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no. An example of a dy keyword feature is
I disagree with the implementation of otheer languages. It looks like rivalry and a lil bit childish
Only for the fact that it part of the simple-lang primary implementation. I call it flexible syntax.
You can check the earlier git commit from early febuary it has the feature but commented out trying to make it a main release feature
https://github.com/simple-lang/simple/blob/b7e86692d25166f6fb373a5eaafa1236db381a87/bootsrc/sources/simple_scanner.c line 584
Also we shouldn't say the feature in Simple is rivalry. This is something that any language core team could merge if:
Also if we were to compare it with yorlang. I don't suspect yorlang will be developed into becoming a fully mature laguage, based on examining the language owners point of view.
For me, what I'll also want to know is Simple's vision. As the only closely related statement I saw about this on the readme is,
"SIMPLE is a plain and innovative programming with multi-paradigm. It can be embedded in C/C++ projects. The language is portable to various OS including windows, macOS, any linux and unix distros and other OS. The language is small and fast."
For emphasis: a plain and innovative language .
Of which such a feature falls under.
Hence it's better to come up with a more concise vision statement, if that was not what was meant.
@Youngestdev for both large and small programs the Console is the better alternative, check my recent update the examples no more uses
@ instead they uses the stdout, stderr and stdin from the Console module. This will ensure more security and more advance way of printing and reading from standard stream. the following are being alternated
stdout.print() #instead of display stdout.println() #instead of `@`
displaycan be spared for use for quick debug and short samples like the native hello world. the
std streams in console are very efficient as they also resolve escape characters and the
printf() which works like the native C printf is under development
@/all I am adding compilation to object code to simple-lang to get ride of the module and make the entire source into one file of bytes codes like javac. The compiled source will be independent of the modules, such that when the compiled version is taken to another computer which does not have the modules it will execute. The advantages are below :