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The Latin Programming Language

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# Celeratas

The Latin Programming Language

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## Description

Built from python, Celeratas uses a custom ident-oriented syntax that features latin keywords. Although some of the text is written in latin, there is an English help menu with translations for all of the keywords.

## Getting Started

### Dependencies

  • Windows, Macos, Unix, or Linux

  • Python3

### Installing

  • Open the terminal and type:

` pip3 install Celeratas `

### Executing program

  • In order to open the Celeratas interactive shell, type the following into the terminal:

` celer `

  • From there, you can type ‘auxilium’ (meaning help) to learn about the basics of the language.

` auxilium `

  • If you want to read from a file instead, add the file name as an argument.

` celer file_you_want_to_read.clr `

## Author

Finn Mattis

## Version History

  • 1.0.0

    • The initial release of Celeratas! Integers, Floats, Roman Numerals, Bools, Strings, Arrays, Hash Maps, Variables, Conditionals, Loops, Try-excepts, Functions, and more!

  • 1.1.0

    • Added support for assigning multiple variables at a time. Ex:

    ` a, b = val1, val2 `

    • Can now access basic dunders from python import

  • 1.1.1

    • Hotfix for python import dunders not working

    • Updated Readme and Grammar rules

  • 1.2.0

    • Can now access the shell with ‘celer’

    • Added keyword arguments to functions

    • TONS of backend changes and better tests

  • 1.2.1

    • Added versioneer and started working on CI/CD

  • 1.2.2

    • Added automatic github actions to create a release and publish to pypi

  • 1.3.0

    • Can now read arguments with “__args__” variable

    • Added split function for strings

    • Improved help menu

    • Fixed a LOT of bugs

## License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details

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