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ForceBasic 1.0.3

Compiler/Interpreter for Windows/DOS4GW


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  • Last Updated: Dec 23, 2008
  • License: Demo N/A
  • OS: Windows XP
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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ForceBasic is a Development software developed by ForceBasic. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for ForceBasic:

EditByBrothersoft: Compiler/Interpreter for WIndows/DOS4GW. Development Console, GUI, CGI applications.
ForceBasic - This is programming language for development software. Selecting unit Library you can write program for some operation system. ForceBasic compiler can build crosspatrofm code, who executing with help virtual machine. Compiler can build are very Compact and smaller code, and as a result the minimum size of the virtual machine - 50K and Minimal size of the execution file (exe) - 3K.
ForceBasic have Basic syntax, inherited from Visual Basic, and object-oriented syntax from C++. That allows use languege object as more easy, and develop hard objects as in C++ language.
ForceBasic - This is object-oriented language, the include next object-oriented programming elements: incapsuling, implements, polymorphism. For programmin classes you can use: creating fields, methods, virtual methods, events, propertys, operators, construstors and destructor. ForceBasic include opportunity the procedural language, because in ForceBasic can make procedures, functions, global fields inside module, as in Qbasic.
With help ForceBasic you not only can write small program, and you can develop library ( for graphics, for GUI interface, for sound system, data base, and other system ).

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