clickclang

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clicklang
Designed by User:SpaceByte
Appeared in 2022
Computational class Unknown
Major implementations [1]
File extension(s) .cttm

clicklang, is an esoteric programming language created by User:SpaceByte for their project, Click To Ten Mod Manager. It is a simple esolang with commands of a command, and it's arguments, however, data storage is unusual, only allowing for one string, and has an unusual system of doing so.

Mechanics

clicklang does not have events or functions, so in order to execute code per frame, you must somewhere in your code type [Update]. Any code after an Update line, is executed each frame.

Valid Conditions

[val]=[val2] Equality, represents if values are the same.
[val]>[val2] Represents if one value is bigger than another.
[val]<[val2] Represents if one value is smaller than another.
leftclicked Returns true if left mouse button went down.
rightclicked Returns true if right mouse button went down.
arrowkey.[up/down/left/right] Returns if an arrow key is currently down.
spacekey Return true when the space bar first goes down.

Reference Variables

Reference variables are ones that are not made in a cttmm mod, or by any mod developer, but is referenced from click to ten, or the unity engine,

clicks | The amount of clicks displayed in game.
interval | The click interval.
goal | The goal amount to win.
deltatime | The amount of milliseconds since the last frame.
intlimit | Integer limit.

Strings

clicklang does not have string variables. Each mod gets one string for storage. You can not set this with one command, however you can type append commands, and clear commands. A clear command sets it to a blank string, and you can use the append command to add text to the end of the string. Thus, a clear command and then an append command, is equivalent to setting the string.

Commands

Command Description
setinterval [interval] Sets the interval (amount) per click.
setgoal [goal] Sets the goal of the game (amount of clicks to close the game).
win Close the game. At the moment, executes the same as the quit command, but is its own in case of future changes to winning, such as achievements.
quit Closes the game.
set [variable] [value/other variable] Set the value of a variable to a value, or the value of another variable.
setclicks [value/other variable] Sets the click counter to a specific value or variable.
goto [line] Skip backwards or forward to a line.
setadd [variable] [value1] [value2] Set the value of a variable to the sum of two values, which may also be variables.
setsub [variable] [value1] [value2] Set the value of a variable to the difference of two values, which may also be variables.
setmulti [variable] [value1] [value2] Set the value of a variable to the product of two values, which may also be variables.
setdiv [variable] [value1] [value2] Set the value of a variable to the quotient of two values, which may also be variables.
setran [variable] [min] [max] Set the value of a variable to a random number in a range. Max inclusive.
setsin [variable] [value] Set the value of a variable to the sine of a value.
setcos [variable] [value] Set the value of a variable to the cosine of a value.
setabs [variable] [value] Set the value of a variable to the absolute value of another value.
if [condition] [lines] If a condition is true, run the next [lines] amount of lines.
ifnot [condition] [lines] If a condition is false, run the next [lines] amount of lines.
while [condition] [lines] Run the next [lines] lines until the condition is false.
setred [color] Set the red value of the background color.
setgreen [color] Set the green value of the background color.
setblue [color] Set the blue value of the background color.
string.clear Clear the stored string (set to "")
string.append [text] Append text to the current string.
string.appendnumber [value/variable] Append a number converted to a string, to the stored string.
string.appendversion Append the version of cttmm to the stored string.
string.appendspace Append a space character to the stored string.
string.appendlinebreak Append a linebreak character to the stored string.
settext Set the text on screen to the stored string.
settext [variable/value] Set the text on screen to a variables value, or a number.
settext [text] Set the text on screen to specific text. (MUST BE CALLED ON UPDATE TO DO ANYTHING)
switchperspective Switch between a 2d and 3d camera.
movecamera [x] [y] [z] [rotation y] [rotation z] Move the camera in world space position.
addobject [x] [y] [z] [width] [height] [length] [red] [green] [blue] [alpha] Add a 3d (also shown as a square in 2d), object to the scene, given the parameters.
addimage [x] [y] [z] [width] [height] [rotation] [file] Add a 3d, or 2d image into the scene, of the chosen file.
addmodel [x] [y] [z] [width] [height] [length] [red] [green] [blue] [alpha] [file] Do the same thing as addobject, but with a specified model, one argument for the file name & type of the wavefront obj file.
clearobjects Remove all CTTMM objects from the scene.
playsound [file with extension] Play a sound from the audio file in the mods folder.
showmenu Show the mods loaded / version menu at any point in the game, including showing accurate clicks while displaying it. Must be run every frame that it should be visible on.
func [cttf file name, or cttf file with the extension] Runs code in a file, without it being its own mod, good for repetitive code.
log Log the stored string to the console.
settext [variable/value] Log a variables value, or a number.
settext [text] Log specific, pre-loaded text.
savevar [value/variable] [save name] Save a value to a location, which can be loaded on another game session.
loadvar [variable] [save name] Set a variable to the variable saved at location. Defaults to 0.
loadvar [variable] [save name] [default] Set a variable to the variable saved at location, defaulting to a specified value, if not found.

All commands which first arguments are not any that a command holds, aren't checked or executed at all, and are fully comments.

Example

Click To 69

Simple test mod. Sets the goal to 69, and makes clicking increment by 3, not one.

setinterval 3
setgoal 69