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« Thread started on: Jun 17th, 2005, 12:01pm »

Welcome to JUST Basic and the JUST Basic support forum. We are excited to have you along.

This forum is the JB Programming Discussion board. It exists for more experienced programmers to share code, discuss coding in JUST Basic and ask questions about their projects. If you are a beginning programmer who needs some basic help, please visit the NOVICE forum.

Please title your posts with some explanation that relates to the content of the message. “Please Help” or “Help me” and such does not explain what you want. “Problems with RND” would be a good example of a title for a question dealing with random numbers.

Feel free to post code here. The forum has a size limit to how much code you can post. It is quite a bit and probably won’t effect you, but be aware it exists. If you post too much code, click BACK on you browser, cut some of the code out and post it in a second message.

Please enclose all code you post in code tags. They can be inserted automatically by clicking the button on the second line of the editor toolbar with a “#” on it. They look like this:


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Also be aware that we maintain a separate files archive where you can both post and get code easily.

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It’s difficult to write a question that does not ‘trash’ Just Basic – I’ve downloaded it and am trying to modify some of the many programs I’ve written in true BASIC to run under it. The documentation accompanying the download is quite sketchy. One of my problems is connecting the intersection of lines that are part of a problem. The documentation mentions a command, posxy, that might solve my problem but does not say what it does nor how to use it. Is there additional documentation to which I can refer?
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« Reply #2 on: Aug 12th, 2014, 01:05am »

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Ask proper questions on "JB Programming Discussions", "Novice" or "Games and Graphics" - and get proper answers.
Keep trashing and get banned.

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One of my problems is connecting the intersection of lines that are part of a problem.

Explain a problem, and you might as well get an answer.

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The documentation mentions a command, posxy, that might solve my problem but does not say what it does nor how to use it.

Help contents\Language Syntax and Usage\Graphics\Graphics commands
is a single page with all the graphic commands.
On a posxy, it says
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print #handle, "posxy xVar yVar"
This command assigns the pen's current position to xVar & yVar.

There is a search in Help system.

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Is there additional documentation to which I can refer?

This forum; then searching, set "days" to something like 3000
This forum, Articles and tutorials section
JUST BASIC wiki
JB WIKI Building Blocks
It has help, hints and examples on virtually all commands. Here is posxy page.
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« Reply #3 on: Aug 12th, 2014, 01:22am »

The help file and help system is accessible from the help icon at the top of the just BASIC code development window. This is the window that opens every time you start Just BASIC.

It's a blue circle with a question mark , if it isn't working for you you need to read the FAQ on installing Just BASIC. See the top of this forum.
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« Reply #4 on: Aug 12th, 2014, 2:35pm »

Posting code that you are stuck with helps us to help you.

If you are translating code, you can also post a simple example in the other language and we will be happy to show you how it is done in JB.
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Problem with print using:

My matrix inversion program often results in answers that range from quite small, e.g 0.0000xxx to very large: XXXXXX.000. I want to display them in the form XX.XXXeXX

How?

NOTE TO ADMIN: This post should be a separate topic on this board but I don't know how to do that. I've changed the title. Moderator.
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