No OOP?

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kip
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No OOP?

Postby kip » Apr 25, 2019 17:36

Can I create, compile and execute an offline program with only Free Basic (and an appropriate IDE),
but without any OOP or other external programming code? My program is very simple, but does input
a text file that has uniform records, one per line.
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Re: No OOP?

Postby Imortis » Apr 25, 2019 20:35

FreeBASIC's OOP (Object Oriented Programming) features are completely optional. You don't have to use them if you don't want to.
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Re: No OOP?

Postby badidea » Apr 25, 2019 20:52

kip wrote:Can I create, compile and execute an offline program with only Free Basic (and an appropriate IDE),
but without any OOP or other external programming code? My program is very simple, but does input
a text file that has uniform records, one per line.
Yes, on al parts of the question. An IDE is not even required. Notepad + command line is sufficient.
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Re: No OOP?

Postby Tourist Trap » Apr 26, 2019 12:30

kip wrote:Can I create, compile and execute an offline program with only Free Basic (and an appropriate IDE),
but without any OOP or other external programming code? My program is very simple, but does input
a text file that has uniform records, one per line.

Hi kip,

yes you can use FB this way. You can then take profit of the abundant set of examples of the Visual Basic galaxy. When it comes to VBA, or VB6, without OOP, FB is nearly 100% compatible. (That's what I do in many cases)

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