Article on numbers in Just Basic
« Thread started on: Jan 24th, 2012, 01:07am »
There is a new article on LBPE Numbers in Liberty BASIC with subtitle (all you ever wanted to know about numbers but did not know whom to ask )
It is 100% applies to Just Basic.
Liberty BASIC has only two data types: string and numbers. So if you have any numerical result it entitled to be "just a number". However, "under the hood" numbers in any programming language are a bit more complicated. Liberty BASIC is not an exception – and has complications (and unique abilities) of its own. To get most out of Liberty BASIC, you must understand what’s going on.
Numbers could be integers (AKA whole numbers) – without decimal point – and real numbers (AKA floating point numbers). Since Liberty BASIC has no Boolean (logical, yes/no true/false) datatype, numbers are used for this purpose as well.
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Re: Article on numbers in Just Basic
« Reply #1 on: Jan 24th, 2012, 06:51am »
hiiii! i need help with a program in basic!!! i have to make a program that reads a square matrix, prints it, prints the sum of a determined column, prints the sum a determined line, prints the sum of the main diagonal, allows me to modify a term in the matrix, determines the line and column of the lowest term, calculates the average of all terms. I must use sub rutines and functions. It needs to have a numerated menu. one of the options must show the credits of the program. i would reaaly appreciate if someone could help me!!!!!!!! it is very important that i have this by tommorow and i have been really trying to make myself but i havent been able to!!!!! pleaseee help. if someone can help me i will gladly give you my email address.