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Hello World

Creating a hello world program in YesNt is very sample:

cwl Hello World!

Note: cwl stands for "Console Write Line" and prints everything to the console which comes after it and appends \n to it

Printing to the console

There are two statements which can print text to the console

cw (Console Write)\

Prints everything to the console which comes after it

Example

cw Hello
cw World

Output:

HelloWorld

cwl (Console Write Line)\

Prints everything to the console which comes after it and appends \n to it

Example

cwl Hello
cwl World

Output:

Hello
World

Reading from the console

You can read either a whole line or a single char from the console using the following statements:

%cr (Console Read)\

Replaces the statement through a single character read from the console

Example

cwl %cr

Input

A

Output

A

cwl (Console Write Line)\

Replaces the statement through a whole line read from the console

Example

cwl %crl

Input

Cool Text

Output

Cool Text

Variables

Declaring/Assigning variables

You can declare/assign variables by using the < sign followed by the variable name and an equals sign

Example

<myVariable = myValue

Reading variables

You can get the value of a variable by using the > sign followed by the variable name

Example

<myVariable = myValue
cwl >myVariable

Output

myValue

Next steps

These where the bare basics of YesNt. Check out the next article to learn more.