Why would I want to?
To Keep Pick BASIC alive and kicking more.


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From: DavidJMurray (mvdbs.com) <nab...@mvdbs.com>
To: u2-users <u2-users@listserver.u2ug.org>
Sent: Tue, Dec 13, 2011 1:42 pm
Subject: Re: [U2] Is SB+ object-oriented?



SB+ is not object-oriented. It is actually highly-functional in nature - the
nderlining PROCESS call structure is:
@RTN.FLAG = PROCESS(@PARMS, @VALUE)
Where @RTN.FLAG is an output, @PARMS is an input and @VALUE is normally the
utput, but can be used as an input also. This is common to all the
rocesses.
Check the International Spectrum magazine for Jan/FEB 2010 -
ttp://www.intl-spectrum.com/mag/JANFEB.2010/default.aspx - where there is
n article regarding this. It is for Revelation and will not work in
niBasic due to the inability to dynamically name NAMED COMMON's. But worth
 read.
But, why would you want to?
Just use Python or java or C# or VB.net and intercall if you want to go that
oute.
djm

Jhonson wrote:
 
 
 Can Pick BASIC code simulate an object oriented environment?
 
 

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