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end of programming language / programming

Posted 04 April 2018 - 12:58 AM

Hi there,

I have invented or just figured out
a principle

that works for any computer language,
something like an abstraction layer

in which you can create qutie complex programs
in any language (let it be c, sh, php, html, css ..)

in same style,

that allows quickly getting rid of the
programming itself and writing basically in your own language.


(if it follows just the simple principle underneath it)


I use it to write quite complex web based projects,
even in shell and anything,

as it allows even for an individual to create "difficult"
programs, as you basically "write it once" and use it always

creating & combining the functions {or modules or however you call those}

resulting afterwards in really easy creation
of anything computer based.

If one tries that,
one might see it's usefulness.


And again,
it is an abstraction layer above
the programming languages.

It is explained here>
https://www.youtube....h?v=4IuxdXbxEGw


simplest library / content side would look like this:
(dots mean space in this case, to see the structure on this forum post)

define
..<?php $.a = '.f'; ?>

my first program
..define
....a
......username
....f
......sample_name_.f
..define
....a
......date
....f
......current date
........f

and you could use the first program function in other functions afterwards

another function
..echo
....f
......welcome here

..my first program
....f

..echo
....f
......and if you would use
......a parametr to your function
......then you could apply the parametr there as well
..my first program
....f
......Joe

a
..another function
....f



Transmitter / Compiler would then basically convert (and connect your library and content side together,
creating identicalc code as that programmer would write)

I call this End of programming principle.

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Re: end of programming language / programming

Posted 04 April 2018 - 05:11 AM

Odd that css is listed.


Sure there are a lot of claims to this alleged abstraction layer, but I won't be ditching everything too soon.
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Posted 04 April 2018 - 06:39 AM

You do realise, also, that abstraction layers are nothing new, right?
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Posted 04 April 2018 - 06:45 AM

Wait until the assembly folk crawl out of their caves shaking their fists at 'high level' language folk.
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Posted 04 April 2018 - 07:02 AM

I do all my coding in raw binary and my unit tests on a Z1.
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Posted 04 April 2018 - 09:51 AM

FYI, if all you're going to do is communicate by typing, making a video of you typing is a terrible way to communicate. People can't go back and review something you wrote earlier because they have to rewind and then figure out where they were again, people can't copy and paste what you're saying to comment on it or use it, and probably worst, you're forcing me to read at the speed at which you type. I read faster than that, so even though that video is less than 8 minutes I can't get a minute in without feeling like I'm wasting my time. Also, this forum supports indented code, when we post code to each other we use a code box instead of indenting with periods.
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Re: end of programming language / programming

Posted 04 April 2018 - 09:53 AM

@art - you forgot to mention using better contrasting font/background colors.. like yellow on white. :D
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Posted 04 April 2018 - 12:59 PM

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So you're saying you wrote a new programming language?

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Posted 04 April 2018 - 01:01 PM

In another group someone said Haxe is the future. I laughed at them too.
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Posted 04 April 2018 - 01:15 PM

A new account comes to drop a link to their YouTube video and doesn't respond 12+ hours later. What's the over/under on a response at all?
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Posted 04 April 2018 - 02:25 PM

I'll put a dollar on him coming back in the next 12 hours and responding irrationally
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Posted 04 April 2018 - 03:16 PM

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Posted 05 April 2018 - 01:01 AM

View PostArtificialSoldier, on 04 April 2018 - 09:51 AM, said:

FYI, if all you're going to do is communicate by typing, making a video of you typing is a terrible way to communicate. People can't go back and review something you wrote earlier because they have to rewind and then figure out where they were again, people can't copy and paste what you're saying to comment on it or use it, and probably worst, you're forcing me to read at the speed at which you type. I read faster than that, so even though that video is less than 8 minutes I can't get a minute in without feeling like I'm wasting my time. Also, this forum supports indented code, when we post code to each other we use a code box instead of indenting with periods.

I encourage then not to waste your time.
btw. that's probably why I maybe wrote an example with dots instead of code box in here.

it works just like this
which I believe is possible to understand even from the small example above or in the video.

let's say we agree on 5 parameters for any function.

function could be this:
define variable // name of a function is up to you
  <?php 
  $.a = '.f'; // where the parameter should go, just type .a, .s, .d, .f, .e
  ?>

up to the parameters: I prefer this 5 params scenario with just letters,
as this way you don't have to define the parameters, just use then anywhere you wish.

and then you just use your function anywhere you wish,
including in another function.
define username
  define variable
    a
      username
    f
      user-.f // again, this can be, too, used then, in this one as a helping function for this imaginary project

define variables first // another function|module
  define username
    f
      testing
  define username
    f
      get username from input
        f


it's all just text,
so you can simply rewrite any part you wish to rewrite,
you can write it anywhere you wish (as long as it's a file with text you can transmit then to final raw language code)
main program
  define variables first // using the previously written function|module here
    f
  proceed
    f

Basically if you write a function|module
you can use it elsewhere.
And if you pre-place your parameters (.a, .s, .d, .f, .e) there
you can use that function with the parameters.

And program is basically putting those functions together,
comobining, making helping ones, customizing on-the-run just for the current project
or secton of the project

up to the point you end up with complete program / project
that you can transmit into real code, and have the program.

View Postjon.kiparsky, on 04 April 2018 - 12:59 PM, said:

So you're saying you wrote a new programming language?

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No, this is more likely working with text.
Easy moduling with still the same principle up to the complex modules
that you can use.

Not working with the programming language itself from the lowest point,
which is - the only moment you meet the programming language itself -
writing the base library function, like for the variable, as above,
or for whatever, for html document,
you type it once, and then use it as above without need to remember
anything from the programming language itself.

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I'll put a dollar on him coming back in the next 12 hours and responding irrationally

put two
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Re: end of programming language / programming

Posted 05 April 2018 - 04:10 AM

err yeah,

abstraction layers..... ok.....

i try to avoid abstraction layers as it slows my programs down its why i program in c...

how do i benefit from this ??

why should i add something like this that needs to be constantly recompiled presumably by your abstraction layer compiler..

how do i add a window a button a ribbon how do i interface with hardware ??

what is the point ??

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you won have a point its as good as a dollar...😉
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Re: end of programming language / programming

Posted 05 April 2018 - 04:51 AM

View PostMysak007a, on 05 April 2018 - 09:01 AM, said:

let's say we agree on 5 parameters for any function.


What? Why? It makes no sense to have a one size fits all function, if that's what you're suggesting.

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and then you just use your function anywhere you wish,
including in another function.


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Basically if you write a function|module
you can use it elsewhere.


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And program is basically putting those functions together,
comobining, making helping ones...


All these things are what we currently do today with our languages.

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