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Last edited on 2020-03-18 01:11:02 by fxm [create new page to complete]
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Edited on 2020-03-14 09:16:03 by fxm [create new page to complete]
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A binary file is simply one in a binary (i.e. non-text) format.
The binary format means that the file's contents should not be transformed for platform-specific reasons (e.g. replacing newlines from \n to \r\n).
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A binary file is simply one in a binary (i.e. non-text) format. The binary format means that the file's contents should not be transformed for platform-specific reasons (e.g. replacing newlines from \n to \r\n).


Revision [23950]

Edited on 2020-03-13 05:14:51 by fxm [create new page to complete]
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Binary files are not necessarily executable, for example a library compiled to **##'*.dll'##** or **##'*.a'##** form is a binary but not an executable.
On Windows, the file's extension must be one of a fixed set of executable file extensions, including **##'*.exe'##**.
fbc is a command line program that takes ""FreeBASIC"" source/include files (**##'*.bas'##**""/""**##'*.bi'##**) and object/library files (**##'*.o'##**""/""**##'*.a'##**), then compiles them into executables.
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Binary files are not necessarily executable, for example a library compiled to *.dll or *.o form is a binary but not an executable.
On Windows, the file's extension must be one of a fixed set of executable file extensions, including *.exe.
fbc is a command line program that takes ""FreeBASIC"" source/include files (*.bas/*.bi) and object/library files (*.o/*.a), then compiles them into executables.


Revision [23949]

Edited on 2020-03-13 03:32:38 by fxm [create new page to complete]
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fbc is a command line program that takes ""FreeBASIC"" source/include files (*.bas/*.bi) and object/library files (*.o/*.a), then compiles them into executables.
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fbc is a command line program that takes ""FreeBASIC"" source code files (*.bas) and object code files (*.o), then compiles them into executables.


Revision [23948]

Edited on 2020-03-13 03:06:55 by fxm [create new page to complete]

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Revision [23947]

Edited on 2020-03-12 15:51:56 by fxm [create new page to complete]
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""FreeBASIC"" provides the ""FreeBASIC"" compiler/linker program (fbc or fbc.exe), as well as the tools and libraries it uses.
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""FreeBASIC"" gives you the ""FreeBASIC"" compiler/linker program (fbc or fbc.exe), plus the tools and libraries used by it.


Revision [23946]

Edited on 2020-03-12 12:32:00 by fxm [create new page to complete]
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Binary files are not necessarily executable, for example a library compiled to *.dll or *.o form is a binary but not an executable.
On Windows, the file's extension must be one of a fixed set of executable file extensions, including *.exe.
Deletions:
Binary files are not necessarily executable, for example a library compiled to .dll or .o form is a binary but not an executable.
On Windows, the file's extension must be one of a fixed set of executable file extensions, including .exe:


Revision [23945]

Edited on 2020-03-12 10:51:15 by fxm [create new page to complete]
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""FreeBASIC"" consists of fbc (the command line compiler/linker), the runtime libraries, and ""FreeBASIC"" header files for third-party libraries.
""FreeBASIC"" gives you the ""FreeBASIC"" compiler/linker program (fbc or fbc.exe), plus the tools and libraries used by it.
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""FreeBASIC"" consists of fbc (the command line compiler), the runtime libraries, and ""FreeBASIC"" header files for third-party libraries.
""FreeBASIC"" gives you the ""FreeBASIC"" compiler program (fbc or fbc.exe), plus the tools and libraries used by it.


Revision [23944]

Edited on 2020-03-12 10:43:07 by fxm [create new page to complete]
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By default, ""FreeBASIC"" programs are linked against various system and/or support libraries, depending on the platform.
Those include the DJGPP libraries used by ""FreeBASIC"" for DOS and the ""MinGW""/GCC libraries used by ""FreeBASIC"" for Windows.


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Edited on 2020-03-12 10:37:38 by fxm [create new page to complete]
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Executable files are not necessarily binary, for example a script in text form can be made executable on Operating Systems.
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Executable files are not necessarily binary, for example a script in text form can be made executable on Operating systems.


Revision [23941]

Edited on 2020-03-12 09:47:25 by fxm [create new page to complete]

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