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« on: April 22, 2012, 09:00:31 pm »

Both qbasic and qb64 are great for math programs,  in fact QB64 and qbasic,can be used to solve basic math problems , simply using the PRINT command,..without the " ",
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Use the print command, PRINT , followed by the number and the symbol, add + subtract - or divide / and * is to multiply, for more complex, and other math formulas, I am not sure,..
Code:
PRINT "4 X 4="
PRINT 4 * 4
PRINT "6 diveded by 3 = "
PRINT 6 / 3
PRINT " 7 + 2="
PRINT 7 + 2
PRINT " Nine minus five equals "
PRINT 9 - 5
'/// or just by itself,
PRINT 25 - 20   

For more complex, and other math formulas, I am not sure, however in the next few days, this week, I will see what more I can find.

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Here is one for a calculator, right here on the fourm.
Just follow this link, or paste it into your browser
http://weeklyqbasicandqb64lesson.smfforfree.com/index.php/topic,328.msg1574.html#msg1574 
Like wise, anyone that has samples or demos, of various math programs, is welcome to post them in this thread, but please include some explanation, as to how they work, so others can learn from them.
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« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2012, 07:59:27 am »

These are links for some additional information.
WIKI,Mathmatical Functions
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  SQR math functions (Square Root) 
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