Look at the OLD LBB Forum

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RNBW
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Look at the OLD LBB Forum

Post by RNBW » Mon Jun 15, 2020 4:10 pm

Has anyone looked at the old LBB Conforums Forum recently. I've not looked at it for ages and I decided to have a look today.

I'd forgotten just how much good stuff there is in there. It's well worth a look. There are some very good discussions and lots of example code with associated explanations; and not just from Richard.

Having been banned from the Liberty Basic Forum, I lost interest in LB somewhat and moved my interest elsewhere. I'm not much interested in graphics and games, but I must congratulate Carl Gundel on the concept of Liberty Basic. It is certainly the easiest way to write GUI programs on Windows. Obvioulsy, Richard then improved on that with LBB and in doing so got rid of the bugs. So put LBB together with Liberty Basic Workshop (it still works with Windows 10) and WOW. I my interest is renewed and I might even start writing with LBB again.

My biggest disappointment is the lack of action on the LBB Forum. I flick through various forums on my computer and all too often find myself the only viewer.

William1953
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Re: Look at the OLD LBB Forum

Post by William1953 » Thu Sep 17, 2020 6:02 pm

In my humble opinion the media (read: concurrence) stimulates prejudices on non-ObjectOrientedProgramming. Specially young people believe these. But LBB and similar programming languages are very good launch to understand the basics of programming. Sorry for my weak knowledge of the English :-)

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Re: Look at the OLD LBB Forum

Post by guest » Thu Sep 17, 2020 6:20 pm

William1953 wrote:
Thu Sep 17, 2020 6:02 pm
In my humble opinion the media (read: concurrence) stimulates prejudices on non-ObjectOrientedProgramming.
LBB supports Object Oriented Programming, see the relevant section of the supplied documentation, or read it online here.

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