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#91
If you forget to close a program, the next time you try to run it, it will not run correctly. 

hi Rick
I just check this ...same your program ThePentagon is compiled.
so i close AurelEdit editor then run editor again
open example Thepentagon.txt
click green arrow toolbar button RUN
and voila ..your program is up and running..
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#92
(06-08-2019, 01:48 PM)Aurel Wrote: If you forget to close a program, the next time you try to run it, it will not run correctly. 

hi Rick
I just check this ...same your program ThePentagon is compiled.
so i close AurelEdit editor then run editor again
open example Thepentagon.txt
click green arrow toolbar button RUN
and voila ..your program is up and running..

 I have not seen the problem in a long time. It may have been an old version of Windows, or maybe I did something the computer didn't like.
I remember having several copies of the program on the tool bar.
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#93
I don't know
i am using windows 7 - 32bit
because i don't tried yet to compile Aurel Edit on 64bit systems
i already have ..both
win7_64bit and win10_64..
author of Oxygen constantly change some things including BAD things.
Recently i have strange problems with well known api SendMessage()
do you believe that ?
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#94
I come back with a question a have posted severals days ago :

is it possible to split code in several files with NAALAA (using INCLUDE) ?

I have tried without succes
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#95
intersting 
a question and a answer in same post 
without any explanation.
cool  Wink
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#96
(06-13-2019, 05:56 PM)drfloyd Wrote: I come back with a question a have posted severals days ago :

is it possible to split code in several files with NAALAA (using INCLUDE) ?

I have tried without success

 It is possible to do this. Most of the larger programs on naalaa use this method. Take a look at the ones written by Marcus.
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#97
so in fact, it solve the problems of limitations of the IDE ?
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#98
(06-14-2019, 06:39 AM)drfloyd Wrote: so in fact, it solve the problems of limitations of the IDE ?

It helps. Most of the limitations should be found in the program, naalaa6.exe

There is no way for me to know unless I write a program big enough to find out.
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#99
(04-28-2019, 01:17 PM)drfloyd Wrote: Hello

Laurent from France,

Great Basic Langage !!!! I discover it yesterday.

(Hope you will understand my bad english)

I create games in basic like this one (in BLITZ 3D)
https://www.gamopat-forum.com/t101951-co...it#2922832

I hore to create the next one with NAALAA ! It seems as good as BLITZ 3D (?)
And I will ask questions if I have difficulties with the syntax....

See you

I have the original Blitz 3d. It cost 100 dollars when I got it.

 These days I use NaaLaa instead. It's easier to use. Yes, Blitz3d has many more functions.

My version works fine on Windows10, but I have only used the 2d functions.
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(04-28-2019, 01:17 PM)drfloyd Wrote: Hello

Laurent from France,

Great Basic Langage !!!! I discover it yesterday.

(Hope you will understand my bad english)

I create games in basic like this one (in BLITZ 3D)
https://www.gamopat-forum.com/t101951-co...it#2922832

I hore to create the next one with NAALAA ! It seems as good as BLITZ 3D (?)
And I will ask questions if I have difficulties with the syntax....

See you

Interesting. I like your website. 

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