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ADMIRAL 19-01-2020 09:43

Mr.BlackFire69 Compiler
 
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Hi Mr. blackfire69
I have tried to make a compiler like you many times but failed because I am new to this section.
So please share your isspp.iss file so I can create my own ideas
Because I am sure it can help me a lot.

devil777 21-01-2020 06:27

Maybe he will... let's wait for that.By the way he'd told that he's not done yet with read mb/sec... like corepack had.
Also I appreciate about the .iss script.. it would let user edit... Something more up
Untill then Godspeed

Entai44 21-01-2020 09:45

did you have a good pascal programming language? inno needs it

devil777 21-01-2020 09:53

Negative I'll say...

ADMIRAL 21-01-2020 10:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by Entai44 (Post 484416)
did you have a good pascal programming language? inno needs it

no idon't
how i can learn inno programing?
Is there any member that teach me?

KaktoR 21-01-2020 10:20

No, no one will "teach" it to you.

But I will give you a direction: learn delphi. It's very similar to inno pascal.

PsYcHo_RaGE 22-01-2020 05:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by KaktoR (Post 484423)
No, no one will "teach" it to you.

But I will give you a direction: learn delphi. It's very similar to inno pascal.

its actually pascal, so if you learn pascal you'll learn delphi

its just "Embarcadero Technologies" which made it so called "delphi" but still i would call their version of pascal > "Object Pascal"

i would recommend learning pascal and using it in inno and then grabbing the RAD Studio for delphi programming.

devil777 23-01-2020 10:31

Hey dude Admiral Mr.Blackfire69 has done it...

https://fileforums.com/showpost.php?...55&postcount=1

By Mr blackfire


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