Windows, Linux, DOS
Rated 4.2/5 upon 227 votes
Review updated: 2009-02-10
The current production version of FreeBASIC is 0.90.1.
Currently at version 0.23.
The FreeBASIC project leans in favor of a rich, expressive language, while the run time library includes just enough to make a programmer familiar with QuickBASIC comfortable, enhanced in areas that make sense on a modern machine. Any library with a documented C binding is easily linked against from FreeBASIC code, which gives the language unlimited potential.
Hopefully the development is back on track. Tried a search on google and i got this page about free basic
@cyb. There were pretty hard two years in the developement, but now all signs shows that developement is getting back on tracks.
I waited so long for version 0.21 and now there is still NO 64bit support with the new version. Very poor.
It's still under development, although not as fast as in the past. However, if you find a bug, developers will fix the compiler and there is a very lively community. A new release (0.21) should be ready very soon.
Is the project discontinued? There doesn't seem to have been a new release since late 2008? (the langauge and compiler are fine though...just curious as to whether devolpment has been abandoned)
The Basics Page
Goto to the download section of the Freebasic's web site, choose the version you prefer and click on the small round icon on the right.
PLZ TELL ME HOW TO DOWNLOAD
Free Basic in current state is one of the best basic compilers today. In Free Basic you can do everything - limit is only your imagination. One very popular IDE for Free Basic is defanetly FBEdit by KetilO. http://www.freebasic.net
how can i download
Which IDE are you using for? If you can say the IDE's name for Ubuntu, i will be very grateful.
This one is pretty cool and free as in free beer :-) i use it on my ubuntu and my vista with no major problem
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