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moe

New generation language. JavaScript targeted.

Moescript

Sharp and cute ><

  1. npm install moe
  2. Enjoy
def max(list):
	var m = list[0]
	for(i <- 0..list.length)
		if(list[i] > m) m = list[i]
	return m

// trace means "console.log" with last argument returned.
trace max [5, 4, 3, 2, 1]
def emptyObject = [:]
def gameConfig = [
	player: [
		name: "tom",
		type: Human,
		level: 1,
		weapon: sword,
		inventory: [food, food, potion, bomb]
	],
	enemy: [
		name: "Dragon",
		type: Dragon,
		level: 9
	]
]
def Y(g) =
	// use "=" here...
	def rec(x)(y) = g(x(x)) y
	rec(rec) // ...means this value will be returned.

// Define recursive function using Y
// fibonacci = Y(functon(recurse){return function(n){...}})
def Y fibonacci(recurse)(n) =
	if(n <= 2) 1
	else recurse(n - 2) + recurse(n - 1)

fibonacci(5) // 5
def Man(name):
	this.name = name
def Man::speak(something):
	trace something

def outof(Man) Child(name):
	resend Man(name) // Man.call this, name
def Child::speak(something):
	trace "Ah!"
	resend Man::speak(something) // Man.prototype.speak.call this, something

var tom = new Child "Tom"
tom.speak "Thanks!"

Asyncs

def asyncLib = require "moe/libs/async"
def async = asyncLib.async
def sleep = asyncLib.sleep // sleep(f, dt) === setTimrout(dt, f)

def f() = process wait loadResource(something)
// def f = [build: fBuild]
// where fBuild(schemata)()():
//     return schemata.yield loadResource something, (resource) :>
//         return schemata.return process resource

def async randPrintNums(n):
	def tasks = []
	for(i <- 0..n)
		tasks.push async :>
			sleep! (100 * Math.random())
			trace index
		where index = i
	join! tasks

randPrintNums 100

Enumerators

def enumeration String::getEnumerator():
	for(i <- 0..this.length)
		enumeration.yield! this.charAt(i), i

for(c <- "this is a string")
	trace c

List comprehension

-- Enumerator comprehension monad
var ecSchemata = object defaultMonadSchemata, => 
	def Enumerable @return(x):
		if(x != undefined)
			enumeration.yield! x
	def @bindYield(f, thisp, args) = f.apply thisp, arguments.slice(2)
	def Enumerable @bind(list, callback):
		for(x <- list) 
			for(y <- callback x)
				enumeration.yield! y

var mktable(G) =
	var f = G.build ecSchemata
	f.apply(this, arguments)()

// simple usage
for(item <- mktable {var x <- (1..100); x * 2 + 1}) trace item

// complicated usage
var t = mktable {var x <- (1...9); var y <- (x...9); x + ' * ' + y + ' = ' + x * y }
// t = mktable [build: fBuild]
// where fBuild(schemata)()() =
//     schemata.bind (1...9), (x) =>
//         schemata.bind (x...9), (y) =>
//             schemata.return (x + ' * ' + y + ' = ' + x * y)
for(item <- t) trace item