Small Basic Blog – The Blog is Moving! The Blog is Moving!

Yeah, for reals. It’s moving! So… as MSDN closes, the Tech Community is opening and thriving! Join us at the new Small Basic Blog! Here’s what it looks like, over at the Tech Community: All the blog posts are already migrated, so you can go find your favorites! This blog will be gone off the…

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Announcing Small Basic Online 1.0 – Public Preview

Please kick the tires of our new Public Preview of Small Basic Online 1.0! What’s up on our website now is Small Basic Online 0.91 (our second SBO release). The goal was to move toward an open source version of Small Basic Online (and eventually Small Basic Desktop as well), and this (SBO 1.0) is…

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Play with Morse Code in Small Basic (2)

I’m continuing to develop Morse Telegraph Key.  And Tryhest shared his Morse code player as his comment to the last my post. Morse code player by Tryhest This program SVP811 downloads Morse code audio files from Wikipedia and plays them.  It needs LitDev Extension.  To run this program I rewrote the drive letters “e:” to…

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Play with Morse Code in Small Basic (1)

There are some Morse code program in Small Basic.  But today I’d like to start creating new Morse program – Morse Telegraph Key.  This program will be a good key input sample. Challenges about Morse code Following three challenges are about Morse code.  And for example, program TCZ203 (by NaochanON) is a solution of a…

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January 2019 Small Basic Challenges!!!

These challenges are intended for people who are learning to program for the first time or for those returning to programming who want to start using Small Basic.  Some will be easy, some will be hard – but they will all make you think, and more importantly be GREAT FUN! Please post your solutions /…

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Who will be announced as the next Small Basic Guru? Read more about the January 2019 competition!!

What is the TechNet Guru Competition? Each month the TechNet Wiki council organizes a contest of the best articles posted that month. This is your chance to be announced as a MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY GURU OF THE MONTH! One winner in each category will be selected each month for glory and adoration by the MSDN/TechNet Ninjas and community as…

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Drawing Many Shapes with Combination of Small Basic Shapes

Small Basic Shapes has only four types of shapes – rectangle, ellipse, triangle and line. To draw more types of shapes, we can combine basic four shapes. But some calculation is needed for each case. So I started to write sample programs to draw many kind of shapes. And I finished first five. I also…

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