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  • Guest's Avatar
    Guest replied
    Hi, Tom

    I will see Visual Design IDE not alle the Api's it's very very deifficult
    to learn all the WinApi
    Okay, I'm agree that you build-in the Window Api's in the future
    PBDLL compiler, but i'm a beginner in programmer and will start
    in the begin of windows.

    I kwown about OOP is for me for creating for large programms
    splitted in units like earlier, see PBDOS that use compiled units
    and static library. I will see that in PBCC and PBDLL.


    Think about it, it's time for Visual IDE's with components, units
    projects en static libraries en implementing OOP in the source or
    mixed structured programming & OOP.

    PowerBasic is a very great product, I'm agree!!!!
    I like programming in PowerBasic for DOS and I have PBCC and PBDLL
    and the product's are very good no problem.

    Sory, for my opinion or repeating

    Ps:
    Nice Work from Kevin Peel, Chriss Boss and the Meta4GL !!!

    Greetings,
    Stephane

    It's my birthy now
    I'm 26 years old now



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  • Peter Patzwaldt
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    Lance,
    BitButtons and SpeedButtons are Components of Borlands VCL. (You should
    have known this, because it's a Steven/stephane post ).
    For those PB users it could be a good idea to implement the VCL
    in PB7.
    Steven:
    I use Delphi and PB (a good team I guess). Why PB should copy
    Delphi??? Everybody who wants a Delphi like compiler should buy
    Delphi!

    Peter

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  • Mike Comeau
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    Kev,

    Nothing yet...

    P7.LIB is my own inhouse *.inc file of common routines from late 80's.
    I think I may have suggested it in OOP We the programmers Topic.

    P is for Penger our OS, 7 is the current Rev.

    We called it the P7.LIB include file?

    Though I think a set of P7????.LIB (or) .INC files could bridge the gap for the the Dialog Issues until PB is ready for the next release.

    Mike...

    P.S. Steve, could you please edit your post to eliminate the duplicates, my screen is too short.

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    [This message has been edited by Mike Comeau (edited February 02, 2001).]

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  • Kev Peel
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    What do "PB7STD32.DLL" and the other files do?!?

    Or, in a simple context, whats the purpose of those 3 messages?!?

    Pray someone, enlighten me!


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    KGP Software, Bridgwater, UK.
    http://www.kgpsoftware.com

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  • Borje Hagsten
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    CONTROL ADD IMGBUTTON ?

    Hm, haven't I just said that, in another thread..? Must be getting
    old..

    He, speaking of buttons - just learned a neat trick. With toolbar
    control, if one create a button with style %TBSTYLE_DROPDOWN and use
    Code:
      CALL SendMessage(hToolbar, %TB_SETEXTENDEDSTYLE, 0, %TBSTYLE_EX_DRAWDDARROWS)
    one gets a button with an attached down-arrow. Very useful for "Open"
    button, for example, if one wants to provide users with an "Reopen"
    option at the "Open" button. Just trap %TBN_DROPDOWN notification
    with button's id, like: (hMnuReopen is handle of menu to show)
    Code:
        CASE %WM_NOTIFY
           LOCAL tbn AS TBNOTIFY PTR, rc AS RECT
           tbn = lParam
     
          IF @lpToolTip.hdr.code = %TBN_DROPDOWN THEN
             SELECT CASE @tbn.iItem
                CASE %IDM_OPEN
                   CALL SendMessage(@tbn.hdr.hwndFrom, %TB_GETRECT, @tbn.iItem, VARPTR(rc))
                   CALL MapWindowPoints(@tbn.hdr.hwndFrom, %HWND_DESKTOP, BYVAL VARPTR(rc), 2)
                   CALL TrackPopupMenu (hMnuReopen, 0, rc.nLeft, rc.nBottom, 0, hWnd, BYVAL %NULL)
             END SELECT
          END IF
          FUNCTION = 0 : EXIT FUNCTION
    Who needs Delphi, when everything is possible in PB..

