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Generic Parsing Fun

Parsing Generics is hard. One of my summer projects has been working on a programming language called geode. here’s a simple look at it in it’s current state: is main include "std:io" func fib(int n) int { if n < 2 { return n; } return fib(n - 1) + fib(n - 2); } func main(int argc) int { int a; a <- 30; io:print("%d", fib(a)); return 0; } It’s pretty simple right now - no structs, you cannot assign to an array index (though you can read from one), and I want to do some more work with generics - the topic of this post...

Hello World

I guess I’m going to start “blogging” now… This Blog I’m not really sure what kind of blog this will be. And when I say blog, I don’t really mean it in the normal sense. It will probably end up being just a spot for me to dump my thoughts and log my progress in various projects I’m working on. I’ll probably post code samples, snippets, progress updates, project releases, etc – That kind of stuff....