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How To Create A True Programming Language Version 2

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Submitted on: 1/1/2015 7:44:00 AM
By: telle (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 7 Users
Compatibility: Delphi 5
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     Source code to SrcTrans v1.65; Download to SrcTrans v2.0 Final; example TFF and InputFile


 
				

How To Make A True Programming Language; Version 2



In version 1, i told you the concepts on how to make a true programming language. In this version, version 2, I will tell you how to use a special new version of my SrcTrans, The Source Code Translator to make a language. I will also give you the source to version 1.65;

Download SrcTrans v1.65 Sources
Download SrcTrans v2.0 Final



Download SrcTrans v1.65 Sources
Download SrcTrans v2.0 Final

Simple TransFormatFile:

program(001): program arg00 ;
var(001): var arg00 ;
body(000): begin ;
output(001): writeln(arg0) ;
endprog(000): end.;
setvar(002): arg0 := arg1 ;

Simple InputFile:

program HelloWorld.SBL
var Str
setvar Str,Hello World
body
output Str
endprog

this translates to:

program HelloWorld.SBL
Str := Hello World
begin
writeln(Str)
end.
anyway, thats just an example, have fun with it

v2.0 has a a few built in functions, but all you need todo in a dos prompt for v2.0 is type:
SrcTrans /?
and will give you information of the entire program.

Well i know its not much here, but its a lot in the long run. Please vote if you like this


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