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jBC Run time, Running jBC programs. jBC Error Handling, Handling error conditions in jBC programs. jCL, jBASE command language (Proc) reference manual. CATALOG Command. .. DECATALOG and DELETE-CATALOG Commands .. DECRYPT. Quick Navigation. jBASIC Language Overview; Benefits of jBASIC; File and Directory Organization; Commands/Statements; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N.

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It is used mostly to build business applications that can utilize a multivalue database or a third party dbms depending on the configuration it is given. Product Resources About Contact. Welcome to jBASE’s new documentation site! If you are unable to find the information you are looking for, jBASE Support will be glad to assist in resolving your technical problems.

Enjoy and please provide comments and feedback. How can we help you? Calls can be jbsse to OS functions and vice versa. Since the source code is converted to precompiled ‘C’, jBASIC applications have more operating system resources available to them, making them very flexible.

File and record level locking capability. Applications are portable between binary compatible environments, however moving applications to an alternative operating system requires that the application be recompiled on the cokmands system. No modifications to the application source are required as any operating specific modifications will have been implemented by jBASE in the runtime libraries.

ABS function Returns absolute value. CATS function Concatenates corresponding elements in two dynamic arrays. COS function Returns the cosine of an angle.

CRT statement Outputs data to the terminal. DEL statement Removes a specified element from a dynamic array. DIR function Returns information about a file.

DIVS function Divides corresponding elements in two dynamic arrays. DIV function Calculates the value of the quotient after division of the dividend by the divisor. ECHO statement Turns on or off the echoing of characters typed at the keyboard. EQS function Tests if elements of one dynamic array are equal to the elements of another dynamic array. EXIT statement Halts the execution of a program. EXP function Returns the mathematical constant e to the specified power.

FDIV function Performs division on two floating point numbers. FIND statement Finds the location of a specified string within a dynamic array. FMT function Formats a string to a specified pattern. FMTS function Formats the elements of a dynamic array for output.

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FMUL function Performs multiplication on two floating point numbers. G GES function Compares corresponding elements in two dynamic arrays. GET statement Gets input from an opened serial device.

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GOTO statement Causes program execution to jump to the code at a specified label. HUSH statement Turns on or off the echoing of characters typed at the keyboard. IF statement Allows conditional execution of statements. IN statement Gets raw data from the input device. INS statement Allows the insertion of elements into a dynamic array. LEN function Returns the character length of an expression. LENS function Returns a dynamic array of the number of bytes in each element of a dynamic array.

LES function Determines whether elements of one commandds array are less than or equal to the corresponding element in another dynamic array. LN function Returns the value of the natural logarithm of a jhase expression.

LOCK statement Sets an execution lock. LOOP statement Defines the start of a loop construct. MAT statement Array element assignment. MOD function Returns the arithmetic modulo of two numeric expressions.

MODS function Creates a a dynamic array from the remainder of the division of the elements in two dynamic arrays. NES function Determines whether the elements of one dynamic array are equal to the corresponding elements in another dynamic array. NOT function Inverts the Boolean value of an expression.

NOTS function Returns a dynamic array of the logical complement of the elements of a dynamic array. NULL statement Does nothing. NUM function Returns Boolean true if the supplied value is numeric. OPEN statement Opens a file or device to a descriptor variable.

RND function Generates a random number. RQM statement Pauses execution. SEEK statement Moves a file pointer. SEND statement Sends output to a device. SIN function Returns the sine of an angle. SLEEP statement Pauses program execution for a specified number of seconds or until a specified time. SMUL function Performs string multiplication. SORT function Sorts a dynamic array.

SQRT function Returns the square root of a number. STOP function Program termination. STR function Performs string duplication. SUBS function Subtracts corresponding elements in two dynamic arrays. SUM function Sums elements of a dynamic array. SWAP function Sub-string replacement.

T TAN function Returns the tangent of an angle. TIME function Returns the current system time. TRIM function Removes characters from a string. WEOF statement Writes an end of file mark on an attached tape device. Was this article helpful?

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Please fill out the contact form below and we will reply as soon as possible. Not finding what you’re looking for? Create a dynamic array of logical AND of hbase elements from two arrays. Returns the bitwise negation of an integer specified by a numeric expression. Tests the bit number of the integer specified by an expression. Returns the length of the expression as the number of bytes rather than the number of characters.

Used to create executables and shared libraries from the application source code.

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Concatenates corresponding elements in two dynamic arrays. Adjust existing time stamp to return new timestamp value. Initializes all unnamed common variables to a value of zero. Declares a list of variables and matrices that can be shared among programs.

Returns the number of times that one string occurs in another. Counts the number of times a substring is repeated in jbaee element of a dynamic array.

Counts the number of elements in a string separated by a specified delimiter. Calculates the value of the quotient after division of the dividend by the divisor.

Converts all uppercase characters in an expression to lowercase. Returns the hexadecimal representation of a decimal expression. Turns on or off the echoing of characters typed at the keyboard. Unconditionally passes control to another executable program. Declares a symbol equivalent to a literal, variable or simple expression.

Tests if elements of one commandd array are com,ands to the elements of another dynamic array. Replace substring in an expression with another substring.

Returns the mathematical constant e to the specified power. Archaic method of extracting elements from a dynamic array. Returns a dynamic array of delimited fields from a dynamic array of strings.

Attempts to lock an entire file for exclusive use by this program. Finds the location of a specified string within a dynamic array. Defines a footing to be included at the bottom of an output page.

Determines the value of the specified environment variable. Causes program execution to jump to the code at a specified label.