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#97 in #interpreter
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Rust library to parse and interpret poetic source code
It supports all of the instructions and handles digit conversion accordingly, with the only difference being that it dynamically allocates more memory if needed instead of 30.000 bytes. This means memory pointer wrapping at the "end" is not possible. Maybe in the future through a option. https://mcaweb.matc.edu/winslojr/vicom128/final/tutorial/index.html
There are tests for the parser and interpreter which you can run with:
It will first parse the string source input and parse it to intermediate opcode number representation.
let mut buf = fs::read_to_string("input.ptc").unwrap(); let intermediate = Parser::parse_intermediate(&buf);
Then it will convert the intermediate representation to the instructions.
let instructions = Parser::parse_instructions(&intermediate);
These instructions can then be executed with the interpreter
let mut interpreter = Interpreter::new(code); interpreter.run();
You can let the interpreter just fully execute it with the
run method or step through every instruction with the
An example usage can be found at https://github.com/mztikk/poetic_interpreter which is a cli application that will take a poetic source file and execute it.