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All MS Basic / QBasic / Quick Basic versions d/l and info.
#1
I've uploaded the files and a good piece of info here:

http://imaginatica.us.es/~wopr2k/qbdl

I tried to make a .tk account to make it easier to understand, but for any reason it is not working:

http://www.download-qb.tk

(EDITED: It's working now ^_^; )

Any bugs/not working downloads... Please contact me. I lost my copy of QBasic 1.0 source code, please if you have it contact me so I can upload it to the site as well.

The site includes the last QB45 complete package and the Qbasic 1.1 (Italian version) provided by Jonathan Simpson.
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#2
Nice. I've got the QB 1.0 source if you want it. Also, seems that the links on this page http://imaginatica.us.es/~wopr2k/qbdl/qb.../MENU.html are all dead. Did you forget to upload some files?
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#3
Thanks for the bug info.

Meh, I extracted those files from an old "Norton whatever" database, and the sucker generates uppercase filenames. Time to rename ...

Thanks, that will be solved in a while.

EDIT: Solved.

You can send me the QBasic 1.0 source code here: na_th_an@kieto.com if you don't mind, or provide a download link. Thanks again.
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#4
Excellent info Smile

A QBNZ update is in the ever-moving pipeline...
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#5
You have mail. I also noticed that your VBDOS download needs a .zip extension...the contents of file itself are fine though.
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#6
Promptly updated. Thanks again.

Btw, I have QuickC 2.5 and VB3 which can be considered abandonware as well. Should I upload them to the site?

I think I can dig for VB1 and VB2, I should have them somewhere.
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#7
Excellent information, na_th_an Smile VB1 for Windows would be kinda cool to see...I've been told that VBWIN and VBDOS are actually cross-compatible in regards to form/intrinsic control usage...is that true?
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#8
I've read in the VBDOS help file that it is true. But being a VB3/VB6 coder, coding VB1 is impossible to me. It has so little features...

[free propaganda]VB3 is great, code in it. Your proggies work in Windows 3.X which make you ubercool. The runtime module is around 256 Kb. It is perfect for little projects[/free propaganda]
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#9
I agree...VB3 rocked. Smile There are so many programs written in it, including some muy killer games Big Grin A little weird coding in VB3 after getting very used to VB6, though...VB6 is pretty self-contained, whereas VB3 feels "all over the place"...all its little floating windows and whatnot...hehehe Smile
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#10
Yeah, really MacOS-style. Weird.

Do you have games coded in VB3? I only found one which I used to learn how to use the 16 bits GDI API.
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