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  The REALbasic University Glossary of REALbasic Terms
Most programming languages have multiple data types and different mechanisms for storing information; some methods are efficient for one kind of data, while others are more efficient for another kind.
Computer languages are either interpreted or compiled; both terms have to do with translating the English-like syntax of a programming language into assembly or machine language.
REALbasic University is a weekly instructional column on programming with REALbasic and is brought to you by REALbasic Developer, the magazine for REALbasic programmers.
www.applelinks.com /rbu/glossary.shtml   (5981 words)

 ATPM 12.01 - Review: REALbasic 2005
REALbasic is an integrated development environment, which means that everything is done within the program, from laying out the interface widgets to writing the code that gets executed.
REALbasic doesn’t allow all of its built-in classes to be subclassed, which just defeats the purpose of subclassing, or more precisely, REALbasic blurs the difference between raw data types (such as integers and strings) and class data types (such as windows and edit fields).
REALbasic goes toward assisting with this by allowing the ability to view menus as they will look on any of the platforms, but the final look of windows can only be checked by running the software on each platform.
www.atpm.com /12.01/realbasic.shtml   (4195 words)

  Macworld: Review: RealBasic 3.2
Programming on the Mac used to involve writing line after line of C or C++ code, primarily just to create standard user-interface elements.
RealBasic 3.0 was advertised as being compatible with Mac OS X, but it had problems with the final version of the OS.
RealBasic is available in both a $100 standard edition and a $300 professional edition (add $50 if you want a software CD and printed documentation); the latter lets you compile Windows applications and includes a single-user relational database engine that can also connect to any ODBC-compliant database.
www.macworld.com /2001/08/reviews/realbasic/?pf=1   (512 words)

 Linux.com | Review: REALBasic 2005 for Linux
RealSoftware's REALBasic 2005 -- the popular cross-platform interactive development environment (IDE) for Mac OS X and Windows -- is scheduled to debut for the Linux platform later this month, perhaps as early as the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo in San Francisco.
REALBasic is frustrating at times, but I've already accomplished far more with it in two weeks than I ever did with Borland's Kylix.
REALBasic allows me to produce GPL-licensed applications, and to do it with a free-as-in-beer development tool that is far more capable than my meager skills can take advantage of.
programming.linux.com /programming/05/08/03/1639214.shtml?tid=22   (3461 words)

 Introduction to Programming   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
When you write a program (in a programming language, using a programming environment, as we mentioned a moment ago), it's not yet in a form that the computer can use.
Scripting languages can be excellent for beginners: they tend to be easier to learn, and they insulate you from some of the technical aspects of programming (compiling, for one).
Programming is seen as an exceptionally technical and boring profession, yet in all the years I've been doing it I've never tired of it.
www.scotlandsoftware.com /articles/programming   (9984 words)

 Amazon.de: REALBasic, The Definitive Guide: English Books: Matt Neuburg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
It makes a good attempt at introducing programming to the novice, but at the same time, it is definitive in that besides giving a thorough rundown on each and every part that makes up the REALbasic programming environment, it also touches on the many nuances (and bugs) that make it different from others.
I studied programming in school but had trouble grasping many of the concepts of programming, so dropped my studies, but continued trying to learn these past few years on my own, venturing in to Visual C++, Visual Basic, and a few others.
I gave REALbasic a shot just for fun, and was doing ok, but the Definitive Guide has taken me farther in the month since I got it than in the past years with any language.
www.amazon.de /REALBasic-Definitive-Guide-Matt-Neuburg/dp/0596001770   (1528 words)

 Which Programming Language? | Linux Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Pascal was best known as the teaching language of choice, despite its use in some high-profile technologies: when Apple Computer released The Macintosh, its applications programming language was Pascal; and Inprise Corporation use an object-oriented Pascal as the basis of their Delphi RAD tool.
The C Programming Language, 3rd Edition, by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie (Prentice Hall)--originally written in 1978, this is the classic introduction to C by the language authors.
REALbasic is very approachable for beginners (or those that haven't been programming for a while) and at the same time has the power experienced programmers need.
www2.linuxjournal.com /article/4402   (3537 words)

