Umpteen is a general-purpose programming language currently in active development being bootstrapped from Rust

Overview

The Umpteen Programming Language

This repository provides the reference implementation for the Umpteen Programming Language, bootstrapped from Rust. Umpteen is currently in active development and frequent breaking changes are expected until v1.0.x

As such, Umpteen is not yet recommended for use in production

Syntax

Comments

Write a line comment with # or a block comment with opening and closing ###

# This is a line comment

###
This is a block comment
Continued over multiple
lines
###

Variables

Create mutable or immutable* bindings with var and let respectively

var x = 10; # x is mutable
let y = 20; # y is immutable
x = 0; # OK ✅
y = 0; # ERROR 🚫

*NOTE: Immutable bindings are not yet implemented

Scope

# Global Scope

let a = 10;
print(a); # 10
{
  # Block-scope
  print(a); # 10

  let a = 20;
  print(a); # 20
}

print(a); # 10

Shadowing*

Immutable bindings support shadowing within the same scope

let a = 10; # OK ✅
let a = 20: # OK ✅
a = 30; # ERROR 🚫

*NOTE: Shadowing within the same scope is not yet implemented

Mutable bindings can be reassigned, however they are not permitted to be shadowed within the same scope. Conversely, shadowing is permitted within a narrower scope

var a = 10; # OK ✅
{
  var a = 20; # OK ✅
}
a = 30; # OK ✅
var a = 40 # ERROR 🚫

Conditionals

Test an expression with the if keyword

if true {
  print("This code prints!"); # ✅
}

if false {
  print("This code is unreachable"); # ⛔
}

As well as else and else if

let something = false;
let somethingElse = false;

if something {
  print("Something!");
} else if somethingElse {
  print("Something else!");
} else {
  print("Neither!");
}

Loops

Execute statements multiple times with the loop keyword. Use break to exit early from the loop body, or continue to halt execution of the current iteration and skip to the next one

var i = 0;
loop {
  print(i);
  i += 1;

  if i > 10 {
    break;
  }
}

Functions

Declare a function with the fnc keyword. Parameters require type annotations. Annotations for return types are required, unless the function returns Empty

fnc fib(n: Number) -> Number {
  if n <= 1 {
    return n;
  }

  return fib(n - 2) + fib(n - 1);
}

Data Types*

  • Empty: No value
  • Boolean: true or false
  • Number: IEEE 754 double-precision floating point representation of numerics
  • String: A series of characters
  • Object: Compound data types passed by reference instead of by value
    • Fnc: Function type representing a discrete collection of executable instructions
      NOTE: User-defined functions are not yet implemented
    • List: Dynamic Array type, representing a one-dimensional dynamically resizeable numerically indexed collection

*NOTE: The full specification for Umpteen's type system is not yet defined, definition of all types is subject to change prior to v1.0.x


WARNING: Umpteen is still in active development and frequent breaking changes are expected prior to v1.0.x. Not yet recommended for production use!

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Comments
  • Functions

    Functions

    Support for user-defined functions as well as a handful of native built-ins

    The brain.um sample program is no longer implemented with speculative syntax, although it is not working as of yet.

    The fib.um sample program now correctly implements the recursive fibonacci algorithm

    Rename RuntimeError to more semantically accurate InterpretError

    Remove outdated bytecode-related files

    Remove txt extension from history file

    opened by 347Online 0
  • Beginnings of Functions

    Beginnings of Functions

    Changes:

    • Replace intrinsic Print Statement with a native built-in print() function, in addition to new functions time() and str(x)
    • Break, Continue, Return, and Exit now belong to a dedicated Divergence error type which can be coerced to a Runtime Error when used in an invalid context
    • Lexer now recognizes the fnc token for functions, however User Defined Functions are not yet implemented. Parsing of fnc declarations is currently limited to displaying debug information about the parsed construct (
    • Support for both Line and Block comments
    • Support for += operator and its relevant counterparts for other arithmetic operators
    • Support string concatenation with the + and += operators
    • Support for Logical OR, AND operators
    • Rename 'Asterisk' token to 'Star' to facilitate better ergonomics when referring to the multiplication operator
    • Keyword for literals representing the empty value is now empty (lowercase e) in order to distinguish it from the similarly named type Empty (capital E). This has the added benefit of greater consistency with boolean literals
    • Catch function in lexer to provide greater ergonomics and readability, similar to the catch! macro in the parser. It is worth noting that this function in its current form is unfortunately not sufficiently sophisticated for lexing block comments. A worthwhile future addition would be to enhance this functionality, or support it with a macro to improve readability
    • New representation for Object values to facilitate pass by reference. Currently the Display impl for this is using unsafe with insufficient soundness guarantees. This will require future work to ensure this cannot lead to UB, or a safe alternative will need to be found
    • Encodes error messages differently, Umpteen Values are now stringified prior to error reporting, as future versions of the Value type may require lifetime annotations, which would otherwise need to be propagated to the error types. This provides a substantial savings in complexity, while retaining enough information to report useful errors
    • Opts in to some unstable features of the nightly compiler, most notably let-chains. This is sub-optimal, but was ultimately necessary to reasonably facilitate the current representation of values passed by reference. Ideally, support for the stable toolchain should be considered a blocker for the project to reach version 1.0.x
    • Removes currently unused StackItem type. A future version of this type will need to return for the compiled variant, however it will likely need to be completely rethought, given the degree to which the parse logic is still being defined
    • Add boxed! utility macro
    • Add VSCode Launch configuration for running with attached debugger
    opened by 347Online 0
  • Proper expressions

    Proper expressions

    Greater ergonomics for calls to report_* utils

    Rename Value and Variable expressions to more semantically accurate 'Literal' and 'Binding' respectively

    Append Eof token in lexer and report Unexpected Symbol errors, obviating SyntaxError type and Error token

    Additional Operators and ops now implement Clone, Copy, and TryFrom

    Properly parsing nested expressions via recursive descent

    • Macros improve readability of logic at the callsite while drastically reducing the need for boilerplate
    • Parse methods for different precedence levels (credit Robert Nystrom)
    opened by 347Online 0
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