Monday, January 01, 2007

A new year and Quite BASIC turns two months

Happy New Year everyone!

Since the launch on November 1st, over 10,000 people have visited the site, and 2007 is going to be very interesting.

A few days ago Quite BASIC was featured in the German computer magazine PC Welt, and we have seen a lot of traffic to the site from Germany ever since. However, none of this early success in spreading the word mean much unless we get the word out to teachers. So I'll say it again: please tell any teachers you know about Quite BASIC!

If you are a teacher thinking about using Quite BASIC, feel free to contact me if you need any assistance!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey I found this site yesterday and looks like I gonn have some useful addiction finally. I was trying to make a programme to generate data in reverse order.
i.e if input data is out put should read dcba..
any one welcome to help. Thanks

9:44 AM

Blogger Nikko said...

Try looking into the functions LEN for the string length and MID to select a string segment. Then try writing a FOR loop to build a new reversed string.

11:35 AM


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