 REALbasic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
REALbasic (RB) is an object-oriented dialect of the BASIC programming language developed and commercially marketed by REAL Software, Inc in Austin, Texas for Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, and Linux.
RB is a strongly-typed language with minimal automatic type conversion, which supports single inheritance and interfaces, class methods and class properties, reference counting, and operator overloading.
REALbasic 2006 Release 3 and newer also supports a human-readable version control format which allows easy collaboration with tools such as Subversion or CVS.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/REALbasic_programming_language   (781 words)

 oreilly.com -- Online Catalog: REALBasic: TDG, Second Edition
REALbasic is a programming language in the best Macintosh tradition: visual, intuitive, and easy to learn.
REALbasic: The Definitive Guide not only gives you a firm grasp of the program's essential concepts, but also tells you things you won't learn from the official documentation alone.
With REALbasic's semi-annual version updates, it is becoming more of a moving target for book authors as new features and abilities are added.
www.oreilly.com /catalog/realbasic2   (1003 words)

 oreilly.com -- Online Catalog: REALbasic: The Definitive Guide
REALbasic: The Definitive Guide is poised to become an essential reference for the expanding legion of developers who are discovering the power and flexibility of this program.
Programming is a journey, and one's appreciation of a journey is enhanced by a fine companion.
REALbasic: The Definitive Guide is such a fine companion, giving guidance on the untrodden paths, and pointing out items of interest that one otherwise might have missed.
www.oreilly.com /catalog/realbasic   (1251 words)

 REALBasic Programing
REALbasic is an easy to learn programming language from REAL Software Inc.
If you are interested in writing programs to control LabPro in Mac OS X REALbasic, be sure to check out the article: "Data In - Using Vernier's LabPro to collect data from probes", by William H. Murray and Chris H. Pappas, in the July/August 2004 issue of REALbasic Developer™ magazine.
This program returns data from the LabPro in hexadecimal format (for speed) and that is why voltages are read, instead of calibrated sensor readings.
www.vernier.com /soft/realbasic/index.html   (341 words)

 Scripting language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Those languages which are suited to scripting are typically called scripting languages.
Many languages for this purpose have common properties: they favor rapid development over efficiency of execution; they are normally implemented with interpreters rather than compilers; and they are strong at communicating with program components written in other languages.
An important type of application-specific scripting language is one used to provide custom functionality to dynamic web pages.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Scripting_programming_language   (1363 words)

 Amazon.com: REALbasic : The Definitive Guide: Books: Matt Neuburg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
REALbasic: The Definitive Guide is poised to become an essential reference for the expanding legion of developers who are discovering the power and flexibility of this program.
RealBasic is really great first programming language: it is easy, powerful (object oriented stuff and all) and generates fast and tight executables.
It makes a good attempt at introducing programming to the novice, but at the same time, it is definitive in that besides giving a thorough rundown on each and every part that makes up the REALbasic programming environment, it also touches on the many nuances (and bugs) that make it different from others.
www.amazon.com /REALbasic-Definitive-Guide-Matt-Neuburg/dp/1565926579   (2084 words)

REALbasic is one of the most popular programming platforms for Macintosh users.
REALbasic has been described as "Visual Basic for the Macintosh" and indeed, REALbasic's visual, drag-and-drop interface is easy enough for beginners to learn, while still powerful enough for professionals to use.
REALbasic for Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide shows how to develop applications for the Macintosh and Windows platform, with plenty of screenshots to guide readers along.
www.datajungelen.no /boeker/Mac/REALBasic.html   (200 words)

 REALbasic 2007 R4 - MacUpdate
REALbasic is the easy-to-use integrated development environment (IDE) that enables users at all levels to create powerful stand-alone, native applications quickly and easily, without having to learn a complex programming language such as C++ or the details of the Macintosh Toolbox.
REALbasic enables users to create the entire user interface for their applications in minutes.
RealBasic is easy to learn, a bit tricky to use and for many reasons hard to get further and beyond.
www.macupdate.com /info.php/id/8438   (546 words)

 O'Reilly - Safari Books Online - 0596001770 - REALBasic: The Definitive Guide
This book is probably alone in that it discusses objects while quoting Plato.) There is a full tour of REALbasic program statements, data types, and the nuts and bolts of working with the environment and building basic programs.
Neuburg's REALbasic: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition is still the best and most recommended book for REALbasic which shows you how much of a market there is for new, good books for this great language.
However, you should be aware that REALBasic was at version 5.5.5 as of June, 2005, and REALBasic 2005 was released August of 2005.
safari.oreilly.com /0596001770   (1242 words)

 Revolution and REALbasic: The Languages: Transcript vs. BASIC
The language of a high-level development environment contributes in two ways: by being as clear and understandable as possible, and also by being as powerful as possible.
Transcript is a fourth-generation language: easier to understand and offering greater abstraction than languages of previous generations.
REALbasic windows have a property that returns a list of their controls, which can be used to enable or disable them.
www.inspiredlogic.com /whitepaper/languages.html   (764 words)

 O'Reilly -- Which Programming Language?
OTOH, if he wants to learn the syntax of a language, he may grok that fully only to be frustrated by having to learn a large library to accomplish something interesting.
It's a standard, and is a nice launching point for other programming languages, especially OO ones.
A couple of years ago, it became the language cited most often by companies as the one they're using for new development.
www.oreillynet.com /pub/a/oreilly/editors/language_0304.html   (1501 words)

