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Re: Developing a microlanguage for non-perl programmers

by clemburg (Curate)
on Dec 04, 2001 at 18:14 UTC ( #129325=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Developing a microlanguage for non-perl programmers

My recommendation would be to use a syntax similar to Excel formula syntax, since a lot of users already know this, and it is a very basic prefix operator notation, which makes it easy to convert this syntax to LISP syntax, for which many parsers (and intepreters) are already available, including examples in the Parse::RecDescent distribution.

Christian Lemburg
Brainbench MVP for Perl

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[ambrus]: choroba: that doesn't matter, the cookies are independent on the webserver, they just have to contain your username and crypted password with a seed of the user's choice, you can change the hostname or even construct a cookie without asking the server
[ambrus]: choroba: and for perlmonks (but not for everything2), you don't even need a cookie, you can just send a username and password parameter in every request, and this is even documented in What XML generators are currently available on PerlMonks?
[holli]: i admire you choroba, if i had to work at such a place, i wouldn't last long. as bosses don't like if someone calls them clueless idiots
[ambrus]: (The cookie format is not documented anywhere afaik, but it's trivial to reverse engineer even without being a pmdev.)
[holli]: or "ignorant bricks" (that is not a typo)

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