So this requires a lot of extra features:
- more general identifiers as variables
- adjectival use of verbs
- extended grammar for verb endings
- and finally, adjectives
I could of course treat 遠い記憶 as a single name, but I think the idea of adjectives as part of a programming language appeals to me.
is much more elegant and concise than
What it would mean is that the adjective works as a modifying function, so
(make memory distant)
And with all those changes I will almost be able to write
Just some more grammar support and an extra nominaliser. What it becomes is rather mundane:
rather than the original code which would translate as
"I have totally forgotten how to walk"
It's a lot of trouble to go through to just to be able to turn lines from my favourite songs into code. I think it is worth it though.
> just to be able to turn lines from my favourite songs into code. I think it is worth it though.
Monumentally wonderful 🎆 🎇 !!
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