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This Wiki contains a set of technical articles for Liberty BASIC and Just BASIC programmers using LB Booster (LBB) to develop and/or compile their applications. You can simply browse the contents using the Contents list below, or search for a word or phrase by typing it into the Search box (top right). Most importantly, you can contribute to the Wiki by submitting your own articles and adding to or correcting existing ones. To do this you must be a member of this site; if you would like to join click Register at the top of the page.

When adding content to the wiki you are bound by the licence. If you do not want to release your work under this licence, please do not submit articles. Please make sure that your articles are well-structured, that the grammar and spelling are correct (to the best of your ability!) and that any code examples are thoroughly tested. The usefulness of this site is entirely dependent on the quality of the articles submitted.

Adding articles

  1. Type the name of your new page in the Search box (top right) and click on the magnifying glass icon. Please include LBB in the page name to distinguish it from BBC BASIC pages!
  2. Assuming the new page doesn't already exist, it will report 'Nothing was found'.
  3. Click on the 'pencil with plus sign' icon on the right, to create the new page.
  4. Type or paste in your article, using this formatting syntax. If you want to experiment with editing without actually submitting a page use the playground.
  5. Use the Preview button to see how your page will appear, and make changes as needed.
  6. Submit the page by clicking on Save.
  7. Add your article to this index page (Contents list below) or, if you are unsure whether it is ready for that, post a message to the LBB forum requesting that it be reviewed.

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lb_20booster.txt · Last modified: 2018/05/25 17:30 by richardrussell