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Postby Amit » Wed Oct 03, 2007 2:50 pm

The Project Page Is Here:
http://www.sciencebuddies.org/mentoring ... ?from=Home

I Dont Know Ho To Use QBASIC...Can Anyone Tell Me How. I Really Want To Do This Project!
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Postby Amit » Wed Oct 03, 2007 3:56 pm

Ok i figured out how to use t..i jus need to know what i should make for the project on QBASIc
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Postby OneBriiguy » Thu Oct 04, 2007 9:19 am

Amit wrote:Ok i figured out how to use t..i jus need to know what i should make for the project on QBASIc


Hello, Amit!

The project description gives a suggestion that you use QBASIC to write a computer program that can play the game Hi/Lo. You can use that suggestion as the thing you should make for the project or you can come up with your own idea for what to make.

It is important that you come up with a question to answer for your project. All scientific investigation is focued on answering questions - how things work, how outcomes change when inputs are varied, proving a hypothesis, and so on.

The project description poses a question for you to answer: Does "card counting" increase your probability of winning the Hi/Lo game? I think that you should either adopt this question or come up with your own. Having a question to answer will help you determine what to do.

Best wishes for success in your project.
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Postby Amit » Thu Oct 04, 2007 2:13 pm

ok yea i was thnking aout using that question but how would i make the hi/lo on QBASIC
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Postby wildfirefox » Thu Oct 04, 2007 3:48 pm

Amit wrote:ok yea i was thnking aout using that question but how would i make the hi/lo on QBASIC


Hi Amit:

Since you know the approach to the HiLo for your project, here's something for your programming:

http://www.libertybasicuniversity.com/l ... LO.BAS.htm

This should help you to put together a starting point for your programming basic. Modify the code until it best suits your needs.
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Postby davidkallman » Sun Oct 07, 2007 6:53 pm

wildfirefox wrote: Here's something for your programming:

http://www.libertybasicuniversity.com/l ... LO.BAS.htm

I was unable to follow the link to http://www.libertybasicuniversity.com
Is this just my system, or are others having the problem?

I also tried finding the site, via google, and got back to libertybasicuniversity.com So no new leads.

I also tried libertybasicuniversity.edu No luck.

Please help! Is my system just misconfigured?
Cheers!

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Postby wildfirefox » Sun Oct 07, 2007 8:04 pm

No, you're not the only one. The server to that site was down for the the past day for renovation. Here's an alternative download site:

http://www.webweavers.co.nz/system-80/d ... ames-1.htm

http://www.runbasic.com/?_page=examples

Hope these help.
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libertybasicuniversity.com

Postby davidkallman » Mon Oct 08, 2007 10:39 am

Nam,

Thanks for the alternative sites, since http://www.libertybasicuniversity.com is still down.
Cheers!

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