Is anyone using a simple free console based BASIC interpreter and/or compiler under 11.2 64 bit? No, not Gambas or graphic IDE's. I can't find one that compiles for me. Most of them are quite old source.
on 02/20/2010 – Made popular on 02/20/2010
Gambas is the name of an object-oriented dialect of the BASIC programming language as well as the integrated development environment that accompanies it. Designed to run on Linux and other Unix-like computer operating systems, its name is a recursive acronym for Gambas Almost Means Basic.
The new version of my favorite programming software for Linux has been released. The Gambas 2 version 2.21.0 is available for download. This new version of Gambas brings a lot of improvements and now works well on Ubuntu Lucid Lynx.
OK, I think we're going to go with python and pygame. One last question, I started my son on BASIC-256 because of this article.http://www.salon.com/2006/09/14/basic_2/Do you folks think these ideas have merit or should I switch my son over to python right away?
If you are new to Basic programming language, you may try this free software from Microsoft called Microsoft Small Basic. This software was designed for beginner. The Microsoft Small Basic has a minimalist design with nice icons on the top of its main window.
I am new to shell scripts and many books have written that use #!(sha-bang) line in starting of the script to invoke the interpreter .And this will invoke a new shell for script and do the interpretation line by line.But one of my basic script is still running without the magic line.
so my questions are:
from where did my basic script get the interpreter.
how did the script manages to locate th