KAGSA is a new Interpreted programming language based on Python.
it designed to be easy to learn and practical for use in various projects. It has a flexible syntax and allows some things that other languages prohibit, such as using certain symbols in variable names and starting variable names with numbers. KAGSA contains several main components, including a lexer, syntax checker, parser, and compiler. It supports object-oriented programming, iteration, and other features commonly used in programming languages.
You can download it via Python pip, launch the command prompt and run the following command:
pip install kagsa
KAGSA is also available for Windows, Linux and Termux, any version can be downloaded from the official website
There is a document explaining the installation method, you can read it Here
Once you have installed KAGSA, you can start writing and running KAGSA programs. Here are the basic steps:
- Create a new text file with a .kg extension.
- Open the file in a text editor and write your KAGSA code.
- Save the file.
- Open a terminal or command prompt and navigate to the directory where the file is saved.
- Type the following command and press Enter:
filenamewith the name of your file.
Your KAGSA program should now run in the terminal.
Full documentation for KAGSA can be found in the KAGSA.ORG/DOCS.
KAGSA supports features such as object-oriented programming and iteration. Here are some example programs:
- Hello World
- Object-Oriented Programming
- Palindrome Checker
- Binary Search
- Error Handling
And more you can find it at KAGSA/KAGSA/examples.
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.