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Also, be sure to see the short examples at for a fast and interesting overview of Rebol's simple/productive coding style. The previous introduction to this text has been removed.

It's available here and in a shorter version here A slideshow presentation covering the previous introduction is available here. A Crash Course Introduction to REBOL 1.1 Installing and Running Programs 1.2 Opening REBOL Directly to the Console 1.3 Some Short Code Examples to Whet Your Appetite 1.4 Basics of REBOL Coding 1.5 Conditional Evaluations 1.6 Some More Useful Functions 2.

Lists, Tables, and the "Foreach" Function 2.1 Managing Spreadsheet-Like Data 2.2 Some Simple List Algorithms (Count, Sum, Average, Max/Min) 2.3 Searching 2.4 Gathering Data, and the "Copy" Function 2.5 List Comparison Functions 2.6 Creating Lists From User Input 2.7 Three Useful Data Storage Programs: Inventory, Contacts, Schedule 2.8 Working With Tables of Data: Columns and Rows 2.9 Additional List/Block/Series Functions and Techniques 2.10 Sorting Lists and Tables of Data 2.11 CSV Files and the "Parse" Function 2.12 Two Paypal Report Programs, Analyzed 2.13 Some Perspective about Studying These Topics 3.

Using GUI Windows and Widgets to Input and Display Data 3.1 Basic Layout Guidelines and Widgets 3.2 Breathing Life Into GUI Programs - Performing Actions 3.3 GUI Language Reference 3.4 A Telling Comparison 4. SOME COMPLETE GUI APPLICATION EXAMPLES 5.1 Generic Text Field Saver 5.2 Calculator 5.3 File Editor 5.4 Web Page Editor 5.5 Inventory List Creator 5.6 Inventory Sorter and Viewer 5.7 Contacts Viewer 5.8 Minimal Retail Cash Register and Sales Report System 5.9 Email 5.10 Scheduler 5.11 Parts Database 5.12 Time Clock and Payroll Report 5.13 Blogger 5.14 FTP Group Chat 5.15 Group Reminder 5.16 A Univeral Report Generator, For Paypal and any other CSV Table Data 5.17 Reviewing and Using the Code You've Seen To Model New Applications 6.

Creating Web Applications using REBOL CGI 13.1 An HTML Crash Course 13.2 A Standard CGI Template to Memorize 14.

Using REBOL to Create Presentations 8.1 REBOL as Presentation Software 8.2 Some Basic Layout Ideas and a Simple Code Framework for Presentations 8.3 Using Tab Panels and Menus to Present Information 8.4 Show.r - A Useful Line-By-Line Presentation System 8.5 Creating "Screen Shot" Images of GUIs 8.6 Embedding Binary Resources (images, sounds, files etc.) in Code 8.7 Playing Sounds 8.8 Launching Code in Separate Processes 8.9 Running Command Line Applications 8.10 Creating Simple Animations 8.11 A Simple Animation Framework for Presentations 8.12 Using Animated GIF Images 8.13 And That's Just the Beginning 9.

Makedoc And Other Useful REBOL Productivity Tools 9.1 Makedoc.r - HTML Document Builder 9.2 An Improved Text Editor 9.3 GUI Builders and Learning Tools 10.

More Essential Topics 12.1 Built-In Help and Online Resources 12.2 Saving and Running REBOL Scripts 12.3 "Compiling" REBOL Programs - Distributing Packaged .

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Real World Concerns and Examples: Why "Programming" Office Software 10.1 An Expanded Inventory Program 10.2 Receipt Printer 10.3 Advanced Time Clock and Automated Payroll Reports 11.More REBOL Language Fundamentals 11.1 Comments 11.2 Function Refinements 11.3 White Space and Indentation 11.4 Multi Line Strings, Quotes, and Concatenation 11.5 More About Variables 11.6 Data Types 11.7 Random Values 11.8 More About Reading, Writing, Loading, and Saving to and from Varied Sources 11.9 Understanding Return Values and the Order of Evaluation 11.10 More About Conditional Evaluations 11.11 More About Loops 11.12 More About Why/How Blocks are Useful 11.13 REBOL Strings 12.By: Nick Antonaccio Updated: Learn to solve common business data management problems with a versatile development tool that's simple enough for "non-programmers".** It's recommended that you first read a quick introduction to Rebol coding.Then return to read this text for a more complete look at all of Rebol's capabilities. See also 68 You Tube video tutorials about REBOL (10 hours of video).

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User Defined Functions and Imported Code Modules 6.1 "Do", "Does", and "Func" 6.2 Return Values 6.3 Scope 6.4 Function Documentation 6.5 Doing Imported Code 6.6 Separating Form and Function in GUIs - The Check Writer App 6.7 A Full Featured Group Note Sharing App 7.A Few Useful Data Visualization Tools 7.1 Displaying and Sorting Data Using Spreadsheet-Like GUI Grids 7.2 Creating Graphs, Plots, and Charts with "Q-Plot" 7.3 Drawing Charts Using Raw GUI Code 7.4 Creating 3D Graphs With r3D 7.5 Using the Google Chart API 7.6 Using the "Nano-Sheets" Spreadsheet App 8.

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