Arrays can be instantiated in RCaron by using @ as if it were a method name.
📄️ Built-In Functions
Built-In Functions that are not part of modules
📄️ Call Types
More comprehensible terminology is coming sometime in the future...
📄️ Characters Literals
Character literals in RCaron begin with @' or @" and end with the same quote. They can contain the same escape sequences as strings, except for the UTF-32 unicode escapes. They can also of course contain only a single character.
Single line comments start with //:
📄️ Conditional stuff
The if, else if, else and switch statements
📄️ Exception Handling
The throw method and try, catch and finally blocks
Function are defined using the following syntax:
📄️ Jump Statements
return, break and continue
The for, qfor, foreach, while, dowhile and loop loops
If a number has a 0x or 0X prefix it is parsed as a hexadecimal number.
Numeric, logical and boolean operators and the range operator
Pipelines in RCaron use the | operator. It is used to pipe the result of an expression on the left to the right.
📄️ Using .NET
Taking advantage of .NET with RCaron
You currently make strings using single quotes(').