Lease this WebApp and get rid of the ads.
Erik
I would think so eventually...
Thu Jul 6, 2017 8:14am
68.194.128.78

I guess to start it would make sense to just have it parse out basic html from an html file an display it. (br, b, u, i, a, ul, etc.)

This actually could be a fun little project! (even if totally useless lol)

  • Interesting...Puckdropper, Fri May 26 2:32pm
    Would you add the web 1.0 dynamic components like textareas?
    • I would think so eventually... ☻ Erik, Thu Jul 6 8:14am
      • I came to realizePuckdropper, Fri Jul 7 4:05am
        That doing this requires understanding both end points before you can do the middle. My Wry parser didn't make sense because I didn't know how I was going to present it to the browser. I'll have to... more
        • Do you plan on sharing the parser code?Erik_, Sun Aug 20 2:29am
          I'd be interested to see what it looks like and what it does. You've posted about it before and it sounds interesting.
          • Sure, why not?Puckdropper, Sun Aug 20 4:42pm
            It's a couple of classes, a helper file, and some pattern matching stuff. A couple levels of verbosity for trouble shooting. You can ignore the dostoy stuff, that was a failed experiment. I've sent... more
            • Got it!Erik_, Mon Aug 21 1:00pm
              Thanks. Looks like I'll have to set up PHP to try it out... hmm... or maybe I'll just use my linux computer... I'll let you know if how it all turns out.
              • Awesome! It works!Erik_, Mon Aug 21 1:14pm
                Statistics for pass 2 Total Lines: 4986 Sub Declarations: 144 Blank Line: 596 Line Count: 4549 Unlabeled Line: 1 Sub Definitions: 143 Expanded multistatement lines: 987 Multistatement Line: 398 Lines ... more
                • Some Excel graphs just for fun....Erik_, Mon Aug 21 1:35pm
                  These really paint a picture on how much of the source code sat inside of all those sub routines. (144 according to the parser) Graph isn't right now that I think about it as multistatement lines,... more
                  • Ah, CLS, LOCATE and COLOR are Graphics...Erik_, Mon Aug 21 1:43pm
                    that explains the large number of graphics statements. Ok, I need to stop replying to myself now.
                    • I've got to wonder what "professional" QB programsPuckdropper, Mon Aug 21 8:08pm
                      like Money, Gorillas and Nibbles would look like. The source should still parse, about all the source was doing was breaking it into bits so I could do something with it later.
                      • Just tried gorilla.bas...Erik_, Tue Aug 22 1:50am
                        It was parsed successfully. I don't think the functions are accounted for though so I'm not sure what extra effects that has besides missing from the counts. Here are the results: Statistics for pass ... more
                        • I remember thinking (but I guess I didn't document) that Erik doesn't [didn't] know what a function is, so I don't have to worry about it. Looks like I skipped a few of the key words, too. PLAY isn't ... more
                          • Hahaha! You would be absolutely correct!Erik_, Tue Aug 29 2:15am
                            Back when Wry came out I knew there were functions and subroutines but had no idea how to use functions. The parser program could actually be pretty awesome if the keywords were finished being mapped ... more
                            • That could be a pretty cool skewPuckdropper, Tue Aug 29 3:07am
                              I was planning on just making wry run in a browser (I have to use JS, HTML CANVAS docs are like: specify the size and then use JS.) I thought about just going in there by hand and wasting a few days... more
                              • That definitely is an interesting project and I dig it! I think Wry was actually one of the last files to get added to Pete's QB Site before it went mostly read only. If I would have submitted one... more
                                • I wonder how far it'll actually getPuckdropper, Fri Sep 1 3:18am
                                  It could be pretty cool to load a well-behaved (as in one that doesn't PEEK and POKE memory) program and actually run it.
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