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Not sure where to look to find that demo? Browse through this categorized section for quick links to Just BASIC tutorials, articles, and learning demos.


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Just BASIC Help - Overview

Just BASIC Help includes Articles, Tutorials, and Demos designed to help the new programmer understand how to begin using Just BASIC.


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Just BASIC Help - Logic and Structure

Learn these Just BASIC coding techniques to get user input, wait for user input, store your data orderly, make decisions, cycle through repetitive tasks, and more.


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Just BASIC Help - GUI Controls

Buttons, textboxes, listboxes, and other controls are detect user interaction in the GUI environment. Learn how to work with these controls.


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Retrieving, Storing, Sorting, Formating, and Printing Data

Data can be stored within the program with data statements. Data can also be stored and retrieved in files written to disk. It's easy to read, write, and append files with Just BASIC. Files can be sequential text files, random access files, or binary files. Once data is retrieved, it is often beneficial to sort that data.


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Using Variables: Strings, Numbers and Math Functions, Time and Date Functions

Variables can be either strings (non-numbers) or numbers. Programmers manipulate variables to achieve desired outputs.


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Media, Graphics, and Games

Almost any application, but especially games, are very boring without sound and visual effects. Learn how to include sounds and images in your programs, save high scores, include a progress bar, and more.


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Putting It All Together: Useful Demos

So you've learned how to program, experimented with a few commands, and designed your GUI. Now it's time to code a working application. These most often requested demos are well documented and explained.


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    « Reply #8 on: Jan 31st, 2010, 04:05am »

    Can i download them as pdf or doc huh
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    Sorry, maulanailham, it's been quite some time since I have visited this page. You can copy any webpage and save it in ASCII format. ASCII can be converted to .DOC format; .DOC format can be converted to .PDF format.

    Probably what you would prefer to do is visit each webpage, then click on File and Save As... use a name which is appropriate for you and add the .mht file extension. Windows will save any webpage so it can be viewed off line.

    If you are not using Windows... that's your problem.

    Good luck to you!
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    I have made a series on JustBASIC that goes from the basics to making a simple breaker clone. Could you please add it to the list? Thanks! Tutorials go to the tutorials tab on the site and click the JustBASIC link. smiley
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