FreeBASIC Compiler 0.17b
FreeBASIC - as the name suggests - is a free, open-source, 32-bit, MS-QuickBASIC's syntax-compatible compiler, that adds new features such as pointers, unsigned data types, inline-assembly and many others.
Here are some key features of "freeBASIC Compiler":
syntax compatible with Microsoft's QBASIC/QuickBASIC/PDS/VBDOS interpreters/compilers
great number of variables types, like BYTE/SHORT/INTEGER, SINGLE/DOUBLE and STRING
user defined types (UDT's)
optional function arguments (numeric only)
creates OBJ's, LIB's, DLL's/Shared Libs, console and GUI EXE's
as a 32-bit application
optimized code generation
inline assembly syntax compatible
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