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Yeuph Hey guys, I'm pretty new to programming. I've played with some *really* simple Python programs and C++ text-based games before, but for all practical purposes I'm a complete beginner. 03:04
I believe Raku installed correctly and I've got Comma running. I'm noticing that I can't run (SHIFT + F10) files in Comma like I could with Python, the triangle run indicator just won't select and shift+F10 doesn't do anything either.
Not really sure what to do
Hey guys, I'm pretty new to programming. I've played with some *really* simple Python programs and C++ text-based games before, but for all practical purposes I'm a complete beginner. 03:06
I believe Raku installed correctly and I've got Comma running. I'm noticing that I can't run (SHIFT + F10) files in Comma like I could with Python (PyCharm), the triangle run indicator just won't select and shift+F10 doesn't do anything either.
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Hey guys, I'm pretty new to programming. I've played with some *really* simple Python programs and C++ text-based games before, but for all practical purposes I'm a complete beginner. 03:12
I believe Raku installed correctly and I've got Comma running. I'm noticing that I can't run (SHIFT + F10) files in Comma like I could with Python (PyCharm), the triangle run indicator just won't select and shift+F10 doesn't do anything either. Using Windows
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thowe haven't used Windows since the 90s and never used Comma; I'm no help here. 05:40
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MasterDuke @Yeuph you probably need to point comma at your raku install. for me, it's under File -> Project Structure -> Raku Compilers 09:15
stevied <@285219620208771072> you gave up on vim already? 12:53
<@285219620208771072> on simple option to get started quickly is: replit.com/languages/raku 12:58
@Yeuph#9974 one simple option to get started quickly is: replit.com/languages/raku 12:59
Yeuph Okie doke. I'll play around with that when I get home from work. Ty ty 13:30
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stevied how can I get the attributes and values of an object dumped out to a hash? 20:35
Anton Antonov @stivied This SO discussion has relevant links: stackoverflow.com/questions/686220...ku-package 20:45
stevied thanks, I'll check it out
MasterDuke m: my $f = FatRat.new(1, 3); for $f.^attributes -> $a { my $n = $a.name.substr(2); say "$a = {$f."$n"()}" if $f.^can($n) }    # @stevied this is sort of a hack job, but might get you started 20:59
camelia $!numerator = 1
$!denominator = 3
MasterDuke m: my $f = FatRat.new(1, 3); for $f.^attributes -> $a { my $n = $a.name.substr(2); say "$a = {$f.?"$n"()}" }    # or this perhaps 21:00
camelia $!numerator = 1
$!denominator = 3
stevied Thanks, yeah, I was able to figure it out from this post: perl6advent.wordpress.com/2015/12/...ospection/ 21:33
I did the same thing you did, looks like
i'm surprised there isn't an easier way
converting my crappy little module over to OO took 2 days for me to figure out. ugh. and it's probably garbage 21:37
gfldex m:``` 21:53
my $f = FatRat.new(1,3);
my %h = $f.^attributes.map({ use nqp; .name => nqp::getattr(nqp::decont($f), $f.WHAT, .name) });
dd %h;
```
@stevied#8273 There be dragons if you poke around in the private parts of objects.
stevied @gfldex#8222 well, for now, my goal is to just get something that works and learn OO in Raku 22:10
Yeuph looks like comma is linked up to my compiler 23:38
states "Raku v2021.12" under File -> Project Structure -> Raku Compilers 23:39
in C:\Program Files\Rakudo\bin
This is helpful. Playing around now 23:47
Still really wanna get Comma working
ty tyu
ty ty
stevied np
Yeuph Replit that is, in case that wasn't clear 23:49
stevied right
MasterDuke shift+f10 and the run button work for me. you might want to try over in #cro, a bunch of the comma devs are there (though this is probably too late for them, you'll have better luck tomorrow) 23:52