Friday, July 01, 2016

Leveraging the lesson browser

Liberty BASIC has a cool feature that many people don't take advantage of.  It's called the lesson browser.  It allows you to create a collection of different programs in a single file arranged in an outline fashion along with comments for each program.

This is great for:
  1. Creating lessons (yeah)
  2. Sharing ideas with others
  3. Grouping related programs in a project
  4. Tracking the evolution of a program (a kind of versioning)
Here is a screenshot of the lesson browser in action.  It is used to provide a tutorial and also example of new features of Liberty BASIC, but it can be used by users to create any collection of programs along with documentation.

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