Q58658: Quick Libraries in BASIC 7.00 Don’t Use Expanded Memory
Article: Q58658 Product(s): See article Version(s): 7.00 7.10 Operating System(s): MS-DOS Keyword(s): ENDUSER | SR# S900207-70 | mspl13_basic Last Modified: 27-JUL-1990 When using a Quick library in QBX.EXE, the programming environment included with Microsoft BASIC Professional Development System (PDS) version 7.00 or 7.10, the Quick library is always placed in conventional memory. If you have expanded memory (as defined in the LIM 4.0 EMS), QBX.EXE utilizes this expanded memory for loaded source code segments that are smaller than 16K; however, Quick libraries are always placed in conventional memory. Microsoft BASIC PDS 7.00 or 7.10 is the only Microsoft BASIC product that supports expanded memory, so this is not a consideration in earlier versions of Microsoft BASIC Compiler or QuickBASIC. Note: (LIM 4.0 EMS is an acronym for the Lotus/Intel/Microsoft version 4.0 Expanded Memory Specification for MS-DOS.)
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