Any list of softwares made in fb?

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Provoni
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Re: Any list of softwares made in fb?

Postby Provoni » Aug 13, 2017 12:25

Tourist Trap wrote:Freebasic not mentioned in the description of your software?

It is mentioned in the readme.txt that comes with the program.

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AZdecrypt 1.07 by Jarlve
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FreeBASIC: http://www.freebasic.net/
Simple GUI: http://www.freebasic.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=24617
Discussion and support: http://www.zodiackillersite.com/

Tourist Trap wrote:(decyphering zodiac machine is somewhat a niche)

Yes, but it is also a very useful tool for classic cryptography and other such unsolved ciphers.
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Re: Any list of softwares made in fb?

Postby Tourist Trap » Aug 13, 2017 19:41

provoni wrote:Yes, but it is also a very useful tool for classic cryptography and other such unsolved ciphers.

I've no doubt on this.

I've a question for you, as you achieved a project that has apparently beaten the competitors:

Why did you choose to use Freebasic (and lothar's gui utility) for this project? Did you have in mind performance or ease in reading/writting the code, or anything else?
Provoni
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Re: Any list of softwares made in fb?

Postby Provoni » Aug 14, 2017 14:07

Hey Tourist Trap,

FreeBASIC allows me to iterate and express my ideas quickly without having to worry too much about the technicalities of programming. And Lothar's Simple GUI library much for the same reason.
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Re: Any list of softwares made in fb?

Postby Tourist Trap » Aug 16, 2017 18:38

Provoni wrote:Hey Tourist Trap,

FreeBASIC allows me to iterate and express my ideas quickly without having to worry too much about the technicalities of programming. And Lothar's Simple GUI library much for the same reason.

Thanks. I perfectly share this opinion.

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