Then you go to the folder (affter unzipping it).
Then you double click on interp_2.py
then type the name of the ~ATH script.
You don't have to "install" the interpreter. You just run it.
is that it would change what object A points to, instead of changing the object that A points to.
Unlike A.DIE(); which kills the object that A points to, not A itself. (as A is a variable that points to an object, and as such has no alive/dead state)
I am working on implementing input.
I think it is almost working.
It is not yet on github.
For now I will be using
for getting text input.
Currently there is no way to tell what object corresponds to what character (though a character will always correspond to the same object)
So you would pretty much have to ask the user to type in all the characters you would be using.
I don't feel this is entirely satisfying, so I am open to suggestions on what type of syntax should be used to make a certain pre specified character's object be pointed to by a variable.
Also, there will be a variable called NULL that by default will contain an object that is already dead.
Suggestions open on whether this variable should have a different name.
edit: I might edit this post to improve my responces, because I feel that my responces are incomplete.