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by jevans4949
May 10, 2006 1:18
Forum: General
Topic: It just doesn't add up....
Replies: 8
Views: 1835

Ancient Basic Default

In BASIC, Variables starting i thru n are by default integers, all others floating point. This convention was adopted from FORTRAN, and has been standard, if not from the beginning, then at least before 1968 when I first learned it. FreeBASIC also supports the standard overrides of % for INTEGER and...
by jevans4949
May 09, 2006 8:53
Forum: General
Topic: Input # Bug
Replies: 21
Views: 4092

Yetifoot's previous

Hmmm, I found a single double quote in the input works fine. As previous contributors have mentioned, when creating a CSV that you plan to read back, you do need to enclose your data in double quotes if there is a chance it will contain spaces or commas. I normally achieve this by using CHR$(34) fun...
by jevans4949
May 08, 2006 22:37
Forum: General
Topic: Input # Bug
Replies: 21
Views: 4092

Similar Problem

Just discovered FreeBASIC yesterday. Looks good, and I plan to use it to teach the Youth Club Kids. Sorry to quibble so early on, but running an old QBasic program I hit a simialr problem. In my case the INPUT statement reads: INPUT #1, road$, house$, lono$, hino$, oe$, losuf$, hisuf$ The CSV file c...

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