XBLite Compiler

2.4.1

 
License: Freeware
Price:
$0.00
Rated:
Downloads: 6
Op. System: Windows XP/2000/98/NT
Last updated: 2010-09-09
File size: 13.28 MB
Publisher: David Szafranski
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Publisher description for XBLite Compiler

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XBLite is a concise, simple, powerful, Windows programming language which combines the speed of C with the ease of a BASIC syntax. The XBLite compiler is free, open-source, and published under GPL and LGPL licenses. XBLite is a concise, simple, powerful, Windows programming language which combines the speed of C with the ease of a BASIC syntax. The XBLite compiler is free, open-source, and published under GPL and LGPL licenses XBLite is an offshoot of the XBasic programming language. The XBLite compiler translates programs from source form into assembly language. From this point, conventional tools build the final executable program or DLL Library. The XBLite compiler will work on all Windows platforms including Win98, NT, 2000, and XP. What Can XBLite Do? XBLite is as well suited to novices as programming wizards, and is appropriate for virtually all programming tasks. For science and engineering XBLite has extensive math libraries, including complex number arithmetic. For business, XBLite has a 64-bit integer data type, user-defined types optimized for database I/O. XBLite can also connect to ODBC databases or use database libraries such as SQLite. For game developers, XBLite can call OpenGL, SDL, or DirectDraw libraries. For all applications, XBLite designed to support rapid development of Compact, efficient, reliable, Readable, and well structured programs. And Now, XBLite includes a very powerful Color Syntax code editor, XSED, which allows the programmer to create and compile programs with ease. XBLite for Windows What's New v2.4.1 - Exception functions (XstTry) have been rewritten to handle floating point exceptions. - Various compiler fixes. - Added XstSequentialParse$, XstBMSearch, and XstRemoveExcessDelimiters$ to Xsx library. - DEC files can now use IMPORT statement (recursively). - Programs which use m4 now export the preprocessed file as myfile_static.x.

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