The first look of the interpretor
Interesting. I'm actually wrtiing the same thing in FUZE. Where the user can only write one line of code at a time.
With this code you declare a variable called a
With the value 100
And after this you print Hello There
The end keyword is for stoping endless loops its more for the interpretor
@LucasJG25 I dont want to go through an entire input and then deciding what its actual is
I see. That's an interesting way to parser your code.
I need to go now. But it was nice talking with you. Keep me updated on your progress. It would be nice to see more.
@LucasJG25 ok but it will be a long time before this will also made on fuze
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Hey Guys its me David
Time has past and I went back to Python.
https://github.com/Davidthemastercoder/Hightodown Thats my current program now.
But when I watched a Video abou regular expressions and infinite state machines i imediatly tried it out in fuze i got a god result with some strange behaviour.
In the moment i am really interested in parsers and lexical analisis.
When I see my code who I have written once i must admit that this code is garbage.
I dont had enough and i still dont have enough knowledge to write a full functional interpretor but I try to teach me things.
SO WHEN will I restart here ?
I am not sure i would need to rewrite a lot of code.
Fuze doesnt make it easy to make lexical analysis but I have seen some wonderful projects from you guys.
Keep what you are doing.
When I understand how Lexical analysis and Tokenizing and Regex and Parsing and so on works and when I am able to do it in python. I will come back to fuze maybe. Thats also a reason why i dont use Things like Regex i mean i tried it out in python but I want to do much my own so that i can come back to fuze and use my code just transfering it to fuze.
Maybe I will implement an own little language with smaller Instruction set.
I wish you a nice day
@petermeisenstein Happy you're back!!
I'd like to advise that you take a look at
http://craftinginterpreters.com/#:~:text=Crafting Interpreters A handbook for making programming languages.,gritty details like bytecode representation and garbage collection.
It's going to help you understand the lexer and parser and will also help you understand the different ways to create your interpreter.
I'd also advise you to check out Nand2Tetris as this will also teach you how to build a lexer and parser as well.
@LucasJG25 Thank you