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Thread poster: fareedeh ghassemi
fareedeh ghassemi
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Aug 1, 2005

How I can find an online free programming language such as BASIC or one statistical software to calculate some figures.

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Patricia Fierro, M. Sc.  Identity Verified
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Try Microsoft Excel Aug 1, 2005

Hi,

I would suggest you to review the powerfull statistical functions that Microsoft Excel has, and to use Visual Basic macros if you need any additional calculations or features. MS Visual Basic is part of the MS Office suite.

Best regards,
Patricia


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Robert Zawadzki  Identity Verified
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Enter FreePascal in Google Aug 1, 2005

http://www.freepascal.org/

That's a good (although looking terribly) equivalent of Borland Pascal. If you like Pascal, that's a hit.

If you want to go for some Windows Programming try

http://msdn.microsoft.com/scripting/


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Robert Zawadzki  Identity Verified
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There are also free spreadsheets Aug 1, 2005

http://www.openoffice.org/

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Tsu Dho Nimh
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More information please Aug 1, 2005

fareedeh ghassemi wrote:

How I can find an online free programming language such as BASIC or one statistical software to calculate some figures.


What kind of "figures" do you want to calculate, and what kind of operating system do you have? I know where there is a lot of free software, but I don't weant to recommend anything until I know EXACTLY what the problem is.


I doubt you want a "programming language" - you would have to write your own software before you could calculate anything.


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Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
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Math packages Aug 2, 2005

There are lots of packages available, like Mathcad or MacAnova (free).

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fareedeh ghassemi
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programming language preferred Aug 2, 2005

Tsu Dho Nimh wrote:

fareedeh ghassemi wrote:

How I can find an online free programming language such as BASIC or one statistical software to calculate some figures.


What kind of "figures" do you want to calculate, and what kind of operating system do you have? I know where there is a lot of free software, but I don't weant to recommend anything until I know EXACTLY what the problem is.


I doubt you want a "programming language" - you would have to write your own software before you could calculate anything.


I can write a simple software and my preferred programming language in this case is BASIC.My Computer's operating system is Windows XP and part of my formula is as followes: Total=(-10000)/ -Ln(A=A+(e^(-10000/Ti)))i=1 to N, e=2.718)

[Edited at 2005-08-02 12:51]


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xxxOlaf
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Use Excel VBA Aug 2, 2005

fareedeh ghassemi wrote:

I can write a simple software and my preferred programming language in this case is BASIC.My Computer's operating system is Windows XP and part of my formula is as followes: Total=(-10000)/ -Ln(A=A+(e^(-10000/Ti)))i=1 to N, e=2.718)

[Edited at 2005-08-02 12:51]


If you have MS Excel, you could use the built-in VBA macro language. It's based on Visual Basic 6.0 and you could easily program your formula there.
If you prefer a stand-alone basic, try Small Basic http://smallbasic.sourceforge.net/.


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Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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Try YaBasic, which is based on or inspired by BASIC Aug 4, 2005

fareedeh ghassemi wrote:
How I can find an online free programming language such as BASIC or one statistical software to calculate some figures.


Why not give YaBasic a try? It's basically BASIC and it works on many platforms and you can bundle the interpreter (200 kb extra) with the source to make an EXE which you can share.

http://www.yabasic.de/


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fareedeh ghassemi
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thanks Aug 4, 2005

Samuel Murray wrote:

fareedeh ghassemi wrote:
How I can find an online free programming language such as BASIC or one statistical software to calculate some figures.


Why not give YaBasic a try? It's basically BASIC and it works on many platforms and you can bundle the interpreter (200 kb extra) with the source to make an EXE which you can share.

http://www.yabasic.de/


Many thanks. I could find a free gwbasic via internet and write my program and although this version is very old but it could solve my problem effectively. I also will try yabasic.
Many thanks, all.


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