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The documentation of ScriptBasic is available in various formats. These are the followings:
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- HTML Each document can be downloaded as a huge HTML file. Clicking on the HTML link you can see the documentation directly to your PC and saving it you can access it any time even when you are not online. You can easily search the document using your browser's search feature.
- HTML.GZ This format is the compressed version of the HTML version. You can download this to save download time, especially if you are modem user. Note that some documentations are quite large. For example the developers' manual is half megabyte uncompressed and 117KB compressed. To uncompress the document after download use WinZIP under WIN32 or gunzip under UNIX.
- HTML/SPLIT This is the HTML format of the documentation split into several small HTML files. Each section is in a separate HTML file with excessive navigational links. This format fits the best the on-line reading.
- HTML.TGZ This is the collection of the HTML/SPLIT files. You can download this single file for the documentation and extract it into a directory into several files. To extract this type of archive use WinZIP under WIN32 or tar under UNIX.
- PDF This is the Adobe PDF format of the documentation. This looks like the printed version of the document and can easily been seen on screen. Download this version in case you want to print the document or you prefer printed format documents on the screen. Note that PDF files contain several formatting information and thus are large. Consider downloading the compressed version.
- PDF.GZ This is the Adobe PDF format of the document compressed. Download this version instead of the PDF in case you want to save bandwidth. This is important especially if you are modem user. To uncompress the document after download use WinZIP under WIN32 or gunzip under UNIX.
- PS.GZ This is the compressed PostScript version of the printed document. Download this version in case you want to print the document on a PostScript aware printer.
- TEXI This is the original texi format of the documentation. This is more or less text format. You may need this in case you want to have the documentation in some format, which is not delivered on this site. There are numerous texi to XXXX converters. (for example makeinfo for Linux).
- TEXI.GZ This is the compressed format of the texi file. Download this version instead of the texi file to save bandwith. To uncompress the document after download use WinZIP under WIN32 or gunzip under UNIX.
- CHM This format is Microsoft compiled HTML. This format is specific to Windows and may not be view-ed under Linux or other unices. This file contains the html files of the documentation compressed. Internet Explorer opens this document type.
- RTF This format is Rich Text Format that can be loaded by many word processors, like Microsoft Word.
- RTF.GZ This is gzip compressed Rich Text Format. Uncompress it using gunzip or WinZIP to get the RTF format.