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OK, I hadn't seen this post.

Well, well, well... I guess it's hopeless :lol:

Tidus, instead of an emulator, consider beginning with a "HelloWorld" type program (a program whose only purpose is to write "HelloWorld" on screen, or even only on a console) :angry:

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OK, I hadn't seen this post.

Well, well, well... I guess it's hopeless  :lol:

Tidus, instead of an emulator, consider beginning with a "HelloWorld" type program (a program whose only purpose is to write "HelloWorld" on screen, or even only on a console)  :angry:

Hahaha... I started with

 

SCREEN 12

PRINT "Hello World"

 

On QBASIC.

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OK, I hadn't seen this post.

Well, well, well... I guess it's hopeless  :ph34r:

Tidus, instead of an emulator, consider beginning with a "HelloWorld" type program (a program whose only purpose is to write "HelloWorld" on screen, or even only on a console)  :D

//"HelloWorld"

#include <iostream>

 

using std::cout;

using std::endl;

 

int main()

{

cout << "HelloWorld" << endl << endl;

 

return 0;

 

}

 

try that out

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