Autocoding >Re: "Introduction to Ethics",
peter at engcorp.com
Mon Jan 28 06:44:47 CET 2002
Timothy Rue wrote:
> The first command, AI, starts up the VIC shell and give that instance of
> The second command, PK, keeps information about all the commands, such as
> The third command, OI, allows you to get information into variables and
> The fourth command, IP, represents where input is gotten from. This is
> The fifth command, OP, is similar to IP but is the set for where ouptut
> The sixth command, SF, controls how it process sequential lines in files.
> The seventh command, IQ, is a multi-depth search engine that sends
> The eigth command, ID, goes thru a list of user definable test. Upon
> The Ninth command, KE, keeps user definable information that helps
Hee hee... you just made all that up on the spot, didn't you?
I've implemented an improved shell, which I call NYKEE, which I believe
is an improvement over VIC, based on a single command that is
"in everything we do". That command is DI (Do It), and you just pass
it arguments describing what you want done. It's that easy! I
can even give examples:
DI var = open('filename')
DI lines = var.readlines()
DI print len(lines)
That's all there is to it! Why waste your time implementing VIC,
when my shell is already complete! I even made it backwards
compatible with a common programming language, so it would be
easy for programmers to use too. Just strip the DI command
off the front of each line and paste the raw parameters into
a file with extension .py. Then type "python filename" and
the program will run, even outside of my framework!
Thank you, thank you. (bowing)....
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