 REALbasic Projects
This is a tutorial I've written for someone who is new to programming and to REALbasic.
This program was written for my daughter so she can send "secret" encryptic messages between her friends and me. You type a message, scramble it up and send it to a friend via email or floppy disk.
Don't forget that the functions that REALbasic uses for Trig are in *radians* not degrees.
www.maui.net /~mauitom/RBSamples.html   (1549 words)

 Review from 3.3 (January/February 2005)
With other programming languages this task would have been more difficult, however REALbasic's printing and superior canvas functions made this programming obstacle a breeze.
Much of what makes the program an enhanced success is the ease of use and intense power of REALbasic and the REALbasic programming language.
REALbasic is a registered trademark of REAL Software, Inc. and is not affiliated with REALbasic Developer.
www.rbdeveloper.com /browse/3.3/3307   (521 words)

 RealBasic | basic.mindteq.com
RealBasic is a fully featured object oriented programming language.
RealBasic offers socket control to enable the development of powerful Internet client applications and SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) support so web services may be incorporated inside applications quickly and easily.
RealBasic web site offers a free VB code conversion utility that should convert VB files to RB code where possible.
basic.mindteq.com /Details/RealBasic.html   (184 words)

 BASIC Languages Programming Computers
Students will learn to use current programming languages, as well as develop...
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Describes the programming language as well as available and planned applications to support it in KDE.
www.iaswww.com /ODP/Computers/Programming/Languages/BASIC   (1008 words)

 Macworld: Review: RealBasic 5.0
There's also the human factor to consider: learning to program in any sort of environment can be a lonely, frustrating process, but when you commit to RealBasic, you become part of an enormous base of smart, dedicated, and friendly users who provide a variety of great resources, from books to message boards.
On the whole, programmers who are already familiar with BASIC (and budding RealBasic programmers who might want to use their knowledge elsewhere someday) will have a much easier transition, thanks to the changes made in 5.0.
RealBasic has always been a multiplatform environment -- you can turn many Mac RealBasic projects into Windows applications with just a few clicks -- but this file- and project-compatible release promises to allow one help desk or IT department to serve the development needs of everyone on every platform.
www.macworld.com /2003/07/reviews/realbasic5   (1442 words)

 MacVillage.net Mac PR: Announcing REALbasic Developer Magazine
REALbasic Developer is the ultimate source for industry news, product reviews, tips, tutorials, software design techniques, business and marketing ideas, and lessons on advanced features.
REALbasic is REAL Software's award-winning programming language, an easy-to-use, full-featured Integrated Development Environment for Apple Macintosh computers.
Programs created in REALbasic can be compiled to run on various operating systems, including Mac OS, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows XP.
www.macvillage.net /macpr/pressreleases/101263225642007.shtml   (484 words)

 Introduction To REALbasic
When you compare VB.NET to the Windows version of REALbasic (which was just released about a year ago), REALbasic's IDE is a little less functional and "rougher around the edges." However, it is still very similar, very functional, and is constantly being improved upon.
REALbasic shines brightest if you need a development package that is much like Visual Basic, but gives you the ability to compile your program (with no dependencies) for Windows, Mac, or Linux.
VB to RB converter" utility that is included with REALbasic helps, but realistically speaking, you're going to have to rewrite and tweak the vast majority of your VB code to port it over to RB.
rb.thevbzone.com /l_intro.htm   (4492 words)

 Programming Discussion Forums get Help and Support in our Programming BBS Style forums, code languages such as PHP, C, ...
a convenient and expressive programming language that can be applied to a wide variety of computing and data-manipulation tasks.
C is today one of the most common programming languages around.
A Lisp-like language for teaching programming, noted for its "turtle graphics" used to draw geometric shapes.
www.talkaboutprogramming.com   (243 words)

 The Help Program: Description and Analysis
The Help Program lets the user use a similar "browser" to find the desired topic, but once a topic has been chosen, it uses the more favorable step-by-step approach, in which each step is given independently of the others, so that the user is not confronted with an overabundance of information.
Since users of the program are capable of submitting their own tutorials, it is likely that The Help Program’s tutorials will be of a much higher quality than the tutorials that are hastily written by uninterested programmers just before an application is set to ship.
Some programs are so simple, however, that it would be beneficial to have tutorials whose names are displayed in the left column of the tutorial browser.
www.sawbladesoftware.com /portfolio/writing/helpprogram/index.html   (12038 words)

 Understanding Classes and Objects in REALbasic > The Class Hierarchy
He is not the first person to use overly fanciful language to describe programming exploits.
Object-oriented programming is a particularly jargon-rich field of study, laden with ill-formed metaphors and polysyllabic titles.
Learning a programming language is cut and dried (albeit a bit tedious at times).
www.informit.com /articles/article.asp?p=482331&rl=1   (2019 words)

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