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 1   Internet and network programming / Re: Ftp upload utility  on: Today at 09:10am
Started by TexasPete | Post by GordonSweet
Thanks from me too. I am now wondering if there is also a way to send a few Commands such as at

http://www.nsftools.com/tips/RawFTP.htm

Gordon S.
 
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 2   Liberty BASIC Code / Re: .bas prg "dies," while .tkn version  on: Today at 05:11am
Started by GaRPMorE | Post by Stefan Pendl
On one of the wikis there is a list of FAQs, where one should answer this.

It also can depend on the way you launch the TKN, from the IDE or with the runtime engine.
 
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 3   Liberty BASIC Code / Re: .bas prg "dies," while .tkn version  on: Today at 05:11am
Started by GaRPMorE | Post by Alyce Watson
on Yesterday at 7:47pm, GaRPMorE wrote:
When I run a tokenized program, it remains in the list of processes shown by Windows Task Manager after the program is ended. If I run the basic program from which the .tkn file was created, it disappears from the list when it ends. This does not seem to be an "burning issue," but it does raise the question, "Why?"


Does your program include an "end" command? Are you sure it is executed as part of the protocol to close the program and all of its GUI windows? Do you include the mainwin? More info would be helpful.


 
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 4   Liberty BASIC Code / .bas prg "dies," while .tkn version lives on  on: Yesterday at 7:47pm
Started by GaRPMorE | Post by GaRPMorE
When I run a tokenized program, it remains in the list of processes shown by Windows Task Manager after the program is ended. If I run the basic program from which the .tkn file was created, it disappears from the list when it ends. This does not seem to be an "burning issue," but it does raise the question, "Why?"
 
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 5   Game and Graphic Programming / Another GetPixel example  on: Yesterday at 10:48am
Started by tenochtitlanuk | Post by tenochtitlanuk
Been meaning to do this for some time.
An anamorphic image is one which has been distorted such that it is practically unrecognisable, but can be made instantly viewable by a suitably typed and placed mirror- in this case, a cylindrical one.
And a chance to post a pic of my favourite dog....
Note this is a diagram of how to view it- the transform is the inverted arc of colour. I'll do a proper photo for the finished version.
User Image
I'll put code up on one of my web pages soon- it's pretty short!
 
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 6   Novice / Re: file conversion exe to bas  on: Jul 27th, 2014, 4:45pm
Started by debluzz | Post by tenochtitlanuk
We are chary of helping people do this, since it can lead to people breaking copy protection.
<<IF>> you have a valid username and password, email them to me as a PM ( private message) along with the *.tkn file as an attachment & I'll see if I can help.
Be warned that comment lines will disappear...

If you are not a registered user of the copy of LB you used I can't help...

JohnF
 
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 7   Novice / Re: file conversion exe to bas  on: Jul 27th, 2014, 3:40pm
Started by debluzz | Post by debluzz
Thanks for your help'

I checked for the file. I only have one file in .bak

and it's not the file I need ...I know I deleted it some how.

Is there a way that the .exe file can be (reversed) back to a .bas file or maybe the .tkn file ?

thanks again
 
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 8   Novice / Re: file conversion exe to bas  on: Jul 27th, 2014, 1:07pm
Started by debluzz | Post by Mattestion
If it's just that file you lost, check in a folder named "bak". In general, it's located in "C:\Users\MyUserName\AppData\Roaming\Liberty BASIC Pro v4.04" if you're running Vista and above. BTW, the "AppData" folder is usually hidden so you would have to enable hidden folders.

The reason why I say to check in the "bak" folder is because every time you run a .bas in the LB IDE, it automatically creates a backup file named exactly like your .bas but with a .bak extension. Just simply change the .bak extension to .bas and you have your file back.
 
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 9   Novice / file conversion exe to bas  on: Jul 27th, 2014, 09:39am
Started by debluzz | Post by debluzz
I lost my .bas program I wrote. but, I still have .exe file and the tkn file. How would I convert or rename to .bas so that I can print hard copy?

thanks for any help

I'm either searching for the info incorrectly or something
 
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 10   Novice / Re: My LB Project  on: Jul 26th, 2014, 7:08pm
Started by Clarence | Post by Clarence
Thank you for your reply. I did an experiment on another touchscreen computer where I dragged and dropped the desktop icons with my finger. No hesitation, no flicker, so I know what I want to do is possible. I ordered Carl's book and after I master the basics I'll tackle the advanced topics like bit blitter, double buffering, as well as DLLs, etc.

I go back a long way with BASIC. I programmed on a teletype terminal and saved my programs on punched paper tape! Later I did a lot of programming with C/Unix. This was long before GUIs, let alone touchscreens.
 
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