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The spBasic language was originally designed by Michael A. Gilbert in 1987 and revised in 1998 by Mike Alexander (alterego) and Kim Van Dyke (alterego). It is currently maintained by Kris Vermeulen, also known as ‘avc’.
The spBasic language is very powerful, allowing the user to create spreadsheets that can be used for a wide range of applications, in addition to being able to produce a full range of output that you can use to present your data. The spBasic language is similar to the basic language in many ways, with the added power of making programs that can operate on data and produce reports in the xlWB and xlWAS formats. spBasic is similar to BASIC, which is similar to FORTRAN. spBasic is similar to some of the PL/1 and APL languages which are used for numeric computations.
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Slightly different from the original version, it has support for character set encoding when reading files and when printing to the screen. The syntax of the language remains the same, but has the following differences:
1. The language now allows characters outside the 8-bit ASCII range, by using a Unicode encoding.
2. The language now allows more digits in numbers, thus making numeric values bigger than 9999999999.
3. The language allows for fast extraction of data when reading a file. This is useful for reading an Excel file where all of the data in a cell is stored in the cell, when in fact only a certain number of the characters are stored in the cell, leaving the rest for Excel to store elsewhere.
4. A syntax error “D” character (“4”) will cause a syntax error, where as before it caused an incorrect or faulty interpretation of the line. This might seem like a bad thing, but now we are more strict about making sure that we get all of the characters out of a cell before we perform a calculation.
There are other differences as well. For a more complete list see the NEWS file included with the download.
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The KEYMACRO is a macro that searches for an existing code block in the selection area and checks whether it has any code already defined, if it does not have any code, then it will generate a code block for the user to edit and use. This macro is useful in creating quick macros that contain useful code for frequent use.
In the SYSINFO macro, the user has the ability to select the Operating System, the loaded software, the loaded modules, and the memory and registry information. This macro is useful in quickly checking what the system is loaded with or can be useful in quickly seeing if some software or module was not loaded correctly.
The NEWMACRO macro will search in the current code block for a new macro. This macro allows the user to edit a new macro which has not been previously defined.
The ACTIVATE macro is a macro that will open an already existing code block for user editing, this macro is useful in opening code blocks that are needed for the user to edit.
The DBG macro will close the currently opened code block, and add a code block to the code area for the user to edit. This macro is useful in debugging macros by closing the code block that is currently being edited to debug the macro. This macro can be used in conjunction with the RUNMACRO macro for debugging a macro.
The RUNMACRO macro will open a code block for the user to edit, and then run the currently opened macro. This macro is useful in running the currently opened macro. This macro can be used in conjunction with the DBG macro for debugging a macro.
The SYSTEMINFO macro will collect system information for the current system, such as the current time, temperature, CPU usage, and memory usage. This macro can be useful in quick data collection for the user.
The DEBUG macro will close the currently opened code block, and add a code block to the code area for the user to edit. This macro is useful in debugging macros by closing the code block that is currently being edited to debug the macro. This macro can be used in conjunction with the RUNMAC
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An Introduction to spBasic.
This package is based on the.NET Framework (available at:
This is the first release of SpBasic. The.NET Framework and Microsoft Excel are required.
The system requirements are as follows:
Microsoft Excel 2007 and above
Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and above
.NET Framework 2.0 or higher
You will need to have installed Microsoft Windows operating system.
These reference pages describe the specifics of the programming
.NET Framework 2.0 and higher
Instructions for Installation and Configuration of SpBasic
Download and unzip this package to a location of your choice.
This package will work with any.NET Framework 2.0 and above computer that is Microsoft Windows Vista or higher.
Examine the spBasic.sln file and see if there are errors. If errors exist, fix them and re-zip the package.
To open the spBasic.sln file, you will need to have the Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio 2003, or Visual Studio.NET installed.
The EXE application must be run from the folder where the.NET Framework is installed. If it is not installed on the hard drive, you will need to install it in Program Files and then run from the folder where the.NET Framework is installed.
Once you have Visual Studio installed, you will need to download and install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition. This software package is designed for developing and compiling your code and can be downloaded at
Once the Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition is installed, install the spBasic Visual Studio 2008 project templates. To do this:
Right-click on the spBasic Project and select ‘New’
Select ‘Visual Studio 2008 Project’.
Now that the project templates are installed, you are ready to run and debug your application.
If you get any errors during the installation process, fix them and then re-run the installation.
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The SpBasic Engine is designed to provide the basic functionality of a spreadsheet such as Microsoft Excel. It has a number of similarities to Microsoft Excel and provides the same kind of functionality. This includes some of the familiar features of ‘Basic’. However, it is not just a ‘Basic’ interpreter.
This engine will be good for those that are more familiar with ‘Basic’ or just those who want to learn ‘Basic’ concepts. It supports the basics of ‘Basic’. However, it supports many of the concepts found in BASIC, including:
A fairly complete ‘basic’ language with standard procedures, command line and function calls.
Support for a variety of worksheet functions such as: SUM, AVERAGE, MAX, MIN, MAXIF, MINIF, IF, AND, OR, XOR, LEN, POSITION, FIND, CELL, COLUMN, ROW, INDEX, and VLOOKUP.
Support for array (database) functions such as: ROW, COLUMN, VLOOKUP, FIND, CELL, INDEX, and MATCH.
Support for printing worksheets, graphs, charts, and a graphical user interface (GUI) to get data in and out of Excel.
Support for MOD functions such as: MOD(3,3) = 2
Support for various GUIs including: Serial, Numeric, and G-BUS.
There are a number of things missing from the ‘Basic’ language, including:
These missing functions will not be done in this project. SpBasic is made to be an easy to use spreadsheet, and if it were to include all of the functionality of the standard spreadsheet, it would become very complex. SpBasic has a number of very useful features, and is a great tool to get started with, however, if the user is looking to get beyond basic programming, they should look to a more full-featured BASIC interpreter such as CP/M-BI
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