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Hi Erik, 

Welcome to the forum. This looks interesting, thanks!
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dndbbs project:

Links to my MUD: (strictly 16-bit); AKA XP:

Dndbbs executables
http://www.filegate.net/pdn/pdnbasic/dnd50a1e.zip

Dndbbs source
http://www.filegate.net/pdn/pdnbasic/dnd50a1s.zip

Dndbbs upgrade
http://www.filegate.net/pdn/pdnbasic/dnd50a1u.zip

DNDDOOR - https://bit.ly/EriksDNDDoor DUNGEON - https://bit.ly/EriksDungeon
Interpreter - https://bit.ly/EriksSICK Hex Editor - https://bit.ly/EriksHexEditor Utilities - https://bit.ly/EriksUtils
QB45 files: - https://bit.ly/EriksQB45 QB64shell - https://bit.ly/QB64shell Some old QB64 versions: - https://bit.ly/OldQB64
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@Eoredson

The one thing I have been trying to do with this forum since the beginning is to organize the listings where it would be easier to find specific types of projects and demos. That is why you will find several empty categories like in the "image filter" section.

As I have told everyone over the years, this forum was originally built so we could have a place to go to while QB64.net was down. I had planned at one point to make other forums for other languages, but I didn't want to put that much work into it. I had several people tell me I should make this forum a multilingual (computer code wise) site where we could talk about many other programming languages, and I fought it for awhile. I finally gave in and added more categories. That is the third best decision I made with this site. The first one was to put it up. The second was to get the look to where it is now (graphically and organizationally wise), and the third was allow people to share projects, demos,and information on other programming languages.

On a side note, not only do I allow projects and information about computer programming, I also allow many other things as well even though they not be specifically about computer programming. Of course, there is a fine line between what I allow and spam, and I do not have any set rules to what I deem as spam. however, if it is something that could be used in programming project at some point, then I am all for it. For example, talks of Chess, outer space, nature, and electricity are a few examples. Why? Well, you never know what could inspire someone to create something really cool from what we talk about.

So Eoredson, if you feel I need to create any other categories on this forum, please let me know and I will be more than happy to accommodate, unless of course I feel there is a existing category that it could fit into.
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dndbbs project:

Links to my MUD: (strictly 16-bit); AKA XP:

Dndbbs executables
http://www.filegate.net/pdn/pdnbasic/dnd50a1e.zip

Dndbbs source
http://www.filegate.net/pdn/pdnbasic/dnd50a1s.zip

Dndbbs upgrade
http://www.filegate.net/pdn/pdnbasic/dnd50a1u.zip

DNDDOOR - https://bit.ly/EriksDNDDoor DUNGEON - https://bit.ly/EriksDungeon
Interpreter - https://bit.ly/EriksSICK Hex Editor - https://bit.ly/EriksHexEditor Utilities - https://bit.ly/EriksUtils
QB45 files: - https://bit.ly/EriksQB45 QB64shell - https://bit.ly/QB64shell Some old QB64 versions: - https://bit.ly/OldQB64
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Hi Erik, 

Yes, Walter is very encouraging for hobbiests! So I like it when you can see that too!
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So yas couldn't find an ave-e-tar with a toilet wand on its hat that wasn't wearin' a skirt? Ca'mon, tries harder varmint! Oh well, ya gots 4 stars soo ya mus' be doing somethin' right.

I tried to conjure up a hex editor once but when I was finished, it turned itself into a spell checker. Actually, I do recall, and this maybe 25 years ago, I did something to display exe files as machine code. That could have been the start of a hex editor. Too far in the past to recall but I know I got a kick out of running it and printing out the code.

Pete Big Grin
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Well shoot, Pete, make my day!

A spell checker does seem an excellent utility, if one would actually utilize it.

What? would become of a certain Western slang slinger!
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