When making a compiler use the START command

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TRANERAECK
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When making a compiler use the START command

Postby TRANERAECK » Mon Apr 04, 2011 3:25 pm

If you are making a compiler and use a library to do so check for the first two byte as a way to define the same commands quickbasic uses use my hexadecimal converter if you can finish it. USE START as it doesn't take any size of the file for use as memory stealing other than your dimensioned arrays and variables. Check this with FRE command and then compile with BC.EXE watch the compiler use how big the file is to memory because it had to store the code in an array or some type of variable. Remember that when you make a new compiler to store the file as .bak or just use the file as an opened file and convert aha the system is using the memory when you read the opened file must be someway around it. Happy to you who figure this out; wise would you be young jedi.
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Postby Kiyotewolf » Thu Apr 07, 2011 3:51 am

Please post how you are using the START command.

START %1

or

START BC.EXE %1

or

whatever you ended up using.



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