This is my own coding language I have developed! To learn and for details, check out https://repl.it/@HarveyH/LuaH-Learning !
From now on, I will be recreating my previous repls with LuaH. Here is my list so far:
I have now added a 'Userhelp folder' for anyone who needs help. It includes already written code for you to copy and paste (Imports.lh) and a tutorial for you to learn (Tutorial.txt).
You do the actual coding for LuaH at the bottom underneath environment.
Looks Good But from what i see most of the function besides the output is a variable to a library
@HarveyH When i get in the mood to make a language i make it into something unique, in my latest attempt i wrote a lexer that mostly takes action on what it finds (i know, terrible.. but i can fix this in the future)
But it was succesful.. it can output, compare, and set variables(That are currently unusable otherwise)
It can do basic addition and comparison so far and ignores spaces
On top of that i didn't use any regular expressions
edit: btw i meant write a interpreter or something that reads input or a file and does what the language would normally do
I am trying to make my own terminal: Aurora, I am calling it. I was wondering- since I am REALLY new to programming, I need advice. I tried to make variable assignment, but have no idea how to tell python to make a brand new variable on its' own.
I'm not a python expert or anything, but is this not just a function?
Edit: Saw this post 2 hours ago but forgot to submit my post, I see someone else mentioned this also. But yeah not exactly the best choice of words.
"This is a new coding language"