So I'm making a language called "Night",
check it out on github and star it
and I need a logo. I'm not the best logo designer in the world, but I'm think maybe something like this:
It's really blurry since I make that in Processing and took a screenshot, but I like the general design of it. Maybe the N could be bigger as well. What are your guy's thoughts?
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I just visited the Github project, and um, I know you want this to be an individual project, but this is a recommendation on how to do the multi-word strings. I know you don't know Python much, but I have no idea what C++ is, so here is the code I used when I was attempting to make a computer language to make the string be read as one whole thing:
elif word in ['"'] and word[-2] != word: new_index = source_index indexes_passed = 0 while True: indexes_passed += 1 new_index += 1 if (len(source_code) - 1) != new_index: if source_code[new_index][len(source_code[new_index]) - 2] == '"': if indexes_passed == 1: tokens.append(['STRING', word + " " + source_code[new_index][0 : len(word) - 1]]) tokens.append(['STATEMENT_END', ';']) break else: new_indexes_passed = source_index for i in range(0, indexes_passed): new_indexes_passed += 1 #print(new_indexes_passed) word = word + " " + source_code[new_indexes_passed] #print(word) tokens.append(['STRING', word]) tokens.append(['STATEMENT_END', ';']) break
The word variable is for every word separated by a space. Again, sorry but I don't know C++. If you have any questions, cuz this is just part of the whole code, so it's hard to understand, just ask.
How is the language coming along? I see you have really gotten far with the whole thing!
@targetfanttthat oh it's going great! you helped me a lot! by thursday, I'll have variables, expressions, casts (thanks to johnstev), and a print statement all on github! I'm still learning a lot as I go along so none of what you see will be in my final language, but I still have a long ways to go. I'm planning to just work on my language for this summer
@johnstev111 umm... I kind of want to do this language by myself. like in the first couple weeks, I'm always open to contributions since I've never done this before and I'm still learning and stuff, but over time, I'd like this to become a more individual project with me just doing everything
Suggestion: what about a crescent moon 🌙 (but maybe purple or something like that) with like a sort of wavy starts around it, then a coat of black to finish for the background. You could add little specs of gold and silver on the starts and moon.
Good luck and I hope this helps! =)