    (Forgot to mention - above code can be easily tried in PBnote)
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    [This message has been edited by Borje Hagsten (edited February 02, 2001).]

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  • Don Dickinson
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    Originally posted by Lance Edmonds:
    Repetition aside, can you please tell me what a BITBUTTON and a SPEEDBUTTON are?
    [/B]
    These come directly from Delphi. A BitButton is a button with a graphic on it. A speedbutton is similar but has a group property that allows you to have groups of buttons on a toolbar. Not to be confused with the Tool Button which you place on a toolbar control
    --Don


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  • Paul Dwyer
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    Originally posted by Lance Edmonds:
    Properties, Events, Methods... Properties, Events, Methods... Properties, Events, Methods... all together now... Properties, Events, Methods...

    I'm getting dizzy. Since every single item on those lists include those same three words, the lists are 300% longer than they needed to be, so I'm thinking bloatware already! (just joking! )

    It'd zip well !


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    Network Engineer
    Aussie in Tokyo
    (Paul282 at VB-World)

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Hi everbody

    I'm new user on this forum and I have now download FirstBasic for
    trying and I'm planning buying PowerBasic for DOS or I see an Graphical
    Visual Programming version of PowerBasic for Windows because I'm not
    an experiented in WinApi and it's for me easeier drag and drop components
    on a form like Borland Delphi of Visual Basic.
    I will buildin WinApi32 that's ok.
    I see that PowerBasic not build-in OOP and I will very will writing
    large application in an quicktime RAPID IDE and selling my products

    Greetings,
    Peter from Belgium Student


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  • Lance Edmonds
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    Properties, Events, Methods... Properties, Events, Methods... Properties, Events, Methods... all together now... Properties, Events, Methods...

    I'm getting dizzy. Since every single item on those lists include those same three words, the lists are 300% longer than they needed to be, so I'm thinking bloatware already! (just joking! )

    Repetition aside, can you please tell me what a BITBUTTON and a SPEEDBUTTON are?

    Thanks!


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    PowerBASIC Support
    mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A>

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  • Steven Borghout
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    - Win32 Components -

    PB7WIN32.DLL

    TabControl
    ----------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    PageControl
    -----------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    ImageList
    ---------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    RichEdit
    --------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    TrackBar
    --------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    ProgressBar
    -----------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    UpDown
    ------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    HotKey
    ------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    Animate
    -------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    DateTimePicker
    --------------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    MonthCalandar
    -------------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    TreeView
    --------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    ListView
    --------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    HeaderControl
    -------------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    StatusBar
    ---------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    ToolBar
    -------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    CoolBar
    -------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    PageScroller
    ------------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods




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  • Steven Borghout
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    - Add Win32 Components -

    PB7ADD32.DLL

    BitButton
    ---------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    SpeedButton
    -----------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    MaskEdit
    --------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    StringGrid
    ----------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    DrawGrid
    --------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    Image
    -----
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    Shape
    -----
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    Bevel
    -----
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    ScrollBox
    ---------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    CheckListBox
    ------------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    Splitter
    --------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    StaticText
    ----------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    ControlBar
    ----------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    ApplicationEvent
    ----------------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    Chart
    -----
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    Greetings
    Steven




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  • New Forum : Visual IDE & Programming ==> StdWin32 Components

    - Standard Windows components -

    PB7STD32.DLL

    MainMenu
    --------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    PopupMenu
    ---------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    Label
    -----
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    Edit
    ----
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    Memo
    ----
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    Button
    ------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    CheckBox
    --------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    RadioBox
    --------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    ListBox
    -------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    ComboBox
    --------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    ScrollBar
    ---------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    GroupBox
    --------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    RadioGroup
    ----------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    Panel
    -----
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods

    ActionList
    ----------
    -> properties
    -> events
    -> methods



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