Snick 1.0 / 2.0 Beta

Using this simple and efficient development language, you can gradually learn the basics of programming and start creating your own software

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What's new in Snick 2.0 Beta:

  • A new Gab function
  • A new Think module for commenting
  • Simplified math function
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Snick - Snick is a simple tool meant to function as a programming language for beginners
Snick is a lightweight piece of software designed to function as a programming language for coding novices, providing users with a safe environment in which to write and run their tools, so their can further enhance their developing capabilities.

Following a brief installation period, users can launch Snick from the optionally created desktop shortcut and begin working with it.

Being a programming languages, the utility features a command-line interface, which makes it less approachable than if it were to offer a graphical interface to ease users into learning how to handle such applications.

When first launching Snick, users can input '/help/' in order to view a list of frequently asked questions and answers. Additionally, the utility features extensive documentation, guiding users throughout the process of learning how to handle Snick properly.

Snick is different than most programming languages in that it is made up of various modules that are imported when users want to write code, enabling them to run the module in the main window, aside from being able to develop software tools.

Snick allows users to import the modules they wish to work with simply by typing the corresponding command into the main window, for instance 'import mathadd' ( a module which enables users to perform addition operations). To exit a module, users need to enter a '/' (slash) sign.

Other mathematical modules include 'mathsub' (for subtraction), 'mathmulti' (multiplication), 'mathdiv' (for division operations), 'mathsqrt' (to determine a number's square root) or 'mathpow' (which can be used to raise a number to a specified power). Other handy commands are 'time' and 'date' which enables users to find out the current hour and date, as well as the 'if' module that enables users to define 'else-if' actions.

Last updated on August 8th, 2014

Runs on: Windows All

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