Next Release of FnxBasic?

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Darren
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Next Release of FnxBasic?

Post: # 1137Post Darren
Mon Nov 04, 2013 10:56 am

Marco,

Can you give any indication for the next release date for FnxBasic?

Will it include my suggestion InstrRev?

One problem with FnxBasic is the following.....

If you had a project containing many ".inc" files if an error occurs on any of the ".inc" files, FnxBasic does not tell the user what file contains the error.

Regards

Darren

Marco
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Next Release of FnxBasic?

Post: # 1138Post Marco
Wed Nov 06, 2013 3:52 pm

This year ther become an update, The bugs you mentiont are fixed then, i hope.
I `ve to add some more of the wishlist before the update and prepare  and check it.

best regards

Marco
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Next Release of FnxBasic?

Post: # 1139Post Marco
Sat Nov 09, 2013 4:45 pm

Hi, I think you can do it with rinstr().
if you wat the specified character you do c=char$(rinstr(mystring,"test"))

hope this will help?
best regards

Darren
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Next Release of FnxBasic?

Post: # 1140Post Darren
Mon Apr 28, 2014 2:34 pm

Marco,

Are you going to release an update of FNXbasic in the near future?

I was wondering if you are going to add InstrRev?

I am trying to extract the filename from a path. For example

I need to extract the filename "Test.dwg" from the path

"N:EngineeringDrawingsCad DrawingsDrawingsTest.dwg"

I was going to use InstrRev to find the last "" in the path so that I can extract the filename.

Many thanks!!!!!

Darren

Marco
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Post: # 1141Post Marco
Mon Apr 28, 2014 3:15 pm

Right now i`m busy with a new fnx basic, more flexible, faster and smaller but that take some time.

revstr already exists in fnx it is the function rinstr()
so to get the filename you can do:

dim fil as string
fil="c:jhjhjlala.jgh"

fil=right$(fil,len(fil)-rinstr(fil,""))

maybe you must do rinstr-1 I did not tried it.

rinstr(fi,"") gives the position of the last in the string.

best regards





Darren
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Next Release of FnxBasic?

Post: # 1142Post Darren
Tue Aug 19, 2014 7:08 am

Marco,

Can you give any indication for your next release of FnxBasic?

Looking forward to its release!!!!!

Regards

Darren

Bob Hays
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Next Release of FnxBasic?

Post: # 1143Post Bob Hays
Mon Nov 24, 2014 3:54 pm

Yes - any news on the new version?

Anxiously awaiting  :D

Will the new version support user defined and nested user defined data types?

If you are keeping the Record and Type functions the same you could use "UDT" and the command.

something like...
<CODE>
UDT loc_t
    as integer x,y,z
end UDT

UDT udtname2
    as loc_t loc
end UDT
</CODE>

Once again Anxiously awaiting  :D

Darren
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Next Release of FnxBasic?

Post: # 1144Post Darren
Tue Mar 24, 2015 9:05 am

Marco,

Do you have a possible release date for the next release of FnxBasic?

Will it create 64 bit "exe" files?

Regards

Darren

minhyac66
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Next Release of FnxBasic?

Post: # 1145Post minhyac66
Tue Apr 21, 2015 10:47 am

Hello Darren,

FNXBasic works perfectly under 64bit, and I can create "exe" files with no problems !
My PC is under Windows 8.1 and 64 bits.
Regards

minhyac66  8-)

Darren
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Next Release of FnxBasic?

Post: # 1146Post Darren
Tue Apr 21, 2015 3:27 pm

Hi,

I am also using FnxBasic applications on windows 8.

FnxBasic can only compile 32 bit exe files not 64 bit.

Hopefully, on the next release FnxBasic would be able to create full 64 bit "exe" files!

Darren

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