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Parrot::DWIM - Parrot's confusing opcodes made easy.
.sub _main .include "DWIM.pir" print "The answer is\n" add $I0, 20, 23 dec $I0 print $I0 print "\nsay's Parrot!\n" end .end
The first time you run a program under include DWIM, the module replaces all the unsightly opcodes from your source file with the new DWIM comment: # DWIM and runs normally.
The code continues to work exactly as it did before, but now it looks like this:
.sub _main .include "DWIM.pir" # DWIM "The answer is\n" # DWIM $I0, 20, 23 # DWIM $I0 # DWIM $I0 # DWIM "\nsay's Parrot!\n" # DWIM .end
Doesn't work for code like
I0 = 1
Probably a lot more.
Dami^WLeopold Toetsch (as if you couldn't guess)
Copyright (c) 2003, Leopold Toetsch. All Rights Reserved. This module is free software. It may be used, redistributed and/or modified under the same terms as Parrot.