Je moet gaan stemmen op 15 maart! Denk aan het verhogen van de kiesdrempel!
Leg je paspoort of ID kaart en je stembiljet vast klaar. Continue reading
DELINE and ENLINE need a proper SPLIT functionality like R3 has.
Also there is another issue of how to return different types of data from a native function as there are no examples in the present natives that make this really clear how to do. Read on… Continue reading
Do I really need to give any advice in this???? YES YES YES to the BREXIT!!!! Don’t come to me complaining after you did not follow this advice! 😉
The testing goes on. Focussing on /with and in particular the char case now. So now we have this code deline*: func [ check? [logic!] _with [integer!] ;– with is reserved lines [integer!] /local data [red-string!] buffer [red-string!] val [red-value!] … Continue reading
Hi, This is Part 2 yes, the previous post was Part 1 but I did not call it that. So now we proceed and make a first version for trying out, we add to runtime\macros.reds in #enum natives! after last … Continue reading
A new release of the Red programming language is in the making. Many improvements are added as always. With this post I will try to push the cart a little on in the right direction. After I have made ENTAB … Continue reading
A view on the world programming language as a new release has seen light. Continue reading
(This article was largely automatically translated) It’s been a little while ago I found time to write a nice article on this blog. Fortunately, there’s another good reason to get something to post. Namely the 0.5.4 release of Red. Red … Continue reading
Red Release 0.5.4 is uit en ik laat zien hoe je een klein programma maakt in deze interessante programmeertaal. Ik probeer het echt heel uitgebreid stap voor stap te vertellen zodat het ook voor startende programmeurs die het Engels ook nog niet beheersen te begrijpen valt. Continue reading