[squeak-dev] One liner challenge
travisgriggs at gmail.com
Fri Mar 12 10:01:17 UTC 2010
On Mar 11, 2010, at 10:51 PM, Göran Krampe wrote:
> I know this is "cheating" but if we use my SimpleMacro package:
> ...then it is trivially written as:
> (MacroProcessor block: [:x | '(', x asUppercase, ')' ]
> between: '(' and: ')') deep: false; process:
> 'This is a (string) with some (parenthetical fields)'
> Note the "deep: false;", otherwise it will try to expand the
> expansions and goes into an infinite loop.
I don't think it's cheating at all. The whole point of such a post is
to see what techniques AND tools others use out of the box to solve
problems. And you showed a cool one. One that I wasn't that aware of.
I'm curious what other ways you use your MacroProcessor for now. I
looked at the link, but the example didn't stir my imagination that
It's no more cheating than my use of a diff engine to tokenize the
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