I liked this inerpreter at first load. yr graphics and set up, seemed right and i was anxious to get going, but....ike I said, the graphics of it looked good, but they simply did not work in this phone I use, it is a samsung galaxy note 4. the effects of the interpreter were put on the screen so microscopically small, I would've gone blind if I continued. there were about 4 or 5 basic interpretters offered and I had to try all of them. this one had that problem, that one having this. .........maxon
Great program! I found this program to be most useful. . I especially like the progams that come with it, like the prime factoring example it worked where other such programs have failed I give this an 11 on a scale from 1 to 10
I really only want to use the open, link, call & sym_adr commands with the WIN32 .so files from the wine binaries because none of the other Android basic language apps have all the commands I need.
X11 version for ANDROID I have lots to learn especially how to get from a .b file to an executable file on my phone. Still enjoying myself very much. Thank you - Peter
Basic programming with the touch of new-technology Overall,the app roughly fulfills its objective.Suggested areas of improvement: 1) More-detailed built-in help, 2) Fast polynomial-root evaluation with known coefficients up to at least,say,20th degree: polyroot() function perhaps, 3) Availability of some extra LA (Linear-Algebra) functions,in particular, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and possibly rref-reduction, 4) More intuitive matrix entry without using "()", i.e. a=[1,2;3,4] instead of a()=[1,2;3,4]
X-11Basic An excellent way to learn This Ap is easy to use and easily customizable. I like it.
This is a beta version of the port to Android. You can expect it still beeing improved. Please report all bugs and unexpected behaviours.
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