I have downloaded and installed BWBasic to tinker with
some older basic
programming code that I know.
I'd echo the previous poster. BASIC is a bad idea for so many reasons,
far beyond just the usual language biases people have. BASIC teaches
really bad habits. It's "considered harmful". ;)
I cant get it to run in RUN but it starts in Terminal.
However, with no
GUI I tell tell what I'm doing.
I'm not sure what you mean by this? Are you typing RUN at the $ prompt?
Most interpreted languages require a "shebang" as the first line in your
code - the bit that tells the script where to find its interpreter. It
usually looks like this: #!/usr/local/mylanguageoftheweek/interpreter
1) Is there away to make this more visual i.e. like
Erm. You tell us. I'll wager no one else here has used BWBasic. :)
2) Where can I find some coding instructions? (I have
getting anything I thought was relevant)
Coding instructions? Where do you wish to start? What are you coding?
Thanks in advance
Not sure I've been helpful, but then you have left me quite confused. :P