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This is Quark introducing himself

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« on: June 10, 2011, 06:32:31 pm »

Hi all.

Interesting that several of the people here are "old guys" like me.  I'm ancient and remember when computers were monster machines ministered to by serious looking people in white coats.  I got into computing in the 1980's first by a Radio Shack device that was a programmable calculator.  I loved being able to make my own little programs to calculate what I wanted.  Then came the Commodore 64 and its BASIC.  That was quite a step up and very exciting.  I got so I was making lots of programs, and even sold some to a disk magazine.  Later, I had a Commodore 128, and finally got into the PC world.  This was a sort of shock because a lot of the fun was harder to find in such a "serious" machine.  No cool sound and not much in the way of graphics...

Anyway, in the course of time I have played with several programming languages, including a bit of C and a good chunk of a language not well known perhaps, but quite good called Euphoria (which is still alive and well).  It has more than a little connection to the BASIC world.  Still, when the urge to program came back to me recently, I thought of the language I first learned programming on -- BASIC and here I am.  Lots to remember and re-learn and new things too.

I have never been more than an intermediate level programmer, but like a lot of people at that level, have sometimes good ideas to share.  Also, I am not so much of a games person, more of a utilities programmer, though I have always been interested in artificial intelligence and have written a few things of that nature.  I especially like solving programming problems and have an aversion to having to solve the same problem over and over.

Enough!  That should do to introduce myself.

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« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2011, 06:49:10 pm »

Hello Quark,
 welcome, and glad to see you here. It sound like you will be a asset to the forum.
 I am probably the least experienced in programming here,
though I have always been interested in artificial intelligence and have written a few things of that nature.
I had stumbled on to a qbasic, "artificial intellingence", app.
 but not very complete, but this is interestng to my,...I will explain more later,
For now, just welcome,...and feel free to share anything you have done, or ask any questions Hope you enjoy it here.
from Garry
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