).
if you look at your hard coded " correct " ,
your COR in " correct ", could be read as J = 0101010101
And if you follow this through ,you end up with J,W,J !.

So in hard format and you knew the code,you would find it hard to know when one letter ends and the next begins,especially when one letter ends in 0 and is followed by a letter begining with 1,and vice versa.
To overcome this problem , I suggested above solution.
cheers (this is the word in code in previous post ,using my solution,double last digit of letter denoting space).

Your code.
0=A
01=B
010=C
and so on
until
1=N
10=O
and so on
to Z=1010101010101
 
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 10   The Just BASIC Environment / Re: Reload File on Activate  on: Yesterday at 3:55pm
Started by thejoecole | Post by thejoecole
Quote:
Setting Up External Programs
Reply#16 and 18.


Sorry, I overlooked that.

To think with these two threads, "Reload File on Activate" and "Setting Up External Programs"; all of this started with me reading Chapter 2 in "Programming For the Absolute Beginner, 2nd Ed"!

Looks like I'm going to have a lot more fun with Just BASIC (and LibertyBASIC) than I thought.
 
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