The Sol Programming Language!
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Absolute Basics
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This chapter is intended to give you just enough orientation of the Sol language to read the examples to follow.
Sol has just one comment type, and it is a line comment; it is preceded by two dashes (--), and appears as follows::
-- This is a comment
--Whitespace to the right is recommended, but not required.
-- Anything to the right of the dashes until the end of the line is completely ignored by the parser.
Interactively, and in many examples, the `prepr` `function <functions>` is used to print convenient forms of the value or values given to it as parameters::
prepr(1) -- Outputs "1" (without enclosing quotes) to stdout
prepr(13.3) -- Outputs "13.3" to stdout"
prepr("hi!") -- Outputs '"hi!"' (without enclosing single quotes) to stdout
Alternatively, the `interpreter` will print the resulting value of any evaluation entered at its prompt.