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Some (semi-) random thoughts that might help:
  • If you can limit your language to only contain functions as the bodies of ifs, things should be easier
  • You could use a source filter or perhaps the CPP to translate ifdo expr function(args) to something like if(expr){function(1,args)}else {function(0,args)} and then use one or more of the Aspect:: modules to strip out the first arg and print an appropriate message. Or you could put a print in the else if that would be alright.
  • If you want to see the unexecuted code you could use a source filter to store it away and then print it out instead of deparsing it. That way you get the actual code.
  • You could write a translater from scratch to translate your language into perl and then run the result :-)

In reply to Re: Making my own control flow structure by traveler
in thread Making my own control flow structure by Anonymous Monk

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