An interpreter for the tone-deaf programming language.
tone-deaf is an esoteric programming language which manipulates a stack based on chords. This repository contains a reference interpreter for the language as well as the wiki describing each function.
tone-deaf can be installed through pip:
pip install tone-deaf
Running from a file
Programs can be run from a file in one of two modes: normal or ‘lyric’ mode. Lyric mode allows you to leave comments on every other line, like so:
E E E The above takes 3 integers. A7 A7 This will calculate (a ** (b ** c)).
which the intepreter reads as:
E E E A7 A7
Normal mode assumes there are no comments. To load a file in normal mode, use the -f option, i.e. tone-deaf -f program.deaf. To load a file in lyric mode, use the -l switch along with the -f option, i.e. tone-deaf -l -f program.deaf.
Using the REPL
If no file is provided via the switches above, you will be provided with a REPL. This will work the same was as the paring for normal files would, except the stack is persistent throughout the entire execution. Example:
td> E E E 1 2 3 [1 2 3] td> Em7 [1 2 3 3] td> E7#9 [3 3 2 1] td> A7 A7 A7  td> quit ...
The stack will be printed out after each line entered.
Please check out the wiki to get an understanding of all capabilities.
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