SPIN THIS ALL! . eat at tea. It turns.
As the I of It is capitalized?
SPIN THE SPINNER! Look ook ok k. Hey ey ey.. SPIN THIS ALL! Look ook ok k!
As . becomes a space, or a new line? I would expect there to be an escape character necessary, such as
SPIN THE SPINNER! Look ook ok k. Hey ey ey\..
-- Marz 17:39, 26 August 2007 (UTC)
Yeah, I made it lazily. I'll fix them tomorrow. --(this comment by Hohoo at 17:47, 26 August 2007 UTC; please sign your comments with ~~~~)
WHAT IF SPINNER / HEY SPINNER DO THAT / WHAT IF SPINNER SCREWS UP
You don't give examples using the if-then-else commands. How do they work? Can we use variables as if they were booleans, or are there comparison operators? Also apparently there is nothing like and "endif" or parentheses, so how do we know where the if-then-else stops? Here is an example program that is supposed to be a truth-machine. Does it work as I expect it to?
START TO SPIN! NEW SPINNER! SPIN. FEED THE SPINNER! SPINNING. WHAT IF SPINNER! SPINS. HEY SPINNER DO THAT! MORE SPINNING PLEASE! SPIN THIS ALL! SPINNING. LESS SPINNING PLEASE! WHAT IF SPINNER SCREWS UP! SPIN THIS ALL! SPINNING. STOP SPINNING!