LEARN MY LANGUAGE NOW #2!
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WELCOME TO Z-LANG TUTORIAL #2

i made the #2 one but i need to make this better

So what do we need to learn today?

  • str and int
  • imports
  • inputs
  • make a calcualtor!

YAY!

let's start

Inputs

inputs are very simple in z-lang:

make name = input("What is your name? ")

Yea it's simple so that's good!

str and int

str and int are for our calculator today
like we can write:

make num = int(input("Enter a number: "))
line(str(num))

and the output will be the number that you wrote

But...

if you wrote a string, it will return an ERROR ERROR!
lol

Imports

In our calc... we should import math in this project

Why?

Because if we write this:

line(num1 + num2)

it will return the number to be like this
i mean if num1 is 5 and num2 us 1332 the number will be 51332

So...

we need to IMPORT!

like this:

download math

here we imported the math library,
or in my language it is a BAG!

so we can use this:

download math
line(num1 + plus + num2)
$or$
line(num1 + menus + num2)
$or$
line(num1 + div + num2)
$or$
line(num1 + multi + num2)

WOW!

Let's build the calc!

So i'll make my own calc, write in comments your own calc or the same!

download math
make num1 = int(input("First number: "))
make num2 = int(input("Second number: "))
make op = input("Operator: ")

if op is "+" = {
line(num1 + plus + num2)
} else if op is "-" = {
line(num1 + menus + num2)
} else if op is "/" = {
line(num1 + div + num2)
} else if op is "/" = {
line(num1 + multi + num2)
} else = {
line("INVALID OPERATOR!")
}

So that was my z-lang tutorial #2

I hope you enjoy!

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@Bookie0 hey bookie
do you have an idea for a collab?