|Adding BASIC script interpreter firstname.lastname@example.org (1995-02-16)|
|Adding BASIC script interpreter Dave@OCCL-CAM.DEMON.CO.UK (Dave Lloyd) (1995-02-17)|
|From:||email@example.com (Michael Malak)|
|Keywords:||Basic, interpreter, question|
|Organization:||Express Access Online Communications, Greenbelt, MD USA|
|Date:||Thu, 16 Feb 1995 00:11:30 GMT|
I am searching for an easy way to add a macro/scripting capability to
my application developed under the Watcom C/C++ 10.0 DOS extender. My
first choice would be a BASIC-type language, as most of the end-users
for the application already know BASIC.
I have looked at TCL, but I find its LISP-like syntax obscure and
confusing. The commercial product PCYACC only does lexical parsing
and leaves symbol/variable tables, etc. up to the programmer. I'm
looking for something I can link in, and have it interpret user
programs which make subroutine calls to compiled subroutines built-in
to my application.
Does anyone know of anything like this? Perhaps some good code
based on YACC output but fully-fleshed out?
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