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REALBASIC programming language

REALBasic is an object-oriented dialect of the BASIC_programming_language by REAL Software Inc.

The IDE for the current version (5.1) runs on Mac OS, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows. The professional edition can compile programs for all these platforms from the same source file. It can also access databases (Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL etc.).

The standard edition can compile programs for a limited set of platforms, and not access databases.

Realbasic is very powerful, supporting Apple Events, ActiveX, and Toolbox Calls.

Here's some sample code to take the value from two editfields (called firstfield and secondfield), and add them and put them in a third field called thirdfield.

thirdfield.text = str(val(firstfield.text) + val(secondfield.text))

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