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Just tried gorilla.bas...
Tue Aug 22, 2017 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 2

Total Lines: 1135
Line Count: 909
Unlabeled Line: 459
Blank Line: 184
Sub Declarations: 18
Expanded multistatement lines: 21
Multistatement Line: 13
Sub Definitions: 16
Lines in Subs: 364
Remark: 214
Unassigned: 48
Structure: 128
Graphics: 95
Loop: 51
Control: 92
Output: 22
Text: 1
Input: 2

  • 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
      • 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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