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Allison (3003)

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Thursday December 08, 2005
02:13 AM

Punie, print "ok 1"

[ #27890 ]

Today I worked on expanding Punie. Until now it has only been able to print a single digit, and only allowed one print statement in a file. It can now handle more than one statement in a file, and can print multi-digit integers and double-quoted strings.

  print 1;
  print 23;
  print "ok 1\n";

The double-quoted strings use the Text::Bracketed feature Patrick developed for PGE.

I've also started working on switching the Punie grammar over to the new, more maintainable way PGE offers for defining grammars. So, instead of:

p6rule('\d+ | <PGE::Text::bracketed: ">', 'PunieGrammar', 'term')
...

I can now say:

  grammar PunieGrammar;
  rule term    { \d+ | <PGE::Text::bracketed: "> }
  ...

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