Exospheric Freight Service – Small Basic Featured Game

Screen shot of a game EXFS
Screen shot of a game EXFS

Today I’d like to introduce a new 3D game EXFS – Exospheric Feight Service programmed by cvmarus. The program ID is QTN895.  This game requires LitDev Extension 1.2.20.0.  Following message is written by cvmarus in our forum thread.  Thank you cvmarus for sharing your game! Please post your original game or program to our forum…

0

Do you want to be announced as the next Small Basic Guru? Read about the TechNet November 2018 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 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 a…

0

10th Anniversary of Small Basic

Today is the 10th anniversary of Small Basic.  Congratulations!!! I wrote a program SFF730-5 for the anniversary. I also selected 10 topics about Small Basic from the last 10 years.  Another topics you like? Small Basic v0.1 release and blog started (October 23, 2008) Challenge of the Month started (July 4, 2011) Small Basic v1.0 release…

2

Small Basic Guru Competition – October 2018

Who will be announced as the next Small Basic Guru? Read more about October 2018 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 MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY GURU OF THE MONTH! One winner in each category…

0

Small Basic Challenges – October 2018

These are the October 2018 challenges from Roshan Kumar Priya. We’re also continuing the September 2018 challenges here: https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/0059173a-594e-4da4-afa6-e9c6ac9241fa/challenge-of-the-month-september-2018?forum=smallbasic These October 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…

0

Who will be announced as the next Small Basic Guru? Read more about September 2018 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 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…

0

Announcement: Welcome to Small Basic Website 2.0

We’re pleased as punch (punch that particularly pleased) to announce our new Small Basic website: http://www.SmallBasic.com Many people have worked hard on this. As Small Basic is a volunteer project at Microsoft (Garage and Hackathons aplenty), it’s taken a lot of hands and a lot of time. So let’s start with the thank you’s from…

5

Who will be announced as the July 2018 Small Basic Guru?

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 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…

0

Small Basic Monthly Challenges – July 2018

We still have over a week for you to get your challenges in! 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…

0

Small Basic TextWindow and Keyboard Shortcuts

There are many keyboard shortcuts for TextWindow.Read() operation.  Most of these shortcut keys are the same with the command prompt.  Today’s code is as follows. While “True” TextWindow.Read() EndWhile Standard shortcuts Following keys are standard shortcuts (without Ctrl key shortcuts option). Key Function Enter Input line Alt+Enter Toggle full-screen mode Ctrl+C End program Ctrl+H Back…

0