Am 29.02.12 um 04.06 schrieb Dariusz Piatkowski:
> My young son is showing some interest in computer programming...what I want to
> walk him through is the real basics...thus the focus on BASIC!
> There used to be VisualAge for BASIC product on our platform some time
> back...and judging by various posts it wasn't really much of a success.
> However...I am looking for something that basically has a decent GUI and very
> straight forward 'hello world' type program development capabilities.
Yes, a limited beta version came with Warp 4 Application Sampler. It's
use was more an interface for DB2 database stuff, similiar to
CA-Realizer something for RAD or doing prototypes.
> I have VA for C/C++ installed here, Watcom, etc, etc...but do not want him
> starting with something like C or Java...we want very simple...
> Any ideas, recommendations?
> there are also longer lists of native or
DOS-based solutions for each programming language. I can recommend
Virtual Pascal. Most Turbo Pascal samples need only a change for the
unit to produce a 32-bit OS/2 or Win program. And it can also do more