(7)* Care to comment on what you learned? :-) Firstly, that LB4.5 will be (near) GA by month’s end! Secondly that you’re at least considering a Raspberry
(3)You might go here and click on whichever version you prefer. I'm surprised you couldn't find that page. Sent from Windows RT From:
(5)_____ Posted by: Stefan Pendl > _____ * You usually find many answers at the resources listed in my
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(6)... There is an include feature similar to C #include in LB Workshop. I don't know the syntax, since I never used LB Workshop.
(6)Thank you Stefan, On Tuesday, March 24, 2015 12:22 AM, "Stefan Pendl email@example.com [LIBERTYBASIC]" wrote: Am
(3)Also be sure you have windows set to display file extensions, if not it's easy to accidentally create files like myfile.txt.txt ... On Thu, 3/12/15, David
(7)Thanks for your help, Stefan. Regards, Paul On 09/03/2015 11:06, Stefan Pendl firstname.lastname@example.org [LIBERTYBASIC]
(5)Try the tutorial mentioned to you by Stefan, I start with it, and learned how to create a window by the following tags: Controlsopen the windowwait[Branch
(3)Am 03.03.2015 um 20:37 schrieb 'Brent Stojkov' email@example.com ... The colon (:) is used to concatenate statements on one line, so it can be seen as the
(9)Here is a "print using" routine I wrote about 5-6 years ago that may be helpful.
(4)Larry, I think the solution is in the help file under bmpbutton : Print #handle.ext, "bitmap bitmapname" This command sets the bitmap displayed on the button
(6)That is a pity LB would be a perfect solution on the raspberry Pi. Will try the virtualbox option, other than that looks like I will have to switch to Python
(6)- It must be a twelve month for a lunar year, not else.- the month must has names, so what names you want to use.-There is a lap year each 24 years of lunar
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