Juliar.Future: Guide to building a simple program

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Hey guys,

Today we will be learning to program something in Juliar.Future (j.F)

j.F allows the use of prefix notation, that means      + 3 2 is equivalent to 3+2. This is useful in Juliar as it allows you to call + on every element. It makes sense to use it on a data i.e. when loading a file, you could add the numbers up without manipulating data i.e. 32.0 55 22 77 etc.

j.F also follows open system standards and to do system operations at the system API level.

Here is the code that we will look at:

function main() = {
    printLine(" ============= main method ================");

    int z1 = - 58912 2;
    int X1 = - 3 2;

    printLine("printing the value of the z1 variable");

    call test();

    printLine ("=========== end of main method==================");

function test() = {
    printLine("======= test method===============");
    int s = - 1259 2;
    printInt( s );
    printLine("=======end of test method==========");

printLine basically outputs the content to the file or terminal.

printInt converts everything to numbers and output numbers. So, if you have “A” it will output 65.


The main() is called when code enters the script. Please NOTE: This ONLY occurs if it is the main file. If the file is loaded from another function, it will not be called.

Here we use the call method to call function test(). However, you will be able to just use test() in the near future. The call method will be deprecated soon.

I wish you luck!

For the latest news visit https://www.juliar.org, and the forums at https://www.juliar.org/forums.

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