It’s complicated, and revolves around the macro system. So basically, macros let you bend the language to whatever you want. So you could probably write your own programming language in Nim just using macros. And the snippet I showed you is part of nim’s npeg parsing language macro
Ah yes, macros. I only knew about C macros until now, didn’t know Nim had macros.
I am confused by your wording, and I just saw this post now XD
That means definitely try this new language
But not understand anything that you wrote in README.md but able to write Hello world program and I this post about 1 week ago(because sent through Email) but anyways it’s fine
echo "hello world"
You should create some logos and a file icon.
This is awesome love it! Is there a way to get inputs form console?
So you put the old goto into a nim/python like language … I have goto. It is the most dangerous, misused command ever put into a language.
I still remember when I started programming the jungles of goto my first basic programs were.
That’s coming soon with native imports, if I recall correctly.
Cool, I would like to make this calculator use inputs
Yeah! That is right add some logo
I will make the calculator using this language
@dragonhunter1 add some inputs, comments and please explain clearly what you have written in README.md
Will exist, along with almost anything else you can ask for, with native imports
Which section? I think my wording was pretty good.
PS: if anyone wants to make a good logo I will add it.
I will, just describe kind of what it should look like (elements, colors, etc…)
Id really know, here are some ideas tho:
- Arrows, as @QwertyQwerty88 sketched
You can use AI to build it. wall-e gives 15 free credits per month …
@dragonhunter1 what colors?
Any colors. I don’t really care, but preferably light on the color, mostly black and white.
I went with rabbit silhouette
Is it final? Is there anything other than credit needed?