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Creating VB.NET interpreter

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Hello,

I'm implementing a VB.NET interpreter, it will the second language supported
by paxScript scripting engine: www.paxscript.com

I need in a collection of simple VB.NET programs which can help me with the
testing of the interpreter. Could you help me please and to suggest some
links related to this subject?

Thank you.

Alexander Baranovsky,
VIRT Laboratory
www.paxscript.com
www.paxscript.net



Nov 21 '05 #1
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"Alexander Baranovsky" <ab@cable.netlux.org> wrote in message
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| I'm implementing a VB.NET interpreter, it will the second language
supported
| by paxScript scripting engine: www.paxscript.com

"If you know VB.NET, C# or Object Pascal, you are already familiar with
paxScript."

yep, yep, yep...never heard of it.

| I need in a collection of simple VB.NET programs which can help me with
the
| testing of the interpreter. Could you help me please and to suggest some
| links related to this subject?

msdn samples.
Nov 21 '05 #2

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> | by paxScript scripting engine: www.paxscript.com

A wrong link. Correct link is www.paxscript.net (.NET version of
paxScript).
msdn samples.
Of course. But it looks rather poor for the testing purposes.

"steve" <a@bc.com> сообщил/сообщила в новостях следующее:
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"Alexander Baranovsky" <ab@cable.netlux.org> wrote in message
news:ut*************@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...

| I'm implementing a VB.NET interpreter, it will the second language
supported
| by paxScript scripting engine: www.paxscript.com

"If you know VB.NET, C# or Object Pascal, you are already familiar with
paxScript."

yep, yep, yep...never heard of it.

| I need in a collection of simple VB.NET programs which can help me with
the
| testing of the interpreter. Could you help me please and to suggest some
| links related to this subject?

msdn samples.

Nov 21 '05 #3

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"Alexander Baranovsky" <ab@cable.netlux.org> wrote in message
news:e0**************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...

| A wrong link. Correct link is www.paxscript.net (.NET version of
| paxScript).

funny how this new/alternate link does nothing for my recollection of the
same product...even though i apparently *should* have heard of it since i do
know vb.net, c#, and o pascal...actually, i should have been 3x more likely
to have heard of it. lol.

| > msdn samples.
|
| Of course. But it looks rather poor for the testing purposes.

looks can be deceiving. and, as your link(s) provide *very* little as to
what this "interpreter" is intended to be used for, it would be hard for
anyone to provide you with code that you *would* consider less-than-poor for
testing purposes.
Nov 21 '05 #4

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Steve, you wrote many words but in reality you cannot advise nothing except
for the MSDN. In any case - thanks for your efforts.

"steve" <a@bc.com> сообщил/сообщила в новостях следующее:
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"Alexander Baranovsky" <ab@cable.netlux.org> wrote in message
news:e0**************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...

| A wrong link. Correct link is www.paxscript.net (.NET version of
| paxScript).

funny how this new/alternate link does nothing for my recollection of the
same product...even though i apparently *should* have heard of it since i do know vb.net, c#, and o pascal...actually, i should have been 3x more likely to have heard of it. lol.

| > msdn samples.
|
| Of course. But it looks rather poor for the testing purposes.

looks can be deceiving. and, as your link(s) provide *very* little as to
what this "interpreter" is intended to be used for, it would be hard for
anyone to provide you with code that you *would* consider less-than-poor for testing purposes.

Nov 21 '05 #5

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"Alexander Baranovsky" <ab@cable.netlux.org> wrote in message
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| Steve, you wrote many words but in reality you cannot advise nothing
except
| for the MSDN. In any case - thanks for your efforts.

well...no, there are lots of sources you could test. what i'm trying to say
is that i'm not sure what kinds of applications you desire to test. there
are many books available about vb.net and just about all of them have sample
applications that accompany them on disk. in addition, if you have purchased
visual studio .net, it too has a directory full of applications you could
test. "sharpdevelop" is a free .net interpreter that is open-source, so you
could download its source and see how they are coding things.
planet-source-code has sample .net applications. there are sdk's (software
development kits) available from microsoft that have sample applications as
well...

the point is, there are a miriad of places you can find application source
code that you could test. what i simply don't know is which of those is
going to best suit your needs. there are so many from which to choose.

anyway, i hope you find what you're looking for.
Nov 21 '05 #6

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