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Programming / A general purpose language similar as this
« on: October 22, 2021, 04:10:09 pm »
Somewhat odd question but I'm more curious about this one.

I have been programming on and off in C/C++/C#/Python/Ruby for years and although they are fine there was one scripting language call
RX Scripting Language (http://uxsoftware.com/pages/index.html) that I used for creating roulette systems a couple of years ago that I think (although different) was quite fun to program in.

As an example, the syntax is as follows:



As you can see it's not very clear what it does but what RX makes you do is adding words that the compiler will completely ignore:



Both are exactly the same but this way it's more clear what the code does. "has been, time, dollar on" is ignored by the compiler here.

The problem with RX is that the language is only for creating roulette systems so my question is if anyone is aware of a
general purpose language that allow you to do this.

I've made a couple of searches but I don't know how to make an accurate search for it so I thought it would be better to ask instead.

I tried searching for an english like language and I saw applescript but I don't know if it works the same way, if all the words are a must, that is.
Maybe someone that has been using it can confirm that.

Thanks.


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... and I wanted to see if you could identify these kanjis.

These are the ones:

Birth

Life

Death


I'm pretty sure that I got 'Death' right on the images above, but I'm not sure about 'Birth' and 'Life'. I googled these images
and found matches that 'Birth' and 'Life' has the same symbol.

But then I found another one for 'Life' and want to ask if the image above actually means 'Life'?

I don't want to put these on my skin if it's not correct. :)

Thanks.

-C_CliFF



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